Deriving its name from the mighty Zambezi River, this vast country lays claim to the spectacular beauty of the Victoria Falls, abundant wildlife with over 19 national parks, rich cultural heritage and stable political climate. Its parks pioneered the concept of walking safaris on a commercial basis and yet this gem of Africa remains relatively unexploited by commercial tourism.
A safari to Zambia should include the Luangwa Valley, arguably the finest wildlife reserve in Africa with a wide range of professional safari operations offering guests the highest standards of service and memorable wildlife experiences which have made Zambia such a popular safari destination in recent years. Other reserves such as the Lower Zambezi and Kafue offer an insight into the diverse scenery and incredible wildlife that thrives in this unique corner of Africa while the Victoria Falls stands out as one of the worlds most awe inspiring natural phenomenon.
Zambia can easily be visited in combination with a safari to Malawi or as a stand-alone destination guaranteed to impress even the most seasoned safari traveller.