LIUWA PLAIN NATIONAL PARK – AFRICAN PARKS
Liuwa Plain national park hosts the second-largest wildebeest migration in Africa, is a stronghold for hyaena, cheetah and lions, and is an important bird area. Liuwa Plain is the largest employer in the region and provides critical educational and health benefits to its 12,000 community members – demonstrating a unique synergy between humans and wildlife.
ABOUT THE ACCOMMODATION
5 campsites with 4 sites each. Kwale, Lyangu, Katoyana, Mukalibumbu and Sikale.
4 have flushing toilets, hot showers and camp attendants to assist with cleaning the ablutions and the sites. The ablutions have solar lights but there are no charging points or plug points.The 5th site (Sikale) has no facilities and is a wilderness campsite.
Sibika Camp 4 classic en-suite reed and thatch rooms on raised platforms (all twins). Main decked area with fully
equipped (fridge, stove, basic utensils & cookware) kitchen and braai area. Communal dining area fully equipped (fridge, stove, basic utensils & cookware) for group options.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
African Parks is a non-profit conservation organisation that takes on the complete responsibility for the rehabilitation and long-term management of national parks in partnership with governments and local communities. We currently manage 22 national parks and protected areas in 12 countries covering over 20 million hectares in: Angola, Benin, Central African Republic, Chad, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, the Republic of Congo, Rwanda, South Sudan Zambia and Zimbabwe