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The birthplace of the African walking safari, Zambia is a wild, unspoiled land with a wealth of natural treasures, from the wonder that is Victoria Falls to the game-rich Luangwa Valley.
A Zambia safari exposes quintessential Africa. Its national parks are enormous, remote and little visited by tourists, while the camps are small and rustic with excellent safari guides and an intimate atmosphere. Contact us now to take advantage of our special offers and book your tailor-made Zambia safari with Gane and Marshall.
Zambia is located on a vast plateau threaded by three of Africa’s largest rivers - the Zambezi, Kafue and Luangwa - ensuring a lush landscape with superb wildlife. The floodplains of the Bangweulu Swamps create a massive water-wilderness of reed islands and are home to many rare animals, including the shoebill stork and black lechwe.
The Luangwa Valley is famous for offering some of the best traditional walking and bush camping safaris in Africa. Night game drives are another highlight of the Luangwa Valley, and offer an excellent chance of seeing leopard.
The Victoria Falls divides Zambia from its neighbour Zimbabwe. Here you will have access to excellent adrenaline sports facilities (bungee jumping, white water rafting, abseiling) as well as the opportunity to relax by the shores of the great Zambezi and visit the Falls.
South Luangwa and the Lower Zambezi offer fantastic luxury safari houses that cater for families or groups of up to 8 people (min age 7). Each house has a swimming pool and comes with its own driver/guide and cook. Get in touch for further information and availability.
Contact us to discuss the many options and current offers available for your personal Zambia itinerary. Our experts will tailor-make a holiday to Zambia that meets your requirements.
ZAMBIA TRAVEL ADVICE
Zambia's dry season runs from June to October, and is peak season for Zambia safaris.
Zambia's green season runs April, May and November.
We can offer very good discounts for travel to Zambia in the green season.
A Zambia safari itinerary combines well with a visit to the shores of Lake Malawi.
A Zambian walking safari is a highlight of many visits, as are night game drives, with leopard often seen.
Excellent boating safaris are available in Kafue and the Lower Zambezi National Parks.
Regions in Zambia
Kafue National Park is the largest safari park in Zambia. It provides an exceptional wilderness experience, including excellent walking and 4x4 safaris, as well as river safaris and fishing. Wild dogs are among the rarer species found within the park.
Liuwa Plain National Park is Zambia's most remote and little-visited safari park, yet also among its among rewarding. Situated in the far west of the country, this small park offers spectacular wild dog and leopard sightings, and an almost total escape from the crowds.
The Lower Zambezi National Park centres on the northern bank of the Zambezi River, in south eastern Zambia. It is a relatively new park, with few camps but plentiful wildlife – in short, perfect safari territory. It's great for walking safaris and water-based game-viewing.
Zambia's North Luangwa National Park caters to those who want to experience Africa at its wildest. Open to only a small number of guests, the park has just a few basic bush camps offering you a chance to experience nature in isolation. Walking safaris are the primary activity, with game drives restricted in much of the park.
South Luangwa is the most famous park in Zambia and one of Africa’s finest wildlife sanctuaries. Walking and mobile safaris here are among the best in Africa. Boating safaris and canoeing are also popular and a select few lodges offer micro lighting. For a real bush experience, we suggest guests consider fly-camping.
The Victoria Falls and the nearby town of Livingstone are a hotspot for adrenaline seekers; here you can take part in a range of activities from white water rafting, bungee jumping and gorge swinging, to walking with lions. As the Zambezi continues below the Falls there are marvellous opportunities for canoeing safaris. Or you can just while away the day relaxing on the verandah of your lodge.
Example itineraries in Zambia
Zambia’s premier National Park, the South Luangwa Valley, is one of Africa’s greatest wildlife sanctuaries, famed for its pristine scenery and huge quantities of game. This 8-day safari itinerary will allow you to experience the best that the Luangwa has to offer, with an emphasis on traditional, low-impact walking safari activities.
An 8-day Zambia safari taking place on and around two of Zambia’s main rivers, the Luangwa and the Zambezi, both of which offer excellent game-viewing activities - by foot, by vehicle and by boat. The Luangwa Valley is one of the last unspoilt wilderness areas in Zambia, and, indeed, one of the finest wildlife sanctuaries in Africa.
Discover the game-rich Mfuwe area of the South Luangwa National Park, and enjoy the comforts of some of Zambia's finest safari camps in this 5-day luxury safari itinerary. Game-viewing activities include the guided safari walks for which South Luangwa is justly famous, and day and night game drives.
10-day guided safari visiting Zambia’s wildest and most remote wilderness parks, the Lower Zambezi and Liuwa Plain
Join author Fransje Van Riel and safari guide Graham Cooke on a unique walking safari in the South Luangwa Valley.
Join accomplished photographer David Rogers for a photographic workshop deep in the South Luangwan bush, on this 7-day guided photography safari!