Walk with wildlife in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley National Park, marvel at Victoria Falls, explore the Lower Zambezi.

The jewel in Zambia’s crown is without doubt the scenic wonder of the Victoria Falls. But the country also offers fabulous game viewing without the crowds, in truly wild, game-rich national parks where the walking safari was born.

The beautiful South Luangwa National Park and the more remote North Luangwa National Park have a number of comfortable lodges and rustic safari camps clustered along the languid, hippo-filled Luangwa River. Walking safaris with an armed ranger are a specialty of the area. The Lower Zambezi National Park bordering the vast and powerful Zambezi River, is another mecca for wildlife. Intimate and stylish camps here offer guests a range of guided activities including game drives, walking safaris, river cruises, fishing and canoeing.

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Best places to go in Zambia

Called locally ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ (The Smoke that Thunders), Victoria Falls is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, and is a sight to behold.

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

South Luangwa National Park is Zambia's finest wildlife reserve and widely regarded as the birthplace of the walking safari.

South Luangwa

South Luangwa

Zambia's Lower Zambezi National Park is very rich in big game. With no access roads, safaris in this wonderful wildlife reserve are exclusive and personal.

Lower Zambezi

Lower Zambezi


Luxury accommodation in Zambia

Below are some of our preferred accommodation options in Zambia, carefully selected for their superior safari locations, service and level of comfort. Explore the highlights sections above to view more of our handpicked luxury tented camps and lodges in Zambia.

Chindeni Bushcamp

At the edge of a permanent hippo-filled oxbow lagoon, Chindeni Bushcamp is named for the magnificent hills which provide the campsite with a breathtaking backdrop.

Chongwe Safaris

One of the most reputable operators in Zambia, Chongwe Safaris owns and manages three acclaimed properties in the Lower Zambezi, the most famous being Chongwe River Camp.

Kaingo Camp

Kaingo Camp sits in the heart of prime gameviewing country - on the banks of the Luangwa River deep within the South Luangwa National Park.

Mchenja Camp

Mchenja Camp is a luxurious tented camp set on a very picturesque bend in the Luangwa River. It forms an ideal starting or end point for a walking safari throughout the pristine Zambian bush.

Mfuwe Lodge

Award-winning Mfuwe Lodge is most famous for its local elephants, who wander through the reception and lounge area when the property’s wild mango tree is in fruit.

Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma Lodge

Named after Dr Livingstone’s two most faithful friends, Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma Lodge is set beneath indigenous trees overlooking a scenic bend in the spectacular Zambezi River.

Sausage Tree Camp

Lavish Sausage Tree Camp in the Lower Zambezi National Park offers some of Zambia’s best gameviewing along with the highest standards in luxury and service.

Tafika Camp

Tafika Camp is a wonderfully authentic property set on a peaceful riverbank in a particularly game-rich sector of Zimbabwe's South Luangwa National Park.

Toka Leya Camp

Nestled on the banks of the iconic Zambezi River in the heart of Zambia’s scenic Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, Toka Leya Camp is just 12km upstream from the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls.

Zambia Overview

Why should I travel to Zambia? Apart from being the site of the magnificent Victoria Falls, Zambia also offers game-rich wildlife parks that are relatively unspoiled by mass tourism. For the more adventurous, there are walking safaris and canoeing trips along the Zambezi River.

When is the best time to see animals in Zambia? Gameviewing is best during the dry season from Jun-Oct when the animals congregate at remaining waterholes.

What is the climate like in Zambia? There are 3 distinct seasons – cool and dry from May-July (23°-25°C), hot and dry from August-October (30°-40°C), and warm and wet from November-April (28°-35°C).

What can I combine Zambia with? Zambia’s neighbours – Botswana, Malawi or Zimbabwe – which all offer amazing scenery and wildlife. Or combine with South Africa and explore picturesque Cape Town, Table Mountain and the Cape Winelands.

How to get to Zambia? There are regular flights daily from Johannesburg in South Africa to Lusaka, where you can board connecting flights to a range of safari camps. There are also regular flights from Jo’burg into Livingstone, a large town close to the Victoria Falls. It is also possible to fly to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and then transfer by road to Zambia.

Do I need a Visa for Zambia? Please call us on 1300 363 302 or visit or FAQ page

Do I need vaccinations for Zambia? Please call us on 1300 363 302 or visit or FAQ page


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Victoria Falls Packages & Excursions

Victoria Falls Packages & Excursions

Luangwa with Norman Carr Safaris

Luangwa with Norman Carr Safaris

Luangwa Valley with Robin Pope Safaris

Luangwa Valley with Robin Pope Safaris

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Luangwa Valley with Shenton Safaris

Remote Africa Safaris

Remote Africa Safaris

The Bushcamp Company

The Bushcamp Company

Lower Zambezi National Park

Lower Zambezi National Park

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