Liuwa National Park covers an area of 3660 square kilometers. The Park was founded in 1972 in the Western Province of Zambia.
Liuwa Park is run by African Parks (Zambia) since 2003 under an agreement with the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) and the local people.
Liuwa National Park was originally used as a royal hunting ground by the King of Barotseland in the early 1880s and was protected by the Lozi people.
Game drives are advisable for game viewing in this vast wilderness if you were to enjoy wildlife in the natural and uncommercialised state of Liuwa Plains.
Liuwa National Park is also home to over 330 bird species. The Park has spectacular views and offers enormous photographic safaris.
A Camp At LiuwaThe Park offers visitors accommodation at any one of the following four community camp sites:
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Chaminuka Lodge offers luxurious accommodation, spectacular views over Lake Chitoka where you can behold the most glorious sunsets of Africa.
Thorntree River Lodge offers excellent game viewing opportunities and adventure activities. The lodge is located inside the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park.