This remote park, once almost forgotten and certainly heavily poached, now offers a superb wilderness experience. It is 4640 sq. km and has one main honey pot - the Mwaleshi River. The valley is not so wide here and the camps are near the escarpment.
The game in the area includes the rare Cookson's wildebeest and the occasional eland. The lion along the Mwaleshi River are known for their confidence and walking safaris can get great views.
The North Luangwa remains remote, under- utilized and a true gem in Zambia's collection of parks. It is simply unspoilt!
Small owner run camp in the incredibly remote setting. The remoteness of Mwaleshi camp is enhanced by the lack of roads. Game viewing is primarily on foot and it is also possible to do a drive and walking day trip to the Mwaleshi Falls.
Zambian Dawn Safaris is an owner run operation of mobile safaris in the remote North Luangwa. A great way to explore this exclusive Big Five Park accompanied by a seasoned safari guide. The safaris are operated between a bush camp and a fly camp.
Una’s Camp is a seasonal bush camp set on a stunning location on the banks of the Mwaleshi River and the mobile tented fly camp is set up on sites along the Luangwa River in the south of the Park. Game viewing is predominantly by walking safaris with very limited game drives.