Zambia Is Home Of The Awe-Inspiring Victoria Falls
A Zambia Safari will offer you Africa’s wildest and most beautiful national parks: the game-rich South Luangwa, the serene Lower Zambezi with its riverside lodges, and the vast floodplains of Kafue. And then there is the magnificent Victoria Falls.
The view and sound of the thundering Zambezi River in full dramatic flow over Victoria Falls will be an unforgettable experience. The Falls’ is a breathtaking sight and an unforgettable experience. Its strength and majesty has grown a thriving adventure and sport industry in the area. You can go jet boarding, bungi jumping or white water rafting. A helicopter ‘flip’ over the Falls is magical and a sundowner cruise on the river is an experience in itself. Travel with us and enjoy the Falls and Land of Elephants!
- The country’s name Zambia was taken from the name of the Zambezi River.
- Northern Zambia is brimming with enchanting and beautiful waterfalls.
- Termite hills in Zambia can often become as big as a small house.
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Passports must be valid for 6 months.
The rains in Zambia come mostly in December, January, February and March.
By April and May most of the rain has faded away, leaving a landscape that’s still green, but starting to dry out. Night-time temperatures start to drop, especially in higher and more southerly locations.
In June, July and August the nights have become much cooler, but the days are clear and warm. Make sure you bring warm clothes to wrap up as some nights get very cold!
Most of Zambia’s small ‘walking bushcamps’ open at the start of June, when the roads have dried out sufficiently to allow access. This is the start of the ‘peak season’ – with often cloudless days and continually increasing game sightings.
Into September and October the temperatures climb: the lower-lying rift valleys – Lower Zambezi, Mana Pools and Luangwa Valley – can get very hot in October. However, you’ll see some superb game as the animals concentrate around the limited water sources.
November is variable; it can be hot and dry like October, or it can see the season’s first downpours. Often it’s a very interesting month as you can see both patterns on successive days.
Enjoy The World-Renowned Walking Safaris And Game Drives Of The Legendary South Luangwa; Expect Extraordinary Wildlife Viewing And Birding In Kafue National Park; And Go On River Cruises, Canoe Trips And 4X4 Game Drives In The Lower Zambezi.
South Luangwa National Park
The concentration of game around the Luangwa River is intense and the pristine wilderness is alive with a wonderful variety of game and birds including the large predators. Explore this magnificent park bordered by striking hills and crossed by dry river beds. Bird watching is superb in the valley and towards the end of the dry season, when the river and lagoons begin to recede, hundreds of water birds can be seen wading through the shallows.
Lower Zambezi National Park
Enormous herds of elephants are often seen at Lake Kariba’s edge very often up to 100-strong. Buffalo and waterbuck are common and the park also hosts good populations of lions and leopard.
Kafue National Park
One of the largest parks in Africa, Kafue National Park has abundant birdlife that includes many species that do not occur elsewhere in Southern Africa. The park hosts more than 150 species of mammals recorded, equally diverse with regular sightings of lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and cheetah and good numbers of plains game such as zebra and wildebeest.
Balloon Safari & Champagne Breakfast
View Nature on a whole new scale and experience the world from a brand new perspective. Take a hot air balloon safari and enjoy a breathtaking view of Africa with a Champagne Breakfast on landing.