User Reviews – North Luangwa NP
Very poor destination for a self travler. Needed a guide in the park. Felt like a military excursion with a armed guard in my vehicle. Not pleasant at all. If you visit Zambia, give North LUangwa a definite skip.
A great park with shy animals, little infrastructe and very few tourists. The most remote national park with pure wilderness feeling. 4WD absolutely necessary.
Luangwa was a great area. We saw lots of elephant and buffalo, and a river bed view that hosted lots of game at night. It was much warmer than the Kafue at the time we were there, but was still very pleasant. Great area for photo safaris, bird watching, or wildlife painting.
We enjoyed our stay in North Luangwa very much. We only stayed for two nights, but with the help of our great guides from Delia Camp, we tracked down a lion pride, elephants and two leopards on a single nightdrive.
North Luangwa seems undiscovered by mass tourism, but already features nice camps with friendly and helpful staff.
I´ll come back for sure!
Email Egil | 20-35 years of age
Very similar to South Luangwa, lacking giraffe, but more cookson's wildebeests and liechtenstein's hartebeest. The park offers a real remote feeling, and most camps based along the stunning mwaleshi river. The animal densities seem a bit lower, but that might be due to the lack of roads, and the main activities being walking safaris on which not as much ground is covered.
35-50 years of age
Very remote Area, few tourists.Good for lions and leopard and buffalo.
Email bymy141 | 50-65 years of age
Africa as Livingstone must have found it.
Email Andrew W | 35-50 years of age
This is a wild and exciting place which feels remote from the rest of the world.