Zambia

Home of the world famous Victoria Falls, Zambia is a hot new safari destination with pristine wilderness areas, vast open spaces and plenty of adventure activities to choose from. Zambians are renowned for their warm hospitality and are known to welcome tourists with the biggest of smiles – which is why it’s little surprise that Zambia is considered one of the safest countries in the world to visit.

For the adrenaline junkies, the town of Livingstone is an ideal base from which to explore Victoria Falls and the surrounding national parks. Enjoy action packed days of white water rafting in some of the best rapids in the world, or jump off Victoria Bridge in one of the world’s highest bungee jumps. Walk amongst the treetops of the rainforest in a newly introduced canopy tour before getting a bird’s eye view of the Falls in a helicopter – there really are activities for all levels of thrill seekers in the popular tourist town.


The game-rich South Luangwa, North Luangwa, the Kafue and the Lower Zambezi National Parks are must-sees on your itinerary, each boasting richly diverse concentrations of wildlife. Walking safaris began in Zambia, and this unique experience of walking amongst the animals with highly trained rangers is one you won’t soon forget. There is no way to be closer to the African bush!

Zambia is blessed with one of the largest water resources in Southern Africa with five lakes and mighty rivers – including the famous Zambezi. All this water means not only plentiful wildlife, but also offers a whole range of water-based activities such as sunset cruises, fly-fishing, kayaking, river surfing and houseboat safaris.

Lusaka, Zambia’s capital is well served by a number of international airlines with flights most regularly from Johannesburg. This means that access to Zambia couldn’t be easier. With affordable accommodation ranging from the rustic to the luxurious, come and experience the warm heart of Zambia for yourself.

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Livingstone

Livingstone, located on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls, is a quaint town with plenty of colonial history. Named after the famous explorer of the region, Sir David Livingstone, the town is known as the adrenaline capital of Africa. With easy access via Livingstone Airport, the town is only 6.2miles from Victoria Falls and is the hub for all waterfall-based activities. For those looking to soak up some culture, Livingstone has several museums including the Livingstone Museum and Victoria Falls Field Museum that provide fascinating insight into the area. Livingstone also provides easy access to the surrounding game-rich National Parks.

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Zungulila Bushcamp

South Luangwa

With a reputation as one of the best places to view game in the whole of Africa, the South Luangwa region in Zambia is enjoying ever-increasing popularity. The National Park lifeblood is the Luangwa River that sustains over 400 species of birds and some 60 animal species, including all of the Big Five plus lesser-spotted animals such as genets, civets, servals and hyenas. While the region is on the rise, visitor numbers are still comparatively less than better known regions in Southern Africa, so guests enjoy a sense of privacy and seclusion. With accommodation options to suit all budgets, the South Luangwa is an incredibly attractive option for the safari purist.

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Chiawa Camp

Lower Zambezi

With the enviable distinction of being home to Africa’s largest elephant herds, the Lower Zambezi National Park is Africa at its wildest and most untouched. Located 100km downstream from Victoria Falls, the Lower Zambezi National Park is adjacent to Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools so the whole area is a wildlife haven. The rainy season transforms the woodland savannah into a network of streams and grassy islands frequented by buffalo, lion, leopard, crocodile and hippo. The park is a fisherman’s paradise with excellent Tiger fishing on offer after a game drive or walking safari.

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Busanga Bush Camp

Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park is Zambia’s oldest and largest, covering some 22,400 km². Not surprisingly for a park that size, the game viewing on offer is simply incredible. Only two hours drive from the Victoria Falls town of Livingstone, Kafue offers a great sense of seclusion and privacy due to its size. The park sustains a great diversity of wildlife and birdlife and is home to one of Africa’s largest populations of the beautiful African wild dog. Anglers will enjoy the abundance of great fishing spots while bird enthusiasts will be kept busy by over 400 species. There is a range of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets, so Kafue truly has something for everyone.

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