Situated in the Northern Province of Zambia in the Mpika district is the awe-inspiring Lavushi Manda National Park. This beautiful stretch of wild African bush covers a surface area of 1 500km² / 932mi² and gets its name from the magnificent range of rocky hills in the area.

Declared a national park more recently in 1972, Lavushi Manda is recovering from decades of severe poaching and hunting but already a wide range of wildlife can be spotted including rare sable and roan antelope, alongside warthog, jackal, duiker, rock rabbit (hyrax or dassie) and so much more.

Marked as an important bird area, a total of 270 species have already been identified, and it’s believed that this list will increase with time.

Accommodation options are mostly limited to campsites but these provide you with an in-depth African experience as well as a comfortable and affordable stay.

Please note that ‘Rates From’ could be fully inclusive (may include activities such as game drives and walking trails for example) on some listings and not on others. Contact the establishment you are interested in for specific rates.