Vast lakes and wetlands, long and life-giving rivers, breath-taking African sunsets and a rich tradition of guiding all contribute to Zambia’s immense appeal as a safari destination.
Zambia is not as high profile a safari destination as Kenya, Tanzania or South Africa, but it’s a favourite with those in the know. Packed with untamed wilderness and fascinating wildlife, minus the crowds, Zambia is the African bush at its most raw and romantic.
The countries excellent safari lodges and camps will put you fully in touch with your wild surroundings, you’ll fall asleep to the hooting of owls, the whooping of hyenas, the distant roar of lion, and the loud munching of hippo nearby.
Almost a third of Zambia’s landmass is given over to national parks and reserves however, South Luangwa National Park is the cream of the crop for sheer density of big game, it is also home of the legendary African walking safari.