Zambia is perfect for those of us seeking real Africa with many remote, quality gameviewing areas where visitors are the rarer species.
The prime gameviewing is in the South Luangwa National Park, home to a huge variety of wildlife including leopard, lion, wild dog and elephant, and here there is an emphasis on walking safaris which also feature in the more remote wilderness area of the North Luangwa National Park.
In the south. In the south of the country, the Lower Zambezi National Park is one of the prettiest wildlife areas in Africa with just a few small camps and lodges set along the banks of the famous Zambezi River. A long way upstream and the Victoria Falls is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular sights in Africa.
For a rare insight into the further reaches of this game-rich country, enjoy a driving and fly-in safari between the Busanga Plains of Northern Kafue, the Bangweulu Swamps and North Luangwa National Park for some wonderful gameviewing and birdwatching encountering some unusual species in very wild areas.
Private guided safaris
A range of camps/lodges from luxurious to classic camps under the stars
There was a time when there were distinct safari seasons across Africa. But things have changed over the years and visiting outside the traditional seasons is now not only possible, but often desirable.