Zambia is the perfect destination to slow down and fully immerse yourself into this wild land, it is one of our favourite destinations to enjoy a photographic safari.
Luxury accommodations and skilled guides for upstanding game drives and walking safaris, make Zambia a top safari destination and when the sun set, enjoy a sundowner drink amid the bush and discover the magic of a night game drive in search of nocturnal wildlife as you return to the camp.
Dinner under the stars by the campfire is another magic experience that will always remain an unforgettable moment.
This trip winds through three wild and diverse national parks; at the end of the safari it is possible to extend the journey on a private island in Madagascar or in Mozambique.
The Liuwa Plain National Park is a remote and pristine wilderness area, it is home to Africa’s second biggest wildebeests migration, dramatic landscapes and upstanding birdwatching; a drive safari in this area is a dream for every wildlife enthusiast.
The golden hue of the plain is the perfect backdrop for the photographers who find in the Liuwa Plain National Park a real paradise.
The Liuwa Plain is unspoiled and exclusive with a rich natural heritage and a large range of wildlife species: vast herds of blue wildebeests, prides of lions, African wild dogs and huge clans of up to 50 hyenas.
The birdlife is abundant especially from January to May when the annual floods turn plains into a heaven for migratory birds: a perfect setting for incredible photographic opportunities.
The Lower Zambezi National Park is an extraordinary photographic destination, its beauty lying in its wilderness state; it’s flanked by the Escarpment on the Northern end and the mighty Zambezi River to the South.
The Lower Zambezi National Park is an upstanding wilderness; the Zambezi waters create a heaven for wildlife and birdlife, the Zambezi River’s edge is overhung with a thick riverine forest, including ebony and fig trees while the inland is a floodplain fringed with mopane forests.
The Park lies opposite the famous Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe, so the whole area on both sides of the Zambezi River is a massive wildlife sanctuary.
The Lower Zambezi National Park boasts diverse landscapes and abundant wildlife, game viewing on Zambezi channels are spectaculars.
The park is well-renowned for enormous herds of elephants, good populations of predators like lions, leopards and especially endangered wild dogs, in the park are found also buffalos, waterbucks and large pods of hippos.
The South Luangwa National Park is a Zambia’s premier wildlife destination, known as Valley of the Leopard due to the high concentration of this elegant animal.
South Luangwa is one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world, the concentration of animals around the Luangwa River, and its lagoons, is among the highest in Africa.
The Park hosts a wide variety of wildlife, birds and vegetation; there are 60 different animal species that make game drives and walking safaris, great experiences.
Walking safari is an authentic South Luangwa experience and is still one of the finest ways to experience Africa’s pristine wilderness
Birdwatching is great with about 400 species of birds recorded in the Park, including 39 birds of prey and 47 migrant species, from September to November it is possible to admire the famed carmine bee-eaters.
Among the more common trees in the valley are the mopane, the leadwood, the winter thorn, the tall vegetable ivory palm, the marula and the magnificent tamarind tree; there are also some magnificent baobab specimens and a large ebony forest to admire.