Robin Pope Walking Safaris
Robin Pope Walking Safaris offer the complete wilderness experience exploring the Zambian South Luangwa National Park. The first two nights are spent at Nkwali; then the party drives up-country to the remote northern area of the park, which is the starting point for the five day walking safari.
The route follows the Mupamadzi River, covering approximately 6 miles per day. This is a wilderness area; the habitats and terrain varied and the game is shy and not accustomed to man. You will hear and see many aspects of the bush often missed by vehicle based excursions, from ants to buffalo, finding a bird's nest or tracking a lion. You will learn the many different facets of the African bush.
The mobile camp is fully serviced and well equipped, the walk in safari tents are extremely comfortable with full bedding. The shower is under a tree and there are long drop toilets with wooden seats. Meals are of a high standard and are served out in the open. The last few nights are spent at Tena Tena, completing this wonderful Zambian Robin Pope Walking Safari.