Mobile Walking Safaris
You will be accompanied by a guide as you walk from one overnight camp to another deep in the heart of the park, along the river banks, exploring areas where there are no roads so you are unlikely to see anything but wildlife. . This park is one of the best known for these types of safaris.

Birding Safari
There is a vast array of birds in the park. A birding safari is usually accompanied by an ornithologist or an expert birding guide.  Bird lovers appreciate the  time to listen to bird song, twitters, and calls, while still enjoying the opportunity of seeing large game.

Boat Safaris
The South Luangwa River offers a spectacle of wildlife to view safely from the comfort of your boat.   The Luangwa River is best navigated in the rainy season when it is fuller. The scenery is lush and verdant and hippos and crocodiles are everywhere.

Kawaza Village
Just outside of the Park is Kawaza village, home to the Kunda tribe. Here you will be able to experience the culture of the local people as well as the opportunity to stay in a simple African thatched hut. The village was the winner of the prestigious British Guild of Travel Writers’ Silver Otter Award for the “Best Overseas Tourism Project.”

Game Drives
Morning drives usually start before sunrise, allowing you to take in the best of the morning game-viewing. The afternoon drives often continue after dark to try and spot some of the Park’s night-time inhabitants.

Night Drives
This is an opportunity to enjoy the nocturnal creatures of the Park long after the sun has set.

Walking Trips
You will have the opportunity to enjoy the African bush on foot, usually for a few hours at a time. A guide will accompany you and make sure of your safety during your excursion.

Photographic Safaris
There is no better way to get your best wildlife shots than out on a photographic safari.