South Luangwa National Park
Following a morning activity and breakfast, you will make your way to Bilimungwe Camp.
Rather than transferring by car, however, you will have the unique opportunity to walk between properties. Over the course of 3-4 hours, you will traverse the South Luangwa landscape, encountering interesting animals while also learning about the more subtle aspects of the region. Your guide will point out tracks, scat, and other ways in which the local fauna leave their mark on the terrain. The walk provides an entirely new perspective while also minimizing your impact on the environment you are exploring.
You will arrive at Bilimungwe in time for lunch and this camp will be your base for the next two days. Set beneath a mahogany tree, it is hard not to feel entirely immersed in your surroundings while on property. Its shady main deck sits in front of multiple watering holes which, when paired with the nearby river, make Bilimungwe an animal paradise.
Like Chindeni, a stay at Bilimungwe supports conservation initiatives essential to the preservation of South Luangwa National Park, such as Conservation South Luangwa (CSL). This organization, alongside the Department of National Parks & Wildlife, works to mitigate human and animal conflict, while also providing both technical and logistical support to anti-poaching programs.
This afternoon, enjoy a shared safari activity and sundowner. Dinner will be served at camp.
Bilimungwe Camp Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner