Zambia is a friendly and peaceful destination, that offers superb wildlife and cultural encounters.
A Zambian safari ideally showcases this magnificent country, which is landlocked in south-central Africa, and boasts a population of approximately 12 million. It is one of the least traveled and most rewarding wilderness destinations in Africa.

There is much to learn about Zambia; it is situated mainly on a vast plateau 3000m above sea level, and boasts the Zambezi, Kafue and Luangwa rivers – as well as one of the largest waterfalls in the world, the Victoria Falls, which it shares with neighboring Zimbabwe. Most of the country has a mild, pleasant climate, while the river valleys are hotter and more humid; the extreme north becomes tropical on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, one of Zambia’s ten large lakes. While Lusaka is the country’s capital, Livingstone, just ten kilometers from the Falls, is more well known to travelers as the “adventure capital” offering adrenalin-packed activities on and around the Falls and the Zambezi River.

When it comes to wildlife, a Zambian safari offers impressive diversity as well as large concentrations and numbers, and some of the wildest and most remote game areas on the continent. A number of superb lodges and safari options are available and using either air charters or a combination of air and road it is possible to build an itinerary in the most rewarding areas at a relaxed and leisurely pace.

It was in Zambia that the concept of walking safaris originated as the best way of enjoying the rich flora and fauna of the country’s 19 national parks. Birdlife is particularly prolific and “specials” draw birders from all over the world. Add to this numerous adrenalin activities on the Zambezi River, such as river rafting, bungee jumping, abseiling and canoeing, and a Zambian safari qualifies as an all-round excellent vacation. You can see more than a thousand black lechwe on the floodplains of Bangeweulu, catch some of the biggest tiger fish in Africa within sight of a large elephant herd on the Lower Zambezi, fly over the mighty Victoria Falls in spate, or view leopard on a kill in the South Luangwa.


SOUTH LUANGWA & LOWER ZAMBEZI SAFARI – 6 NIGHTS

Discover Zambia’s iconic South Luangwa National Park and Lower Zambezi National Park situated adjacent to the Zambezi River. Explore the bush on foot and enjoy an unrivalled wildlife experience in one of the last unspoiled wilderness regions of Africa.

  • DAYS 1 & 2 – BILIMUNGWE BUSHCAMP
    Arrive Lusaka and transfer by light aircraft charter flight to Mfuwe. Met upon arrival and transferred to Bilimungwe Bushcamp. Enjoy gamedrives and guided walks.
    Bilimumgwe Bushcamp,B, L, D.
  • DAYS 3 & 4 – ZUNGULILA BUSHCAMP
    Depart Bilimungwe Bushcamp on foot along the river to Zunguilila Bushcamp. Game viewing is enjoyed mostly on foot as well as in open vehicles on day and night drives.
    Zungulila Bushcamp, B, L, D.
  • DAYS 5 & 6 – CHIAWA CAMP
    Transfer by road with game drive en route to Mfuwe Lodge and board a light aircraft transfer (via Lusaka) to Chiawa Camp situated on the banks of the Zambezi River in the Lower Zambezi National Park. Activities include game drives, walks, boating, canoeing and fishing.
    Chiawa Camp, B, L, D.
  • DAY 7 – LUSAKA
    After breakfast transfer by light aircraft charter flight to Lusaka Airport for your onward flight.

LAND COST FROM:

  • $5225 per person / $645 single supplement
    Apr & May 2017
  • $5695 per person / $695 single supplement
    June 2017
  • $6995 per person / $1695 single supplement
    Jul, Aug, & Sept 2017
  • $6375 per person / $155 single supplement
    Oct 2017

DEPARTURES: Available on request.
*International airfares are available upon request


SOUTH LUANGWA & LOWER ZAMBEZI SAFARI – 8 NIGHTS

  • DAYS 1 & 2 – BILIMUNGWE BUSHCAMP
    Arrive Lusaka and transfer by light aircraft charter flight to Mfuwe. Met upon arrival and transferred to Bilimungwe Bushcamp. Enjoy game drives and guided walks.
    Bilimumgwe Bushcamp,B, L, D.
  • DAYS 3 & 4 – KAPAMBA BUSHCAMP
    Depart Bilimungwe Bushcamp on foot and journey to Kapamba Bushcamp which is surrounded by some of the most diverse wildlife. Game viewing is enjoyed mostly on foot as well as in open vehicles on day and night drives.
    Kapamba Bushcamp, B, L, D.
  • DAYS 5 & 6 – ZUNGULILA BUSHCAMP
    Depart Bilimungwe Bushcamp on foot along the river to Zunguilila Bushcamp. Game viewing is enjoyed on foot as well as in open vehicles on day and night drives.
    Zungulila Bushcamp, B, L, D.
  • DAYS 7 & 8 – CHIAWA CAMP
    Transfer by road with game drive en route to Mfuwe Lodge and board a light aircraft transfer (via Lusaka) to Chiawa Camp situated on the banks of the Zambezi River in the Lower Zambezi National Park. Activities include game drives, walks, boating, canoeing and fishing.
    Chiawa Camp, B, L, D.
  • DAY 9 – LUSAKA
    After breakfast transfer by light aircraft charter flight to Lusaka Airport for your onward flight.

LAND COST FROM:

  • $6150 per person / $970 single supplement
    Apr &  May 2017
  • $6955 per person / $1045 single supplement
    June 2017
  • $8555 per person / $2105 single supplement
    Jul, Aug, & Sept 2017
  • $7625 per person / $1915 single supplement
    Oct 2017

DEPARTURES: Available on request.
*International airfares are available upon request