Liuwa Plain National Park only sees a handful of visitors each year - it's one of Africa's true wilderness areas. The only camp in the park at the moment (although this will change in the spring of 2017) is a a researchers' camp, Matamanene Camp. This basic camp has good infrastructure, and has, sometimes, been adapted for use by visitors on a temporary basis.
Our view of Matamanene Camp
Matamanene is a simple and isolated research camp with few bells and whistles, but the draw of Liuwa Plain has always been the vast emptiness, the unique feeling of isolation, and the stunning birdlife. Matamanene offers an opportunity to visit this wonderful national park in 2016. At the end of 2016 the camp will revert back to a researchers camp. Then trips will instead visit King Lewanika Lodge, a new permanent camp being constructed in the park, due for opening in early 2017.
Matamanene Camp: Traveller ratings
Matamanene Camp is situated in the heart of the Liuwa National Park.