33 Reasons why you should visit South Luangwa National Park

30 September 2016
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Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. This 9,050 square kilometre park is centred around the Luangwa River and is home to some of Africa’s largest concentrations of wildlife.

South Luangwa National Park has over 60 different animals species and over 400 different birds species.

The walking safari was made famous in the this park and it is still a captivating way to explore the landscape. Here are 33 reasons why you should visit South Luangwa National Park.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

cute #baby #vervetmonkey #nkwali #robinpopesafaris #southluangwanationalpark #zambia

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#onamission #warthog #nkwali #southluangwanationalpark #zambia #robinpopesafaris

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#gonefishing #saddlebilledstork #southluangwanationalpark #nsefucamp #zambia #robinpopesafaris

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#hippo in the #luangwariver #southluangwanationalpark #robinpopesafaris #nsefucamp #zambia

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flying away #saddlebilledstork #southluangwanationalpark #nsefucamp #robinpopesafaris #zambia

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La baruffa #zambia #giraffe #fights #travelphotography #safari #southluangwanationalpark

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#puku #pukumale relaxing in #southluangwanationalpark #southluangwa #tenatenacamp #zambia #robinpopesafaris

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#goliathheron #southluangwanationalpark #southluangwa #nkwali #robinpopesafaris #zambia

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#yellowbilledstork #southluangwa #southluangwanationalpark #tenatenacamp #robinpopesafaris #zambia

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young #zebra #tenatenacamp #robinpopesafaris #southluangwanationalpark #southluangwa #zambia

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magical #saddlebilledstork #southluangwanationalpark #robinpopesafaris #nsefu #nsefucamp

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