Destinations

Zambia

Home of the walking safari and the mighty Victoria Falls, Zambia is raw Africa.

Unlike its more refined southern Africa neighbours, Zambia represents the power of raw Africa — from rafting beneath the thundering Victoria Falls to tracking lion on foot in the South Luangwa to canoeing in the Lower Zambezi. Zambia has a well deserved reputation with those looking for Africa unadorned – small personal safari camps and lodges, great food, a variety of luxury and rustic accommodation, rich culture, first-class guides, excellent wildlife, an informal character, and adventurous activities around every corner.

Zambia is in many ways like Zimbabwe in its wildlife and wilderness offerings. Famous for its multi-day walking safaris through wildlife-rich national parks, visitors to Zambia can also enjoy day and night game drives in open 4x4 vehicles, boating safaris, canoeing safaris, white water rafting and exciting cultural opportunities.

In the hands of highly-trained professional guides Zambia offers the safari enthusiast true wilderness and abundant wildlife.

DID YOU KNOW?

Victoria Falls – which straddles Zambia and Zimbabwe – is the largest waterfall in Africa. The falls span over 1.7 kilometres wide and 108 metres deep. Over 500 million litres of water plummets over the edge into the Zambezi River at its peak. Its spray can be seen from over 30 miles away, earning it the name 'The Smoke That Thunders'.

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