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Situated on the eastern bank of the Luangwa it lies in the heart of the Luangwa valley between Lukusuzi, North and South Luangwa national parks, Luambe is one of Zambia’s smallest national parks.

The park was declared in 1938 and is therefore one of the oldest conservation areas in Zambia.

Luambe National Park:

What to See:

The wildlife found in Luambe is similar to that of the greater Luangwa ecosystem and includes all the typical large herbivores, carnivores as well as some less well-known species.

Notable bird species include: Where to stay:
  • Luambe Camp – an exclusive and luxurious camp

There are over 200 species of bird in Luambe and elephant populations as well as those of lion and leopard are said to be on the increase – so it’s well worth visiting now before everyone else catches on!