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From the untamed wilderness of South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi to the vast landscapes of Kafue and the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls, Zambia's national parks and natural wonders provide a captivating journey through Africa's untouched beauty.

A true gem of Zambia is the renowned South Luangwa National Park, a sanctuary where wildlife flourishes against a backdrop of unspoiled landscapes. Adventurers seeking the thrill of a safari will be rewarded with captivating encounters with elephants, lions, leopards, and an array of antelope species. As the meandering Luangwa River flows through the park, it becomes a haven for vibrant birdlife, enhancing the allure of exhilarating game drives and immersive walking safaris. Prepare to be enthralled by the abundance of wildlife and the breathtaking beauty of South Luangwa National Park.

The remote and pristine North Luangwa National Park in Zambia is a hidden gem that offers a unique and exclusive safari experience. The park is renowned for its exceptional walking safaris, allowing visitors to explore the bush on foot accompanied by experienced guides. Due to its remote location, you can immerse yourself in the tranquility of the African bush and feel a true connection with nature.

Liuwa Plains offers a sense of adventure and exploration, as it is relatively untouched and less visited compared to other national parks in Zambia.  Located in the western part of Zambia, this park is known for its vast open plains and seasonal wildebeest migration. It offers unique wildlife encounters, including the second-largest wildebeest migration in Africa.

Explore the captivating Lower Zambezi National Park, nestled along the majestic Zambezi River. This untouched wilderness offers a harmonious blend of wildlife sightings and water-based adventures. Embark on a thrilling canoe safari, navigating the winding waterways while observing elephants, hippos, and a plethora of bird species in their natural habitat. Alternatively, embark on a game drive through diverse landscapes, where leopards, buffalos, and a kaleidoscope of birdlife await. The park's scenic beauty, framed by the Zambezi Escarpment, adds an extra layer of allure.

For those seeking a true sense of remoteness and tranquility, the expansive Kafue National Park beckons. Spanning over 22,000 square kilometers, it stands as one of Africa's largest national parks. Within its borders lie an impressive array of wildlife, including elephants, lions, cheetahs, and a plethora of bird species. From vast grassy plains to lush riverine forests, Kafue's diverse habitats provide an ideal setting for wildlife viewing and immersive exploration.

Zambia's natural wonders also include the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls, one of the world's largest waterfalls. Thundering down the Zambezi River with remarkable force, these falls create a breathtaking spectacle. Witnessing the sheer power and beauty of Victoria Falls is an unforgettable experience. Take to the skies on a thrilling helicopter or microlight flight for a unique perspective, or meander along the rainforest trails, feeling the mist on your face as you marvel at the lush surroundings.

Discover the wonders of Zambia in a way you've never imagined. Let us be your guide in crafting the ultimate adventure in this captivating country.


What currency do they use in Zambia?

The currency of Zambia is the Zambian Kwacha (ZMW).

Credit cards, particularly Visa and Mastercard, are generally accepted in larger hotels, restaurants, and established businesses in urban centers. However when visiting Zambia, it is recommended to have some Zambian Kwacha in cash for day-to-day expenses, especially when dealing with smaller vendors, local markets, or rural areas where card payments may not be widely accepted.

Is it safe to visit Zambia?

Zambia is generally considered a safe country to visit for tourists. The country has a relatively low crime rate compared to some other destinations in the region. However, like any travel destination, it's important to take the usual precautions to ensure your safety and well-being during your visit, such as being vigilant in crowded areas.

What language do they speak in Zambia?

The official language of Zambia is English. 

However, Zambia is a linguistically diverse country with over 70 local languages belonging to different ethnic groups. Some of the prominent local languages spoken in Zambia include Bemba, Nyanja, Tonga, Lozi, Lunda, Kaonde, and Luvale, among others. These local languages are commonly used in rural areas and by specific ethnic communities as their first language.

How many national parks are there in Zambia?

There are around 20 national parks in Zambia, offering a wide range of wildlife viewing opportunities. Each national park has its own unique characteristics, ecosystems and attractions, making Zambia a fantastic destination for safari and nature enthusiasts.

When is the best time to visit Zambia?

If you prefer milder weather and better game viewing conditions, the dry season (May to October) is generally recommended. This is the peak tourist season in Zambia, with warm to hot temperatures and clear skies. The vegetation is thinner, making wildlife spotting easier, and animals tend to congregate around water sources, providing excellent game viewing opportunities. The Lower Zambezi and South Luangwa National Parks are particularly popular destinations during this period.

However, if you appreciate the beauty of green landscapes, are interested in birdwatching, and want to witness the full power of the Victoria Falls, the wet season (November to April) may be an ideal choice. Characterised by lush green landscapes and increased bird activity, the wet season turns Zambia into a vibrant oasis. The Victoria Falls are at their most dramatic during this time, with higher water levels and impressive volumes of water cascading down the Zambezi River.


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