Setting off just after 6am you can enjoy
tracking animals and learning the fundamentals
of bushcraft as you follow the course of the
meandering Luangwa River returning to
camp for a hearty breakfast.
In the afternoon you can move further afield by
open vehicle following big herds of buffalo,
zebra and antelope while after dinner a night
drive may show you a leopard on the prowl or
aardvark and porcupine.
The Zambezi National Park borders the half mile
Zambezi River where you can canoe and
explore the fertile Zambezi floodplains with
their elephant, lion and wild dog. Further west
is Kafue National Park with its great
diversity of mammal species - eighteen different
types of antelope and six types of cat in one
national park, while the nearby Busanga
Plains are home to millions of smaller
graceful antelope and tree climbing lions.
You can round off a visit to Zambia at
Victoria Falls to admire the mile wide
waterfall and perhaps try rafting or a sundowner
You can easily spend over two weeks exploring
Zambia, or combine it with a few days by
Zambia is strongly seasonal and should be
visited between May and the
end of October.
Zambia is ideal for an adventurous, yet
comfortable safari where you can enjoy walking,
open vehicle safaris, boating and canoeing. It
is perfect for a "last family holiday" with
While safaris here give you a chance to be
active, they are not strenuous and a morning
walk might cover 5 or 6 miles.
Zambia has some of Africa's best guides and some
of its finest privately owned small safari camps
and lodges. The season is from May to the end of