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Zambia is a beautiful country located in southern Africa that is known for its stunning natural attractions and diverse wildlife.

The country is home to several national parks, including South Luangwa, Kafue, and Lower Zambezi, which offer visitors the opportunity to see a wide variety of animals, including elephant, lion, leopard, and hippo.

One of Zambia’s most famous attractions is Victoria Falls, which is located on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. This awe-inspiring waterfall is one of the largest in the world and is a must-see destination for anyone visiting the region.

Often dubbed the “Real Africa” Zambia offers an immersive touch the wild experience, in one of Africa’s last pristine wildernesses.

Unspoilt and uncrowded Zambia won’t disappoint when it comes to delivering the essential ingredients of an exceptional safari – spectacular landscapes, superb guiding, an abundance of wildlife, and a host of activities

With 20 national parks and 34 Game Management Areas (GMA) you are spoilt for choice.  Whether a relaxing getaway or an action-packed adventure there is an itinerary for all.

Zambia has some of the best-trained and most passionate guides in Africa; exceptional guides offer extraordinary safari experiences.

A plethora of experiences await you; game drives traverse through one of the many parks Zambia has to offer, walking safaris an on the ground immersed in nature experience, sleepout under the diamond-studded African night sky, photographic hides offer dynamic photo opportunities, cultural interaction may include visits to a local village.  fishing, canoeing, white water rafting, boating, and horse riding the list and possibilities are endless.

Camps are generally small and owner-operated; hence the emphasis is on providing an authentic safari experience.  There is an accommodation type to suit everyone.  Compared to other wildlife-rich safari destinations, Zambia is still attractively priced

Fed by three great river systems, the Zambezi River, the Luangwa River, and the Kafue River which, in turn, are themselves boarded by three massive lakes, Lake Tanganyika, Lake Kariba, and Lake Bangweulu

Kasanka National Park’s bat migration is the largest mammal migration on Earth. During November and December, eight million bats arrive to feed on the fruit of the forest trees.

Numbering approximately 30 000 animals Luiwa Plain annual wildebeest migration is said to be the second largest in Africa.

Offers easy access to the sandy beaches of Lake Malawi, “the lake of stars”, for those seeking a beach and bush experience.