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Safari In Zambia and Victoria Falls
Duration: 8 Nights / 9 Days
Location: Safari in Zambia & Victoria Falls
Price: from £4,320 pp
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Safari in Zambia and Victoria Falls Highlights

  • Enjoy an exciting mixture of walking safaris, day and night game drives and sundowners on the river’s edge.
  • Safari from remote rustic bush camps situated in areas of outstanding beauty.
  • See the dramatic Victoria Falls.
  • The wilderness is fascinating and game sightings are astounding.

Safari In Zambia and Victoria Falls

Safari in Zambia and Victoria Falls package of 8 Nights combines an exhilarating experience in Zambia’s famous South Luangwa National Park with the jewel Park of Lower Zambezi.  Combine this with your final destination at Victoria Falls, where the earth splits open and swallows one of Africa’s greatest rivers, the mighty Zambezi, creating the largest sheet of falling water on earth.

A truly exceptional African experience.


  • Diversity & abundance on a Safari in Zambia and Victoria Falls

    Enjoy Game viewing by open 4X4 vehicles each morning and afternoon and exciting night drives in the park offering a diverse safari experience both on safari and while in camp.The areas visited are untouched and beautifully wild. 

    At Victoria Falls, the earth splits open and swallows one of Africa’s greatest rivers, the mighty Zambezi, creating the largest sheet of falling water on earth. Victoria Falls is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a natural world wonder.



    Flight Lusaka to Mfuwe Airport.
    3 nights All Inclusive at Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp – South Luangwa
    Flight Mfuwe to Lower Zambezi
    3 nights All Inclusive at Amanzi Tented Camp – Lower Zambezi
    Flight from Lower Zambezi to Livingstone Airport
    2 nights Bed and Breakfast at Anantara Avani Victoria Falls Resort
    Depart from Livingstone Airport, Zambia

  • Explore South Luangwa National Park

    South Luangwa is possibly Africa’s greatest walking destination with the famous walking safaris originating here. The Park is all about exploring the bush on foot accompanied by professional guides. Puku Ridge Camp is built on a hillside, providing stunning vistas of the floodplain and the wildlife that frequents it.
    Activities include day & night drives and guided walking
  • Abundant wildlife

    The Luangwa Valley’s main predators are lion, leopard, spotted hyena and the wild dog. Of these, lion are probably the most common, and their large prides are often easily spotted. Elephant and buffalo occur in herds hundreds strong.

    Named the Valley of the Leopard, South Luangwa is famous for its leopards.  The incredibly diverse landscapes range from dense forests of mopane trees and the leopard’s favourite sausage trees. South Luangwa has a top reputation as a prime park for leopard. This is largely because leopard hunt nocturnally, and South Luangwa is one of Africa’s few national parks to allow spotlight night drives.

    Wild dog sightings have been becoming much more common in recent years. They’re now regularly seen, especially around February to May.

  • The Wildlife of Lower Zambezi National Park

    The scenery in Lower Zambezi is magnificent, centred on the mighty Zambezi River. The first glimpse of this valley with the majestic river and its surroundings will leave you in awe. The area contains excellent densities of wildlife, notably elephants, lions, leopards, spotted hyenas, hippos and crocodiles. There are also good chances for interaction with wild-dogs.

    Activities include : day and night vehicle safaris, walking safaris, motorboat safaris and canoe safaris.

    Amanzi Camp is situated directly on the banks of the Zambezi River. The main area offers stunning views of the mosaic of islands that are home to a group of majestic elephant bulls. The main area leads down to the pool deck which sits just above the Zambezi River.


    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. Nighttime 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 if you’re out at night, 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’ for these countries – 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.

Safari tips to enhance your experience:

Activities on a Zambia River Safari?

On your Zambia Safari and Victoria Falls holiday package, accommodation in South Luangwa National Park is at Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp situated in the remote, wildlife-rich Park. Named for the Puku antelope that inhabits the floodplains, which the camp overlooks, Puku Ridge Camp is built on a hillside, providing stunning vistas of the floodplain and the wildlife that frequent it.

  • read more Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp

    The camp is small and intimate and has been constructed to blend into the local surroundings. Each of the 7 luxury oversized tents has a comfortably furnished sitting area, en-suite facilities with a stunning outdoor shower and a private wooden deck where guests can view game from the privacy of their own rooms.

    Each tent  has mosquito nets and ceiling fans. Tea and coffee is brought to the rooms each morning by a room attendant.
    The central main area has a dining area for gourmet bush dinners, as well as a swimming pool and bar.

    Airstrip Transfer Time: 45 minutes to 1 hour from Mfuwe Airport

    Includes: activities, meals, local drinks, laundry, local transfers & park fees
    Excludes: imported wines and premium brands/ spirits
    Activities: day & night drives and guided walking

Accommodation in Lower Zambezi National Park on the Zambia Safari and Victoria Falls package is at Amanzi Tented Camp. located directly on the banks of the Zambezi’s Ngwenya channel.
The camp consists of 4 tents each with two double beds on a raised teak deck. The tents have an indoor shower and bathroom and a private balcony overlooking the Zambezi.

  • read more Amanzi Tented Camp

    The camp is intimate yet private with the tents generously spaced and connected with a raised walkway to the main area.

    Each of the luxury tents boast:
    • indoor bathroom;
    • a spacious sitting area;
    • two double beds with mosquito net;
    • a private deck;
    • a wood deck with a stunning view of the Ngwenya Channel;
    • 24 hour battery power.

    Property Facilities
    24-hour Security, Bar, Internet Access (Complimentary),  Pool,

    Airstrip transfer time: 40 minutes from Jeki airstrip
    Includes: activities, meals, local drinks, laundry and camp transfers
    Excludes: imported wines, premium brand spirits and park fees
    Activities: game drives, walking safaris, boat trips, fishing, canoeing and birding

Anantara Avani Victoria Falls Hotel is located on the eastern side of Victoria Falls (one of the Seven Wonders of the World)and on the Zambian side. The resort complex is built along the edge of the Zambezi River and guests have direct access to the Victoria Falls on foot.

  • read more Anantara Avani Victoria Falls Hotel

    The hotel has the feel of a centuries-old walled city and comprises of open buildings in earthy colours with rambling clusters of rooms.

    The 212 en-suite guest rooms are open and airy and are decorated in an African style. The rooms either spill outwards into the natural African bush, or face inwards into a vast, cool, landscaped pool with private, shaded balconies offering guests a place to unwind, relax and enjoy Africa’s greatest natural wonder.
    The restaurant and bar area are situated in the centre of the hotel next to a curving swimming pool frequented by vervet monkeys.


    Activities: A vast number of activities can be arranged : game drives in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park or picturesque early morning or sunset river cruises on a 12-seater boat. A cultural tour of Livingstone, as well as a guided tour of the Victoria Falls and rainforest on the Zambian Side. A shopping tour in Livingstone town also provides an opportunity to experience the local flavour of Livingstone while guests may also enjoy fishing on the Zambezi River.


    A variety of adrenaline activities are available which include white water rafting, canoeing, helicopter and microlight adventures, horseback safaris, elephant back safaris and lion walks, bungee jumping and a gorge swing.

    Airport Transfer Time: From Livingstone Airport: 20 minutes

Safari in Zambia and Victoria Falls

April May June 

July to October

from £ 4,320.00

from £ 5,352.00


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