Visitors to the South Luangwa always comment on the variety and beautiful nature of our landscapes and habitats. It is a truly stunning park. Not only does the vegetation and landscape change rapidly as you travel along the river, there is variation depending on the distance from the permanent water of the Luangwa.

This variety is wonderful for our experience in the bush, but also makes for stunning photographic opportunities. We can decide to spend time in the forest areas, or target the high-prey densities in the dambos and floodplains, or try our luck with inland species such as hartebeest in the park’s grassy interior. Very few destinations can offer game species throughout such a range of backdrops.

In celebration of the “Luangwa Canvas” — against which we take beautiful photos and share wonderful experiences — I have put together a selection of images showing some of its diversity.