This spectacular safari through Zambia offers the unique opportunity to enjoy remote areas into Zambia’s three stunning premier parks and observing excellent game.
All the parks present a totally different bioma; the lagoons and riverine woodland of the South Luangwa National Park, the escarpment and water experience of the Lower Zambezi National Park, the miombo woodlands and vast open plains of the North Kafue National Park.
Zambia is the perfect destination for those who search an undisturbed pristine wildlife experience where the game is rich and the landscapes breathtaking.
Zambia is famous for offering the best walking safaris in the continent, all the guides are well prepared and knowledgeable, and the experience of walking through totally untrodden areas and seeing the big game from foot is extraordinary.
The unspoiled South Luangwa National Park is one of the natural jewels off beaten tracks of Zambia, and home to one of the most varied collections of wildlife on the planet.
The park is focused on Luangwa River and represents a paradise for birdwatchers, over 450 species are to be found in the park, and the wildlife includes elephants, buffalos, hippos, giraffes, lions and leopards: the South Luangwa National Park is one of the best places in Africa to see the elusive leopard in fact the density of leopards here is among the highest in the world.
South Luangwa is also the birthplace of the walking safari, the most exciting way to explore the park’s pristine wilderness.
The spectacular Lower Zambezi National Park surrounded by pristine wilderness, lies between the rugged and dramatic Zambezi escarpment and the wide and spectacular Zambezi River.
The adjacent Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools Reserve offers, together with the Lower Zambezi National Park, a giant expanse of protected wilderness, and boasts breathtaking vistas of the Zambezi River, as well as lush riverine surrounds.
The Lower Zambezi National Park is not only a heaven thanks to abundant wildlife but it also offers dramatic landscapes with many channels, lagoons, sandbanks and islands open up to open plains, woodlands and bush.
The Zambezi River is navigable year-round and represents an irresistible attraction for boating and canoeing; it is not uncommon to see enormous herds of elephants along the riverbanks, as well as leopards, buffalos and lions.
The Kafue National Park is Zambia’s oldest park and one of the largest national parks in the world, it offers some unrivalled game viewing safari, completely alone!!
The Kafue National Park is the ultimate destination for those looking for off the beaten track unique Zambia itineraries.
The Busanga Plains in the far North of Kafue are known as one of Zambia’s jewels, the vast mosaic of grassy seasonal floodplains extending to the horizon and it is possible to discover the area on game drives as well as boating.
The best moment to enjoy the Busunga Plains is at the sunrise when the rising mist gradually reveals masses of lechwe and puku antelopes dotted across the floodplain.
Kafue is home to the famous tree climbing lions and also the cheetah that is a rare sighting in Zambia.
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