• Zambia-Take a walk on the wild side


    Take a walk on the wild side


Experience nothing less than raw beauty and memorable experiences in Zambia's less frequented and world-renowned national parks. As the mighty Zambezi plunges over the Victoria Falls - home to thrilling activities and luxury lodges - it flows along the southern border of Zambia onto the Lower Zambezi. Flanked by the dramatic Zambezi escarpment, this scenic park is the complete safari package: with large concentrations of game, diversity of activities and top quality lodges. The interior boasts the unspoilt South and North Luangwa: home of the walking safari. One can expect exceptional game viewing within the varied landscape of wide open savannah, woodland and riverine environments. Specialist destinations like Luiwa Plains, Kasanka and Kafue offer unique highlights to the visitor: the second largest wildebeest migration in Africa, millions of fruit bats congregating to feed and tree-climbing lions respectively. To get the best out of each destination, it is recommended that several days be spent in one location, and if your budget allows, combining several together into one safari.


Be captivated by the power of the Victoria Falls, fondly known as the Smoke that Thunders
Experience the thrill of a canoe safari along the wildlife-rich Lower Zambezi River
Get close to animals and nature on a guided walking safari in South or North Luangwa
Combine unspoiled wilderness areas with big-game viewing and some of the best guides in Africa
Witness the seasonal migration of bats in Kasanka and wildebeest in Luiwa Plains National Parks
See large herds of buffalo and lechwe preyed on by predators on the wild Busanga Plains of Kafue

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