Remembering Lady Liuwa, the ‘Last Lioness’ of Liuwa Plain

It has been confirmed by African Parks that the legendary lioness fondly known as ‘Lady Liuwa’, who lived in Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia, has died of natural causes on August 9th, 2017, just one-day before World Lion Day. African Parks, a conservation NGO which manages national parks and protected areas across Africa, …

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Celebrate Robin Pope’s 30th Anniversary in Liuwa Plains

Situated in a remote section of Western Zambia, Liuwa Plains is a land of rolling grasslands, abundant birdlife and the annual wildebeest migration to the area. The area is seldom visited by tourists due to its relative inaccessibility. Dramatic storms can often be seen rising up over the horizon, creating …

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New Luxury Camp to be Built in Liuwa Plain

African Parks, a conservation non-profit, and Norman Carr Safaris are proud to announce details of the investment in, and construction of, a luxury camp in Liuwa Plain National Park, Zambia. Mambeti is being funded by Africans Parks donors with the design and construction being implemented by the award-winning Norman Carr …

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Lovely Liuwa Plains with Norman Carr and People and Places

Towards the end of April I was lucky enough to be invited by Dave Wilson of Norman Carr Safaris on their inaugural trip into Liuwa Plain National Park for a four night safari at the recently upgraded Matamanene Camp. What an incredible experience this was, and something that I will …

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Norman Carr Safaris Opens Operations in Liuwa

We are thrilled to announce that as of May 2015 we will offer safaris in Liuwa Plain National Park, Zambia. We are giving the existing camp, Matamanene a soft facelift and will be operating 4 and 5 night set departure safaris guided by veteran Norman Carr Safaris‘ guides; this will …

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On the Road with Zambia Tourism VI: Liuwa Plains

With our trip into it’s final week, we made our way south-west towards Liuwa Plains. Some locals we had got talking to in Mayukuyuku Camp back in Kafue had told us the trip would take us 4 hours or so. After the last month or so in Zambia, 4 hours …

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In love with Liuwa Plains

Liuwa Plains National Park is a park in Barotseland in Western Zambia that is distinct from the rest of the country and holds allure for wildlife afficianodos from the world on account of its diversity and extraordinary landscapes.  Liuwa has been described as akin to the Okavango Delta and for …

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