North Luangwa National Park is a protected area located in the northern part of the Luangwa Valley in Zambia, well suited to walking safaris. The terrain includes vast plains, riverine forests, escarpments, and mountain ranges. The Mwaleshi and Luangwa rivers flow through the park, creating a network of channels and lagoons. The riverine forests, which are home to a variety of tree species such as ebony, mahogany, and sausage, are also found along the riverbanks.
The park is more remote than South Luangwa National Park, and has less facilities and camps. Wildlife viewing is primarily on foot, and there are a number of seasonal operations including Remote African Safaris.