North Luangwa National Park
North Luangwa National Park is a national park in Eastern Zambia, a short flight away from South Luangwa National Park. It has until 2005 been the domain of a limited number of safari operators who hold a government concession. Since 2005, day visitors are allowed.
Flora and fauna
Charter flights operate from Mfuwe (at the entrance to South Luangwa) to the Mwaleshi airstrip. The flight takes about 45 minutes.
The bush camps and one lodge are self-suffient, operating their own airstrips, safaris, accommodation and meals.
Known for its bush walking, photographic safaris, you will see on foot:
There are no shops or restaurants. The local people trade in handcrafts.
The lodges provide visitors with all meals. Other visitors will have to be self-sufficient.