Discover endless wildlife viewing opportunities on safaris in Zambia
If you love exploring the wildest corners of Africa, then a Zambia safari is for you. The country has some of the largest (and least visited) national parks supporting rich concentrations of elephant, wild dog and leopard. The great Kafue and Luangwa rivers breathe life into the central parts of the country, while the lazy Zambezi River flows along the southern border with Zimbabwe, and plunges into the Victoria Falls near the town of Livingstone. Zambia is famous for its incredible walking safaris, particularly in the South and North Luangwa national parks, where you can truly disappear into the wilderness, connect with nature and definitely disconnect from the world of e-mail, at least for a little while.
South Luangwa National Park
Explore the abundant African bush on a South Luangwa safari. On a South Luangwa National Park safari, you will have plenty of opportunities to marvel at various wild animals. Get close to giraffes, elephants, hippos, and crocodiles, just to name a few. In terms of comfort, you may choose a classical safari lodge or an adventurous bush camping. You may even go for the luxurious, riverside lodging. South Luangwa is also most popular for walking safaris. Whatever your choice, a South Luangwa National Park Zambia safari will surely capture the amazing essence of Africa!
Lower Zambezi National Park
Revel in astounding nature and wildlife with Lower Zambezi safaris. If you’re interested in a safari in Zambia, then you should know that Lower Zambezi National Park is amongst the most remote and wild parks in the country. Even though it’s not as diverse and big as other parks, the beauty of its wilderness will definitely catch your eye. The Zambezi river attracts a wide range of animals and birds. Expect to see hippos, monkeys, zebras, herds of elephants, and even black eagles. Book a safari here today and get ready to be mesmerized by this park’s untouched beauty!
Explore abundant wildlife on a Kafue National Park safari holiday.
Covering a large area in western Zambia, Kafue National Park is known for its abundant wildlife. It’s also one of the oldest national parks in the country. If encounters with rare animals are what you seek, then this is the place for you. On a Kafue safari vacation, you will be able to see antelopes such as the sitatunga and roan. How about spotting leopards on a night drive? Kafue is one of the best places in Africa for that! Reserve a Kafue National Park safari and become the happiest wildlife lover in the world!
Marvel at the African scenery on a Victoria Falls safari. Prepare for a dynamic adventure to remember! Visit Victoria Falls, this must-see, totally iconic destination. With such wide range of activities to choose from, a Victoria Falls safari simply can’t disappoint. Go on a sunset boat cruise by the nearest river or revel in the whirlpool at the base of the falls. We bet the picturesque landscape and beautiful wildlife will be enough to amaze you. Check the Victoria Falls safari packages below and book the one that suits you most!
Liuwa Plains National Park
The phrase ‘best kept secret’ is often bandied around when it comes to Africa, but boy does Liuwa Plain deserve the title. Located in the far west of the country, it was once a royal hunting ground for the Barotse King and home of the Lozi people. Today, it’s not unusual to see fishermen gliding down the river or kids playing the shallows, which only adds to the magic of this enchanting wilderness. As for game, the park hosts the second largest wildebeest migration on the continent, an extraordinary concentration of hyena (and other predators) and an even more astonishing variety of birdlife. The journey to get here may be long with an even longer list of transport, but it’s worth every second.
Luambe National Park
If there’s one thing guaranteed to make us happy on safari, it’s a mind-boggling slice of raw, untamed wilderness and the absence of any tourist-toting minibuses. If that sounds like your kind of thing then it’s time to pay a visit to Luambe National Park. Situated between the North and South Luangwa parks in Zambia, the pint-sized beauty has always remained pretty much off the radar but with the help of a little private investment in recent years, Luambe is ready to have its moment. And with pods of splashing hippo numbering over 500, spectacular numbers of raptors and the return of the big cats, what a moment it’s going to be.