7 Days South Luangwa Classic Safari

(USD 2,450 per person)

Overview
South Luangwa National Park is in east Zambia’s Luangwa River valley. It’s known for its abundant wildlife. Inside the Mfuwe Gate entrance, the river is often crowded with hippos. The woodland savannah is home to hundreds of bird species. Trails from the park’s lodges wander past baobab trees, herds of elephants and rare Thornicroft’s giraffes. Spotlights are used to locate the leopard population after dark.

Itinerary
Day 1
Meet and greet at Lusaka international Airport(Kenneth Kaunda international Airport). Transfer to Palmwood Lodge for overnight. Dinner and lunch at your own expence.
Day 2 – 5
Transfer from Palmwood to Marula Lodge in South Lungwa National Park with a Stop for Lunch in Chipata. This is South Luangwa where wildlife is in abundance. On the drive to camp you are likely to see your first Bushbuck, Monkey or Baboon already. You will stay for 4 nights at Marula Lodge or Croc Valley Camp in a Luxury Safari Tent. You have 2 game viewing activities (morning, afternoon or evening game drives, walking safaris) per day included. The very knowledgeable guides will bring you closer to nature during your stay. South Luangwa is well known for its Leopards and spending several nights here makes it very likely to see lions, leopards and even wild dogs. This area is great for birding too. Maybe the luck is with you and you are going to see a Pel's Fishing Owl.
Day 6.
Embark on a private road transfer from Marula Lodge to Palmwood Lodge. You will have an overnight at the Lodge. Lunch and Dinner at own expence.
Day 7
Full of great impressions and good memories from the last 6 days, you will be transfered to Lusaka airport in time of your flight.