Liuwa Plains National Park is one of the oldest African’s Conservation areas, although it was only proclaimed a national park around 1972. If you have been to Masai Mara and Serengeti for the annual wildebeest migration well then you have this great opportunity to experience the second world largest wildebeest migration best for photography by taking a picture without another game vehicle or rather someone getting in the way at a wrong time. Its time to consider Liuwa Plains National Park for a more intimate Wildlife Photographic Experience.
Liuwa Plain a Must-Go Destination with some of the activities like Game Drives, Walking Safaris, Seasonal Canoe safaris, Scenic Helicopter Flips and Sleep out under the stars, and there is only one permanent lodge King Lewanika by Time & Tide.
This park is being managed by African Parks with the help of The Department of National Park and wildlife. African Parks opened a number of community Camping site where clients can camp and the conversation fees goes to support the community.
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