Project Description

Walking Safari 781x300NW

South Luangwa Walking Safari


Dates: May, June & Nov 2017
Nights: 7
Group Size: min 2 (Single supplement available)
Low Season: USD 

*Subject to availability, please enquire for SADC rates


Dates: July & Oct 2017
Nights: 7
Group Size: min 2 (Single supplement available)
Shoulder Season rates: please enquire 
*Subject to availability, please enquire for SADC rates


Dates: Aug & Sept 2017
Nights: 7
Group Size: min 2 (Single supplement available)
High Season rates:  please enquire

*Subject to availability, please enquire for SADC rates


  • 3 night’s Tafika Lodge
  • 4 night’s Chikoko Walking Trail Camps
  • Excellent opportunity to view Leopard
  • Camps are located on the Luangwa River
  • Walk from camp to camp


Enjoy 1 week in South Luangwa on a mobile and walking Safari. This safari will get you into some really remote and private areas of South Luangwa which may only be enjoyed on foot. Walking distance are not extreme and only require a moderate level of fitness. The safari gets your sense back in tune with how nature intended them to be as you walk along the well worn animal trails, this gets your excitement and awareness levels right up whilst experiencing wild animals on foot.

Accommodation is authentic, simple and comfortable with the walking camps being made purely from natural materials, some of the camps chalets have been elevated in tree tops and others located under beautiful Ebony tree’s over looking watering holes. Service is excellent with staff attending to your every need from delicious meals and snacks to the organisation of dinners under the stars.

Luangwa is also known as the valley of the Leopards (Panthera pardus),  these cunning, solitary creatures can often be seen lazing on the branches of large trees on the edge of the Luangwa River.  Luangwa is extremely wild  and known for it’s abundance of wildlife with over 100 different species of mammal including Elephant, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard and Wild Dog. Unique to the Luangwa valley is a sub-species of Giraffe called  Thornicroft giraffe with quite a unique skin pattern, Cookson’s Wildebeest is also an endemic to the Luangwa Valley and a sub-species of the more common Blue Wildebeest.



Please enquire for availability



  • Full board accommodation,
  • Bar (including house wines),
  • Laundry
  • National Park fees
  • Road transfers Mfuwe to Lodge
  • Game viewing activities
  • Single supplements apply
  • Emergency evacuation


  • Air charters to Mfuwe Airstrip
  • Additional accommodation at Mfuwe lodge (subject to arrival time)
  • Special group rates for four passengers also available.
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Medical & travel insurance
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