In the far West of Zambia, the Liuwa Plains National Park is rather remote. Its 3,600km of untouched African wilderness makes it rather appealing to those wanting to really get away and experience something totally different.
In the dry months, the dry grassy plains of the park are home to hyenas, lions, cheetahs, wild dogs and even pythons. When the rains come however, the scenery changes, and an influx of thousands of wildebeest and some zebra migrate here. With blooming flowers, huge array of birdlife and many newly born wildebeest apparent only a few months later, this incredibly beautiful and diverse park is perfect for those wanting a more secluded experience, yet still full with some of Africa's finest and purest offerings.
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Keeping a warm climate throughout most of the year, the best time to travel to the Liuwa Plains National Park to experience it with no or little rain and a temperature in the early twenties (centigrade) are the months of July, August and September. Read More
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