The natural beauty and vast landscapes of Zambia lend themselves perfectly to adventures and excursions for your safari of a lifetime. Choosing Zambia as your vacation destination ensures you experience an authentic African wilderness trip.
Discover Zambia’s waterways and wildlife when venturing to this part of the world. From the cascading waters of the Victoria Falls to the meandering Kafue River and the predator populations of South Luangwa National Park, your Zambia holiday will be filled with endless adventures.
Discover Zambia when setting foot in one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world, South Luangwa National Park. The valley in South Luangwa boasts a wide variety of interesting vegetation with the landscape dotted by trees such as mopane, leadwood, winterthorn, ivory palm, marula, tamarind and baobab. A Zambia wildlife safari in this wilderness will bring sightings galore of leopard, lion, elephant, wild dog, bushbuck and puku as well as more than 400 different birds, including black-headed herons, crowned cranes, bee-eaters and ground hornbills.
Enhance your Zambia vacation with a visit to Kafue National Park, one of the country’s oldest and largest wildlife areas. Covering more than 22 000 square kilometres, Kafue offers intimate animal encounters and wildlife experiences. The Kafue River is a vital life source, drawing great herds of elephants and buffalo, with sightings of a variety of predator species guaranteed. Bird enthusiasts will have a field day in Kafue, with more than 500 species present.
Include some time in the border town of Livingstone when planning your Zambia safari. Situated a mere 10 kilometres from the spectacular Victoria Falls, an excursion to Livingstone will satisfy historical, cultural and archaeological curiosity. It is also home to the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, a small but vibrant park along the banks of the Zambezi River. The wildlife park includes tall riverine forest with palm trees, miombo woodland and grassland with plenty of birds, and animals including Angolan giraffe, Burchell’s zebra and a variety of antelope.