Project Description

The Liuwa Plains wildebeest migration in Zambia is one of Africa’s great natural phenomena. It’s second in enormity only to the Masai Mara–Serengeti trek, and yet it’s hardly known. Each year, 45,000 wildebeest seek fresh grazing in the remote, sublime Liuwa Plains. Viewing these vast herds on the move during a Zambia safari is an unforgettable sight.

Price : K6,500pp (ride along)
Price : K3,500pp. (Self Drive)
Travel Dates: 15th October to 31st November

Duration : 05 days
Type of Safari : Mobile Camping

Includes

  • Return Transfers from Lusaka (ride along)
  • 4 nights accommodation (Camping)
  • All Meals | Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner | while in Liuwa
  • Bottled drinking Water
  • Game Guide in Lead vehicle

Excludes:

  • Park Fees + Camping Fees

Minimum 4 Pax

ITINERARY

Day 01 – Lusaka – Liuwa (Lyangu Campsite)
Very early morning departure from Lusaka to Kalabo African Park gate where we’ll meet other clients on Self drive. Is situated with access to the western area of the park and still a relatively short drive from the park boundary. It is on the edge of a large plain and throughout different times of the year, hyenas, lechwes and wildebeests are seen in this area with birdlife at the pans being splendid. Lyangu has five sites, and an ablution block with flushable toilets and cold showers.

Meal Plan: – Dinner

Day 02 & 03 – Liuwa N.P – Mukalabumbu
After breakfast take a leisurely game drive to Mukalabumbu Campsite where we’ll have Lunch. This is a new campsite located in a beautiful woodland on the northern part of the park 15Km before Sikale campsite . Wildebeests move to that area in September in preparation to calve in October. It is close to Miyanda pools, which has good birding; palm nut vultures are seen there frequently. In seasons when the park floods, it’s usually accessible from late July onwards. It has five sites, and an ablution block with flushable toilets and hot showers.

Meal Plan: Breakfast | Lunch | Supper

Day 04 – Liuwa N.P. – Katoyana Camp
Depart Mukalabumbu after breakfast taking a scenic game drive to Katoyana Camp.This is a campground that is located near the centre of the Park and allows access to the woodlands, pans and plains in the eastern area of the park. There are hyena dens nearby and the bird life can be lovely both in the shaded areas of the campsite, as well as in the pans nearby. Katoyana is also located in the area where lion and cheetah sightings are frequent. The campsite has five sites, and an ablution block with flushable toilets and hot showers.

Day 05 – Lusaka
• Depart Liuwa early morning for Lusaka
• Arrive Lusaka evening

Animal sightings are not guaranteed as their location changes from year to year depending on rains, fire, food supply and numerous other factors.