The extreme isolation and wilderness nature of Zambia’s Liuwa Plain National Park have always been major factors in its appeal – but these features have also made the logistics of visiting very challenging. With the construction of King Lewanika Lodge in the heart of the Liuwa Plains, the park’s first permanent safari camp, this situation has changed.
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King Lewanika Lodge was opened in May 2017 as the only permanent camp in Liuwa Plain National Park, the site of the second largest wildebeest migration in Africa. It has six villas, including a two bedroomed family villas which were constructed with steel, canvas and thatch. Activities include day and night game drives, boating, walking safaris and guided nature walks. The villas are raised to allow guests to take in views of the expansive flood plains. In April, guests can catch a sighting of the Kuamboka ceremony of the Lozi people. King Lewanika is open from October to July.