Zambia is one of Africa’s lesser know safari destinations. That in itself is part of it’s attraction. Zambia is one of the few places where the National Parks and Reserves still have that raw and wild feel about them. The wildlife is abundant and the landscapes pristine. You truly do feel that you are in the midst of Africa. Experience Zambia as David Livingstone once did. Camping out under African night skies, walking through the bush by day, and getting to experience amazing animal encounters.
Zambia is a destination that actively promotes walking safaris in South Luangwa. The guides are knowledgeable and experienced, ensuring guests enjoy magical bush experiences without being in any danger. As you walk through the bushveld you learn to immerse yourself in your surroundings and become attuned to the sights and sounds around you.
In Kafue awaits a special treat. Some people may argue that Kafue is one of the ultimate birding destinations. The park has more than 500 recorded bird species. It is home to the Moimbo woodlands where many endemic bird species can be seen. For example: It is not unusual to see mixed feeding flocks made up of as many as 25 different species.
Pack in your khaki’s and your cameras. Invest in that giant zoom lens and make sure you have multiple memory cards. You will be spoilt for choice in terms of subjects. Zambia is a wildlife photographer’s paradise. Under the watchful eye of professional guides you can get up close to animals to get that perfect shot. Arrive in Zambia with dreams, and leave with a treasure chest full of wonderful wildlife memories.
- You enjoy wild wide open spaces
- You could spend all day game viewing
- You are a birding enthusiast
- You love bush walking
- You enjoy wildlife photography
Activities available in Zambia:
- Game viewing
- Bush walking
Top 3 Reasons to go to Zambia:
- Bush walking in South Luangwa
- Birding in Bangwele Wetlands
- Wildebeest Migration in Liuwa Plains
When to go to Zambia:
Bird watching is good all year round in different areas according to the seasons. The dry season is from April to October and May is the optimal time for shoebill stork sightings. The best game viewing in South Luangwa starts in June until October after which the summer rains arrive. The wildebeest migration in Liuwa Plains takes place in November. The Kasanka Bat migration takes place in November, December.