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South Luangwa & Surrounds
The South Luangwa National Park is one of the best in Africa and is home to a wide range of animals, birds and vegetation. The park has an area of 9050km2. The Luangwa River which is the most undamaged major river system on the Continent, stretches across the National Park and along it there is a high concentration of game. Walking safaris have become famous in Zambia over time and their origin can be traced to this park about 60 years ago. They are believed to have been started by Norman Carr who is widely respected in the tourism industry in Zambia.

It is believed that there are about 60 different animal species and 400 different species of birds. Buffalos are among the most seen animals in the park. Others include, giraffes, hippos (it is estimated that at least 50 hippos per kilometre are present along the Luangwa River.) Zebras are a familiar sight too and are seen running in small herds of about 10. The zebras found in Zambia are different from those in the south and east Africa and the difference lies in the spacing of stripes. The ones in Zambia are evenly spaced. The South Luangwa National Park is also home to Thornicroft�s giraffe, 14 species of antelope, hyenas, lions, tiger and plenty of elephants, leopards, servals, and crocodiles to mention but a few.
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Bilimungwe Bush Camp
Bilimungwe is a cosy camp offering an authentic safari experience in the knowledgeable hands of an award-winning guide. The heart of camp is the rustic lounge area set beneath a huge winterthorn tree and looking out over a shady waterhole
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Bridge Camp
Bridge Camp is ideally placed for travelers as a stop-over point between Malawi, South Luangwa National Park and Lusaka,Victoria Falls.
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Chamilandu Bush Camp
A breathtaking camp on one of the South Luangwa's prime river locations, perfect for a bird's-eye view of the wildlife that the river and its lagoons attract. You don't even need to leave your bed to see the wildlife
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Chikoko Tree Camp
Chikoko Tree Camp is one of two small and exclusive bush camps in South Luangwa, which together form Chikoko Trails. These camps are only accessible on foot and offer a unique bush experience. They are ideal for clients who are keen to get away from the restrictions and inactivity of game drives. The experience of being on foot in these isolated and natural surroundings cannot be beaten.
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Chikoko Tree Camp
Chikoko Tree Camp is a small and exclusive bush camps which forms part of the Chikoko Trails offering the only true walking safari in South Luangwa.
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Chimfule Safari Lodge
Chimfule Safari Lodge is a privately owned and operated safari game lodge and is situated adjacent to the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia, just 4 kilometers from Mfuwe International Airport.
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Chindeni Bush Camp
A sublime tented camp on the edge of a permanent lagoon with the Chindeni Hills providing a truly breathtaking backdrop. In an enviable location on the edge of a lagoon where hippo chortle and elephant wallow, stands Chindeni'� undoubtedly one of the most
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Chinzombo Camp
Opened June 2013
The old Chinzombo Camp was for years the green season base for Norman Carr way back in the 1970s. We are thrilled to be giving this unique place a new lease of life.
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Croc Valley Camp
The exceptional location of Croc Valley Camp makes it a regular host to elephants, giraffe, buffalo, hippos, monkeys, antelope and crocodiles.. Birdlife can also be viewed in abundance with exceptional sightings of many of the
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Crocodile River Camp
As with all of the Remote Africa safari camps, the standard of guiding and simple approach to safari accommodation is what sets this camp apart from virtually everywhere else.
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