This itinerary is perfect for those wishing to combine a unique game viewing experience in Zambia’s prime South Luangwa Park, with a relaxing beach stay at the luxurious Fundu Lagoon.
Nkwali Camp, set just outside Zambia's amazing South Luangwa National Park, is a delightful small safari camp on the Luangwa River. Nkwali Camp is in prime game country, and game drives and walking safaris with the top-notch guides are hugely rewarding.
A great alternative to the standard safari and beach itinerary that is suitable for everyone: from couples on their first time to Africa and honeymooners, to experienced safari goers or families.
Africa doesn’t come much wilder than Zambia, a safari enthusiasts’ paradise, teeming with wildlife and blessed with unspoiled wilderness, waterfalls and plenty of adrenalin activities such as white water rafting, bungee jumping, abseiling or canoeing. From the game rich Luangwa Valley, to the majestic Victoria Falls, the legendary ‘land of the walking safari’ delivers a holiday for those who relish the simplicity of bush life, up-close animal encounters, and are looking for an authentic safari.
Landlocked in the heart of Africa, Zambia is the place to holiday to experience ‘the real Africa’. It comes complete with adrenaline-thrills on the Zambezi River, superb national parks, and face-to-face wildlife encounters in some of the continent’s wildest and most remote game areas.
Known as the birthplace of the ‘walking safari’, Zambia’s star attraction is South Luangwa National Park. Located at the end of the Great Rift Valley, this safari stronghold assures the very best intimate on-foot experiences for those keen to tour through the bush with award-winning guides. Stay in no-frills camps or luxurious lodges, and seek out elephants, hippos, antelopes, lions, leopards, baboons, birds, and more.
Further adventure awaits at Lower Zambezi National Park, an unspoiled wilderness with a gasp-inducing landscape. The game here is excellent; spot herds of buffaloes, watch elephants wade in the river, and enjoy sightings of large prides of lions, wild dogs, hyenas and leopards. Another reason to go the Lower Zambezi National Park is the Zambezi River, which allows you to go fishing, canoeing and enjoy river cruises.
Discovered by explorer and missionary Dr David Livingstone in 1866, Victoria Falls - known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya or ‘the smoke that thunders’ – is one of Zambia’s other attractions. To appreciate the power of the roaring fast-falling water and drench-inducing spray that spans the breadth of the Zambezi River at one point, take the so-called ‘flight of angels’ by microlight/helicopter or if you feel adventurous hop into the “Devils Pool” – a naturally formed pool right at the edge of the Falls.
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