Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park is rumored to be home to Africa’s first walking safaris. In that tradition, Kalamu Walking Trail explores the diverse environs of the Luangwa River in the Luamfwa Concession in the park’s southern region. The wilderness that adventurers trek during this safari is devoid of roads and vehicles, and each night is spent at remote camps along the river’s banks.
This four-day (three-night) safari commences at Kalamu Lagoon and proceeds to explore the pristine northern banks of the Luangwa River. Departing from Kalamu Lagoon Camp, guests spend the next two nights at Chinengwe Riverbed Camp and Kalamu Star-bed Camp. The nourishing waters of the Luangwa create an environment that supports an impressive diversity and concentration of wildlife, and venturing into this wilderness on foot promises once-in-a-lifetime animal encounters.