Remote and wild, Liuwa is the rarely visited site of Africa’s second largest wildebeest migration. In November, you can encounter massive herds of the animals moving between the park’s various pans in search of water and grazing, accompanied by herds of zebra, as well as tsessebe and lechwe antelope.
The hyena is the king of the predators at Liuwa and you can see clans of up to 50. Cheetah and wild dog are also encountered. While the park’s declining lion population was documented in The Last Lioness, the reintroduction of new blood has seen the first cubs born at Liuwa for over a decade.