A project that’s getting results
Join the Luambe Conservation Project as it expands into its exciting new phase
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.
The Luambe Conservation Project was formed to change this and over the last 6 years, has quietly been achieving amazing results. But NOW we are inviting guests to join the project as it expands into its exciting new phase!
What will you do when you visit the Luambe Conservation Project?
See how you’ll spend your time when you visit the Luambe Conservation Project
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: