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Liuwa Plain National Park, Zambia


Liuwa Plain National Park is situated in the western reaches of Zambia and has the distinction of having one of the longest established conservation histories in Africa.

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Liuwa Plain National Park

Liuwa Plain National Park is situated in the western reaches of Zambia and has the distinction of having one of the longest established conservation histories throughout the continent. In the late 1800s Lubosi Lewanika, the erstwhile king of Barotseland, declared his tribe the custodians of what is now protected as a reserve. Today, this pristine hinterland is home to a decidedly unique ecosystem that thrives on the sustainable interaction of man with nature. This is in no small part thanks to African Parks who stepped in to manage the park in 2003 and has since put stringent measures in place to curb rampant poaching by collaborating with local communities.

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