4 days, 3 nights

Untouched wilderness, this national park on the western border of Zambia is a photographers dream and home to the second largest wildebeest migration in Africa as well as rare bird species.  It is often called the Serengeti of Zambia.

Day  1

Liuwa Plains, Zambia    4 days, 3 nights    $4,999.

From Lusaka fly into the Kalabo airstrip and drive 2.5 hours to secluded King Lewanika Lodge. Stay in on of only 6 villas tucked into Lion Boma Woodland.  Join experienced local guides to see wildebeest, red lechwe and some of the largest clans of Hyena anywhere in the world. 

Day 2-3

Rise early to go on either a walk or drive to find the Lady Liuwa lion pride or go in search of the endangered wild dogs and cheetahs. Return for a lovely brunch and relax until late afternoon tea where you will prepare for your sundowner and night drive with the all of the national park to yourselves.   

Day 4

Enjoy the bush breakfast and prepare for your drive to the Kalabo airstrip and flight back to Lusaka.