Best Sustainable African Safari Parks
Liuwa Plains (Zambia)
A unique ecosystem where people and the wildlife live together, Liuwa Plains is one of the oldest conservation histories in Africa, dating back to 19th century. Managed by African Parks in partnership with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife and BRE, it is now one of the continent’s most important grassland ecosystems.
In 2008, reintroductions of lions were done to reunite the last lioness and thus leading to the new life which grew to 10 lions. With an effective law enforcement, poaching is now demolished and carnivore populations are on the rise with significant numbers of cheetah, lions, hyenas, wildebeests, tsessebes and others been recorded.