Liuwa Wildebeest Experience

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Availability : November
Lusaka
Liuwa Plains
Min Age : 15
Tour Details

Liuwa Plain National Park is situated in the Upper Zambezi flood plains of Western Zambia. The park covers an area of 3,600km2 of vast grasslands and wooded islands, and the plain from which the park takes its name is 70km long and 30km wide. The park plays a vital role in the Zambezi’s catchment and is flooded from late December to June each year.

Liuwa also forms part of a remarkable annual wildebeest migration route. Herds cover 200km from an area to the northwest of the park in June to concentrate in the southern region of the park by November. In addition to significant wildebeest and Burchell’s zebra family groups, Liuwa is home to tsessebe, oribi, Southern reedbuck, lion, spotted hyena and cheetah. Rarer species including wild dog and leopard have occasionally been seen.

Departure & Return Location

Price Includes

  • 3 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • All meals
  • Daily Game Drives

Price Excludes

  • National Park Fees
  • Items of personal nature
  • Drinks
Itinerary

Day 1Depart Lusaka

Early departure for an 8hr scenic Drive from Lusaka to Mongu for overnight at Country Lodge or similar. 

Day 2 and 3Exploring Liuwa Plains

2 nights stay at Sibika Camp approx 3 hrs drive from Mongu. Sibika has fully furnished and ensuite chalets. 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. We’ll have 2 full day drives to view these vast herds on the move which is an unforgettable sight.

Day 4The Journey Back to Lusaka

Its the end of the tour and we take the long journey back to the capital city – Lusaka.

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