A natural jewel of Africa! Located in the Luangwa River rift valley, the remote Luambe National Park in Zambia lies between the North Luangwa National Park and the South Luangwa National Park, and is rich in biodiversity. The region has Zambezian and Mopane woodland savannahs, which are perfectly suited to the hot and dry conditions at the bottom of the valley. Dense trees punctuate the grasslands at certain areas and more than 200 mammal species and 400 bird species live in this natural paradise. You can spot buffaloes, elephants, hippopotami, vervet monkeys, giraffes, elands, leopard, lions and many other animals here.