Classic safari is the best way to see a wide variety of wildlife, large and small.SECRETS OF WILD ZAMBIA
The population of 17 million, of which 1.5 live in Lusaka. It borders on 8 states and has no access to the sea. Emeralds and copper are mined here. Most likely you know that Victoria Falls is located there. On this, many of us end our knowledge of this country. It is because of this that the wildlife is almost untouched, few tourists, and landscapes have not changed for hundreds of years. If you like safari, then unique parks, a large population density of animals, two picturesque rivers, luxurious fishing, animal migrations, the leopard valley, the best guides, secluded camps and first-class service are waiting for you.
More than 30% of the territory is national parks, of which you can highlight 4 of the most interesting: South Luangwa, Lower Zambezi, Kafue and the Luva Valley .
Below we offer tours with visits to the best places.
A classic safari is the best way to see a wide variety of wildlife, large and small. You will visit all corners of the Lower Zambezi National Park and see the untouched places of Zambia.
You can also get to know the nocturnal animals during an evening safari. Elusive leopards, genets, civets, porcupines and pale owls await you. Big cats are usually more active at night and you can witness their hunt. Your guide will point to the constellations of the southern night sky.
Lower Zambezi is ideal for canoeing. Explore the riverbank under the guidance of experienced guides. You can look at wild animals from a completely different angle - from the bottom up. Full-day canoeing with a picnic stop - what could be better? Use this time to relax, enjoy the pure beauty of nature and the sounds of fancy birds.
During a scenic boat cruise, you will see wildlife at a watering place and while swimming. Only on the boat you can truly appreciate the huge herds of hippos and the population of crocodiles.
Walking is the best way to get to know the smallest wild animals, learn more about plants and trees, and explore various signs and footprints. In the morning, when it is still cool, a safari trip awaits you to the place from where an interesting and very informative walk will begin. Be careful: when hiking, you can often meet large wild animals and even lions!