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Zambia has been named as one of ‘the’ countries to visit in 2018, it is often referred to as “real Africa” and for some time played second fiddle to more well-known and famed safari destinations like Botswana, Kenya and Tanzania.

Zambia is vast and unspoilt and boasts remote wilderness areas with incredible diversity with highly defined season where animal and birdlife thrives in vast quantities.

    • Population: 16.5 million (2017)
    • Area: 752,618 km2 (38th largest country by area)
    • Capital: Lusaka

Lower Zambezi

National Park

Adjacent the Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe. Incredible game viewing typically with spectacular views of the river, floodplains, broad leafed tree canopy and the distant backdrop of the mountains of the Rift Valley escarpment to the north.

  • Canoeing the river getting up close and personal with elephants.
  • Fishing for tiger fish and bream.
  • World class game viewing.

South Luangwa

National Park

South Luangwa National Park is an extraordinarily rich habitat bordered on the east by Luangwa River. The fertile woodlands in the valley and perennial river, one of the most natural rivers left in Africa, ensure rich and diverse game and bird watching.

Although some parts of the park are open all year round, best times to visit are typically May through November.

  • Walking safaris.
  • Endemic species such as Crawshay’s zebra and Thornicroft’s Giraffe.
  • The incredible Luangwa River meandering through quintessential Africa scenery.
  • Bee eaters nesting in the river banks.
  • Hipppos and crocodiles galore.


National Park

One of Africa’s hidden gems. Home to the second biggest annual migration of wildebeest after the Serengeti/Massai mara. Remote and wild, you wont see too many others out and about.

  • Hyaenas as the apex predator.
  • Zambia’s most exclusive camp.
  • Wide open areas.
  • Day and night game drives.
  • Walking safaris.
  • Spectacular wild flower blooms in season.
  • Wildebeest migration.


National Park

Zambia’s oldest protected area and one of the largest in Africa, the northern sector in particular is remote, wild and diverse. The year round Busanga Swamps in the far north dominate giving way to papyrus wetland and seasonally accessible Busanga Plains in the dry months make a fly in safari almost the only option from May through November.

  • Wild, remote and vast.
  • Hot air ballooning over the spectacular Busanga Plains.
  • Game and bird viewing exceptional in the dry season.

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