Zambia has a fast-growing tourism industry due to numerous attractions that are unique in the country. Topping our list is the magnificent Victoria Falls. The largest waterfall in the world has a stunning beauty, which delivers a surreal sight of its raging waters, showers, and rainbows. It’s a dream destination for many people, which is also one of the prime attractions in Zambia. The country also has classic safaris that offer exceptional wildlife viewing. Kafue National Park, South Luangwa National Park, and Lower Zambezi National Park are some of the most popular destinations that numerous tourists choose to explore in combination with Victoria Falls. Wildlife thrives in these parks where you can encounter animals like elephants, hippos, buffalos, zebras, lions, leopards and hyenas. Sights of rhinos are rare anywhere in Africa, but you can see them in North Luangwa and Mosi-oa-Tunya.
When To Go
WILDLIFE VIEWING : May - October
PEAK SEASON : May - September
LOW SEASON : November - April
VICTORIA FALLS: June - September
MFUWE SECTOR: All year round
Zambia TOURS & SAFARIS
The luangwa valley, which marks the end of the great rift valley, is one of the last unspoiled wilderness areas and possibly the finest wildlife sanctuary in Africa. This park, scenically bordered by an impressive escarpment, has excellent game that can be viewed from either the river or by land. Quietly drifting quietly past a huge elephant feeding is a great experience.day
This classic, very popular, self-drive safari takes you through premium African wilderness areas, almost guaranteeing unparalleled wildlife encounters. Start with luxury lodging next to the Vic Falls in Zambia, on to camping in the heart of the African wilderness. Round your trip off on a private island in the spectacular Okavango Delta, Botswana. We will meet you and deliver your fully equipped 4x4 at Livingstone, Zambia or in Maun, Botswana depending on your flight preferences. Africa awaits.
See the magnificent Victoria Falls from both the Zambian and the Zimbabwean sides and walk across the bridge linking these two countries. Cross by ferry to Botswana to visit the Chobe National Park for superior game viewing. Enjoy the Big Five in South Africa's famous Kruger National Park. Detour en route to Johannesburg Airport to take in the splendor of the Panorama Route and end off with Cape Town, visiting beaches, mountains, Robben Island, Table Mountain, the Peninsula and the Winelands.