Places To Go In Zambia

Kafue National Park

West of Lusaka and southwest of the Copperbelt, Kafue is an undiscovered gem in the heart of Zambia, an enormous area of floodplain and forest, dissec...

Lower Zambezi

The Zambezi River thunders over the Victoria Falls, zigzags through the Batoka Gorge, flows into Lake Kariba and then continues more sedately eastward...

South Luangwa

The Luangwa Valley marks the southern end of the Great Rift Valley. The meandering Luangwa River and its ox-bow lagoons support one of the highest con...

Walking Safaris

Walking in the bush heightens your every sense to the sights and sounds of the wild. This is not a hike, you cover between 6-12 km per day, with plent...

Zambia Victoria Falls

The Victoria Falls has been designated as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. The local people, who in 1855 led David Livingstone to this m...

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