4WD-5, Episode-10

Africa’s Friendliest Country. Zambia Expedition 2015. Part-5.


South Luangwa National park

“South Luangwa National Park and its surroundings is one of the most beautiful and enchanting wildlife sanctuaries I have ever visited.”

The expedition begins on the wild campsite in the Luangwa River floodplain and moves to two camps in the area: Flatdogs is a luxury lodge, and Croc Vally Camp, a less formal camp and lodge. Both are set overlooking the Luangwa River, which at the moment is mostly dry. Game Abounds. Andrew and Kate go game viewing on their own, followed by a session with professional guides at night. The game viewing is spectacular.

This is part-5 of an expedition undertaken to find out if Zambia is indeed what it claims – ‘Africa’s Friendliest Country‘. And also to find out if, with minimal equipment and a stock four-wheel drive pickup, an exciting and ambitious African bush safari can be completed safely and in comfort.


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