Project Description

There is so much more than meets the eye when it comes to Zambia. Generally known for the grandeur that is the powerful Victoria Falls, its safari opportunities are most definitely not just a mere add on. With a great combination of wildlife, water and open spaces, this picturesque country deserves to be visited.

In addition to its tropical climate, Zambia has the largest water resources available in the whole of Southern Africa, thanks to its five enormous lakes and various rivers which run through it. This allows for the country to offer its visitors a vast amount of water activities including canoeing safaris along the great Zambezi, excellent tiger and fly fishing in Lake Kariba, first class white water rafting and kayaking through the gorges at the bottom of the mighty Victoria Falls. If a relaxing holiday is what you are looking for, rent a house boat and enjoy the spectacular sunsets on offer in the comfort of your very own floating haven.

Northern and Southern Luangwa are amongst the most well-known and finest national parks in Zambia. The concentration of game around the Luangwa River and its ox bow lagoons is one of the most intense in Africa. The park hosts a wide variety of wildlife, birds and vegetation. The now famous ‘walking safari’ originated in this park and is still one of the finest ways to experience this pristine wilderness offerings first hand. Most of the parks suggest a night drive to their guests as this affords them the opportunity to take in a broader range of animals, from the amusing porcupine to the ever-elusive leopard. The changing seasons add to the park’s richness ranging from dry, bare bushveld in the winter to a lush green wonderland in the summer months.

Zambia boasts a strong indigenous Buntu cultural heritage infused with the strong European influence brought over by the countries colonizers. Urbanization has allowed for the continuous integration and evolution of the various cultures, ultimately producing what is now referred to as ‘Zambian Culture’: a mixture of the past and present.

Additional Info
Blog – Top 10 Reasons to visit Zambia

Kafue National Park
Oldest and largest park, in the west of the country, runs along Kafue River

Lower Zambezi National Park
Surrounded by mountains, in absolute wilderness state

North & South Luangwa
Is said to be one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world

Livingstone & Victoria Falls
A trip to Livingstone Island and Devils Pool is unique to Zambian side

Kafue National Park
Busanga Bush Camp
Shumba Camp

Lower Zambezi National Park
Chiawa Camp
Chongwe River Camp
Old Mondoro Lodge
Sausage Tree Camp

North & South Luangwa
Kafunta River Lodge
Kaingo Camp
Kapamba Camp
Nsefu Lodge
Puku Ridge Camp
Tena Tena Lodge

Livingstone & Victoria Falls
Sussi & Chuma Lodge
The Royal Livingstone Hotel
The River Club
Thorntree River Lodge
Toka Leya Camp
Tongabezi Lodge & Sindabezi

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