South Luangwa National Park
A magical valley, steeped in history and soul, full of animals big and small. Ebony groves and shady mahogany trees line the banks of the Luangwa River that snakes though the valley on its journey to the Zambezi in the distant South West. Plains large and small, oxbow lagoons, grazing Puku and Impala. Elephant splashing in muddy pools, baboon and vervet scampering across dry sandy rivers, leopard by day and night, lion calling in the early dawn, porcupine and bush-babies and a glimpse of a Genet or Scops owlet on a night-drive. The valley has a heart and soul that is un-matched anywhere else in Africa.