This itinerary is the ultimate walking safari experience in Zambia. While other destinations offer bush walks, the South Luangwa National Park is the birthplace of the walking safari, with Norman Carr making real marks in the safari industry. You’ll spend a few days walking in the South Luangwa National Park, before flying to the remote North Luangwa National Park after. In the Lower Zambezi, water activities like canoeing, boating, and fishing, are great additions to traditional game drives and bush walks. For those adventurous travelers who want to go back to the basics of true safari, Zambia is the place. This itinerary takes you on a wildlife adventure to three amazing safari destinations – the Chobe National Park, Savute, and the Okavango Delta.
Lavish Sausage Tree Camp in the Lower Zambezi National Park offers some of Zambia’s best gameviewing along with the highest standards in luxury and service. South Luangwa National Park is Zambia’s finest wildlife reserve and widely regarded as the birthplace of the walking safari. Join us on a thrilling and exhilarating 9 days Zambian safari to see some of the best wildlife and breathtaking African scenery the Luangwa Valley has to offer. Zambia safari tours starts with a night in Nkwali, then the group drives to the north of the park and walks for five days along the Mupamadzi River, covering around 10 kilometers per day.
A Combination of a few days on safari in Malawi’s only Big 5 Reserve, where each drive is an adventure; with a few more on the beautiful shores of Lake Malawi. This 7-day Botswana itinerary begins with a three-night tour of Chobe National Park and then another three nights in Okavango Delta, with Game Drive Safaris, mokoro cruises, boating, and village tours. The Likumbi Lya Mize of the Luvale people is a cultural experience in the centre of Zambian traditional masquerade. This trip is mainly lodging in National Park and Cities .To make the most of your trip, you will be accompanied by a local guides.
Wildlife Guide for Zimbabwe and Zambia Use this guide for your Zambia or Zimbabwe safari planning. Look up the wildlife you most want to see and find a description of where their populations are most concentrated across Zambia and Zimbabwe safari destinations. Celebrate your nuptials with a once in a lifetime getaway to Africa. Start your 14-day honeymoon at Victoria Falls, enjoying strolls across Victoria Falls Bridge and sunset cruises on the Zambezi River, with the majestic waterfall as your backdrop. Then it’s off to Kruger National Park, Southern Africa’s most popular Big 5 destination, where you’ll enjoy a classic safari experience from the lap of luxury. Your last few days will be spent on the idyllic golden shores of the Seychelles, experiencing barefoot luxury at its finest.
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Chamilandu Bushcamp Enjoy spectacular wildlife viewing overlooking a river and active lagoon at this safari camp in South Luangwa National Park in Zambia. Only three stilted chalets are offered at this exclusive camp designed with understated elegance and tucked beneath the ebony trees that overlook the Luangwa River. The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa is on the Zambezi River, in close proximity to Victoria Falls. The lodge offers a variety of activities including tours to the falls, fishing and viewing animals. Their 77 rooms offer a comfortable and convenient setting for you during your tour.
Award-winning Chinzombo Camp is set on 60 private, pristine acres with prime views over the Luangwa River whose banks teem with all manner of game. Less frequented than Zimbabwe, many travellers prefer to see the falls from the Zambian side and some claim the views are even more spectacular. It shelters extraordinary natural beauty and is one of the most pristine and unspoiled wildlife havens on the continent. Needs to review the security of your connection before proceeding. For most guests, South Luangwa National Park is by far the most effective park to visit in the valley.
Victoria Falls Tour Package – Zambia Safari Adventure
Zambia is a destination of immense beauty and opportunity—soul food for all who arrive with an open heart. September Warm temperatures are taking over the southern hemisphere which makes an optimal safari experience in Namibia. Any of our wildlife adventures are also available as fully customizable private trips, honeymoons or family wildlife adventures.
Zambia – Ultimate Wildlife 10-Day Safari
Discover romance and adventure in Zambia’s most pristine wildlife parks. Enjoy remote wildlife safaris in the Lower Zambezi and South Luangwa National Park, then finish your trip at a luxury beach villa on the breathtaking Lake Malawi. In South Luangwa National Park and Mana Pools, experience the thrill of safari by vehicle, boat, and on foot, then finish at a beautiful boutique hotel in Victoria Falls. This Zambia Safari Adventure package gives you the ultimate experience of Zambia wilderness.
This brief summary gives you a glimpse into the hospitable people and culture you will encounter. Victoria Falls – Sharing a border with Zimbabwe, these impressive record-holding waterfalls are considered the most beautiful in the world, and are home to the renowned “Devil’s Pool” on the very edge of the falls. Toka Leya Twelve tented rooms along the Zambezi River, just a few kilometers from the famous Victoria Falls, make up the Toka Leya Camp. Enjoy the stylish African decor of the climate controlled, en-suite tents. The camps common areas are comprised of a dining room, lounge, bar, several decks, and an infinity pool, all of which overlook the mighty Zambezi. Tell us your travel plans and preferences and we will connect you with the best Trip Planner to help find the best trip match for you!
We have a range of tour options ranging from 2 to 5 days long, travelling through some of the most incredible landscapes and witnessing some of the best wildlife that Africa has to offer in Malawi and Zambia. Large concentrations of wildlife, active adventure, and exclusivity define a Zambia safari. It is the last of the great old-school African safari experiences, successfully combining comfort and service with terrific game viewing in varied and beautiful landscapes.