The Land of the Walking Safari

Home of the Victoria Falls, the wild Zambezi, wide open spaces rich in wildlife, breath-taking lakes, wetlands, waterfalls and raw wilderness, this is pure Africa. Zambia has the largest water resources in the whole of Southern Africa and plentiful rivers offering excellent water-based adventure activities and fishing. Zambia also has some of the best, and largest, national parks in Africa including Kafue, Lower Zambezi and North and South Luangwa. Wildlife in the savannah, ebony groves and around the oxbow lagoons is abundant and varied. Walking safaris in Zambia are legendary.



Highlights: Victoria Falls, North & South Luangwa, Kafue National Park, Chimfunshi Chimpanzee Orphanage,

Suggested routes: Livingstone, Lake Kariba, Lusaka, South Luangwa National Park, North Luangwa National Park.

Flying time from UK/Europe: 12 hours (via Johannesburg)

Time zone: GMT +2 hours

Languages: English plus Bemba and Nyanja Tonga.

Visas: Not required for UK and EU passport holders.



PDF-iconIn Zambia, mother nature is queen.  From the thundering cascades of Victoria Falls to the untouched bush of the National Parks, the country is a tribute to the diversity of the natural world and a wildlife lover’s dream.  Mr. and Mrs. P. from Northumberland wanted to spend a week visiting two bush camps in Zambia and this is the holiday we suggested for them…

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