A Luangwa without the crowds
Luambe offers a remote safari in a National Park that is being restored through conservation.
The Lindsey et al. report of 2014 found Luambe National Park has the highest potential large mammal biomass per square kilometre of all Zambian National Parks! That means Luambe National Park should have the highest volume of large mammals for its size in Zambia. Tragically, the 2014 report found the park only had a staggering 5% of its wildlife potential due to poaching and a lack of resources.
Luambe Camp & Conservation was formed to change this and over the last 6 years, has quietly been achieving amazing results. Visiting Luambe is both a remote and private Luangwa safari and gives guests the chance to see and participate in various conservation activities being done on the ground.
There is more to Africa than ‘tourist-trap’ safaris! Why not join in protecting the wildlife at Luambe?
The key points of visiting Luambe at a glance:
Luangwa River Location
Our 4 en-suite safari tents overlook the Luangwa River and are large and spacious. Hot showers, great beds and homestyle dining ensure all the necessary comforts have been provided.
Unique Safari Activities
Your safari activities with Luambe can be tailored to your interest! If you would prefer a more traditional safari, we still offer the more traditional program but we do love to have our guests get involved in conservation work when possible.
Exclusive & Remote
Being a small and intimate bushcamp, we have the opportunity to focus on our guests and we also encourage guests to take things slowly and enjoy the different activities and experiences on offer in Luambe.
What will you do when you visit Luambe Camp & Conservation?
See how you’ll spend your time when you visit Luambe Camp & Conservation:
Search for key mammals
All our key mammal sightings are special to us and our safari activities are an important source of data for the conservation team.
Experience something unique
Our popular sleep-outs, night hide visits and outdoor dining options bring something new and unique to your visit.
Experiece the human dynamic of the project from understanding wildlife conflict with the neighbouring villages to learning the art of anti-poaching.