Welcome to Flatdogs Camp
The South Luangwa National Park is one of the last great wildlife wonders of the world. It is nine thousand square kilometers (3,475 square miles) of pristine wilderness in Zambia‘s Eastern Province. The South Luangwa has been visited by wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world since its creation as a National Park in 1972. The Luangwa offers a safari experience unmatched by any other destination, allowing year round access, open game viewing vehicles, walking safaris and night game drives. However, due to the remoteness of the Park and the difficulties of operating so far from anywhere, the cost of a safari has been prohibitive to many people. Flatdogs Camp is now here and the Luangwa Valley and all of its magic is open to everyone!
Our safari guides are of the highest standard, having passed the challenging South Luangwa Guide Exam, and they are ready to show you the incredible diversity of Zambian mammals, both large and small, as well as our trees, birds, insects, tracks, spoor and even fish if you ask them to!! Jess has twenty years of tour operating experience (jeepers – is it that long?!) and is more than happy to help you put together an itinerary that won’t cost you an arm and a leg and will be more fun than you can shake a stick at! Flatdogs Camp is designed for kids of all ages and the only thing we take seriously is your enjoyment…
‘My wife and I have travelled to Kenya, South Africa and India on safari holidays before this trip and have stayed in all sorts of different lodges. Flatdogs stands head and shoulders above the rest.’
—Chris Fifield-Smith, UK
‘Above all, the stand out feature of this place is the staff, who without exception were kind, friendly, charming and would go out of their way to personalise your stay, meet your needs and generally ensure you had an amazing time.’
—Lizzie B, Uganda
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For a spectacular 6-night photographic safari in the Luangwa – led by a specialist guide – and several other tailor-made trips, visit our special packages page.