Zambia

Zambia is known as the Real Africa and offers all visitors something unique and special.  Home to the world famous Victoria Falls, one of the 7 natural wonders of the world Zambia also boasts amazing wildlife and fantastic, exiting safaris - This country truly plays host to the visitor wanting to experience it all.

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What to experience in Zambia

The Zambezi River

The Zambezi River runs a total of 2,700 km, passing through 6 countries on its path to the Indian Ocean.  The Zambezi River also hosts the incredible Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world as well as the man made Lake Kariba. Adventurous water sports, exciting tiger fishing, incredible house boat safaris and sunset cruises await you on this majestic river.


 

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Victoria Falls

Mosi - Oa - Tunya - The smoke that thunders!  No trip to Zambia is complete without a visit to this gorgeous landmark.  The falls have a width of approximately 2 km\'s and thousands of litres of water fall over this massive drop to the bottom of the gorge - The falls are best enjoyed from knifes edge bridge but be prepared to get wet and remember your raincoat for this trip.


 

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Livingstone Town

Livingstone town was named after the legendary explorer David Livingstone and is the base town for adrenalin seekers.  Enjoy activities such as White Water Rafting, Bungi Jumping, Helicopter flights over the Victoria Falls, Elephant back safaris amongst many others or just relax and enjoy a cocktail overlooking the Zambezi River.


 

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Kafue National Park

Kafue national Park was the first National Park proclaimed in Zambia and is the second largest national park in the world, stretching over 22 000 square kilometres. Although large it is generally uninhabited and offers very few lodges which makes the game viewing spectacular. This National Park also hosts portions of the Kafue and Luangwa Rivers which offers fantastic fishing safaris and impressive birdlife.


 

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South Luangwa

The South Luangwa National Park is one of the last truley wild, wildlife sanctuaries offered in the world.  The park covers 9,050 sq km's and surrounds the Luangwa River which draws huge concentrations of plains game as well as the big cats and four of the big five are common sightings in the park with the exception being the rhino.  Somewhat inaccessible South Luangwa has a limited number of visitors making it popular for those seeking a true wildlife experience reminiscent of \'Old Africa\'.  The best time to visit is right now as South Luangwa is fast becoming popular with visitors world wide.


 

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North Luangwa

The North Luangwa National Park is a remote tract of land covering 4,636 square Km and has not been opened to anyone other that the game department for more than 30 years.  There are very few roads and you are unlikely to see anyone for the duration of your trip - This is truly Africa in an untouched state and is the perfect area to visit for those seeking a secluded safari.  Activities are mainly undertaken as walking safaris in order to preserve the natural beauty of this wilderness.


 

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OTHER AREAS TO VISIT IN ZAMBIA

Kariba

 

Lake Kariba is Zambia's undiscovered Riveira!  It offers spectacular views, stunning sunsets, great fishing, boating opportunities, water sports or wonderful relaxing holidays or weekends just soaking up the sunshine. The weather here is mostly sunny and fine. It can get quite hot in mid summer, but even mid winter days are warm and the nights are balmy. This is Africa's largest man made dam,  226km long and in places up to 40 km wide. It provides considerable electric power to both Zambia and Zimbabwe and supports a thriving commercial fishing industry.  The sheer size of it makes one forget it's a dam and in certain places it almost feels like an ocean! A houseboat holiday is a great way to spend a few days under the sun, and the best time to plan it is over a full moon. The twilight atmosphere between sunset and full moon rise on this lake is quite magical.

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