North Luangwa National Park and South Luangwa National Park are two of Zambia’s most renowned and important protected areas, known for their stunning natural beauty and diverse wildlife populations. These parks are situated in the eastern part of Zambia and are a part of the southern African country’s efforts to conserve its rich biodiversity. South Luangwa National Park is located in the eastern region of Zambia, with the Luangwa River running through it. It is home to a variety of animals, including elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo, and numerous species of antelope. The park is also renowned for its high population of leopards. North Luangwa National Park is situated to the north of its more famous counterpart, South Luangwa National Park. The park features rugged terrain, river valleys, and miombo woodlands. It is a remote and less-visited park compared to South Luangwa. Due to its relative isolation, North Luangwa offers a more intimate and exclusive safari experience, with fewer visitors.