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Luambe National Park itself is comparatively small (about 35-38,000 hectares), but has a varied and beautiful landscape, and a large number of game and species diversity due to its year-round water-holding lagoons.  Luambe is cradled on the banks of the Luangwa River in the Luangwa Valley, between the North and South Luangwa National Parks.

Its riverside location also provides ringside seats to the elephant that come down to drink, and in October, to hundreds of hippos splashing around in the water.  The only lodge in Luambe is Luangwa Wilderness lodge, which offers a full range of activities.

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