Liuwa Plain National Park is in western Zambia and covers a vast floodplain that was once home to the Litunga, or king, of the Lozi people. The top walking safari option is with Time+Tide.
The terrain of Liuwa Plain is characterized by a vast expanse of grasslands, punctuated by seasonal wetlands and wooded islands. During the rainy season, the park transforms to become a shallow lake, attracting thousands of water birds and other wildlife species.
Liuwa Plain is habitat for a wide variety of wildlife species, including the second-largest wildebeest migration in Africa, which occurs during the rainy season from November to May. The park is also home to large numbers of zebras, as well as antelopes such as red lechwes and tsessebes. Other wildlife species found in the park include hyenas, jackals, and a variety of smaller carnivores and herbivores.