South Luangwa National Park

Map of South Luangwa National Park and Mfuwe area

This map shows the main central area of South Luangwa National Park, in eastern Zambia; the key feature being the Luangwa River which flows from north-east to south-west, and is the park’s boundary for most of this distance.
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To the bottom of the map is the main tar road coming in from Mfuwe airport and town to the east, and some of the main safari camps in that area. Then towards the middle-right, you’ll note the Nsefu Sector of the park, which extends over to the south-west side of the Luangwa River – when the rest of South Luangwa is on the northwest side of the river.

Alternatively, click through to our Google map of South Luangwa National Park, which includes quite precise links to show the best safari camps and lodges, which are all plotted precisely on the satellite photograph.

This map of South Luangwa National Park is an original. It has been commissioned by and drawn up for Expert Africa. It is our copyright (2013). It must not be copied or reproduced without our written permission. If you wish to use it, please contact us. We generally look favourably on requests for educational or charity use, provided that clear acknowledgements and credits are given.
To deter unauthorised use, the map has been digitally watermarked and can be traced.