Are you looking for an amazing and unique tour to experience southern Africa? Look no further! Our 11 night tour visits Victoria, Northern Kafue National Park and South Luangwa National Park. This is the perfect opportunity to see some of the most beautiful and diverse areas of the continent. You will be amazed by the stunning scenery and encounters that await you. So if you're ready to explore one of the world's most biodiversity regions, read on for our top picks for eco tours and wildlife tours in Zambia with an experienced guide.
Enjoy your stay at Tongabezi Lodge. The luxurious Tongabezi Lodge is located on the banks of the Zambezi River, the world heritage site. Each house and river cottage is distinctive and can accommodate two to five people. All activities, such as bushwalks, and boat excursions are included in the price. On a short tour with your tour guide, you may view the falling water close by.
We provide airport transfers from/to Livingstone Airport. You may take a lot of activities the next day, including lunch on an island with safari guide Fishing, hiking in the canyon below the Falls, mountain biking on the Zambian side, and shopping in a local village. Fresh seasonal cuisine, creative serving platters, and the opportunity for daring explorers to try traditional Zambian food make it a must-visit. To experience a Sampan moored in the Zambezi River, with waiters (and maybe even singing choirs!) who deliver each course by canoe!
You must spend three nights at Chisa Busanga in Northern Kafue, a wonderful location. Explore the abundant wildlife and Zambia's best-kept secret starting your day. The Lufupa River flows through the Busanga Plains, which are home to 720km2 of palm groves, papyrus-choked reed beds and lily-covered lagoons, one of the few wetland wildernesses. During morning and afternoon adventure, look for a variety of species on the plains, including lion, hippopotamus, cheetah, African buffalo, oribi , roan lechwe , zebra , and blue wildebeest elephants.
The massive Chobe River and its vast delta provide the kind of wilderness experience that no other game reserve in Africa can match. The northern sector is the largest, with the greatest concentrations of game, and it is home to elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo, and antelope. Hippos and waterfowl thrive in the Busanga Plains' marshes.This marshy wilderness extends across approximately 750 square kilometres which, during the rainy season, becomes a veritable deluge. Once the rains cease and the waters subside, a blanket of lush, grassy vegetation is left behind, attracting vast numbers of antelope and other grazers. Several camps are situated in Northern Kafue, offering a variety of accommodation, ranging from budget to luxury.
Chisa Busanga Camp, on the outskirts of Chisamba, is a private game reserve dedicated to preserving and promoting the natural and cultural heritage of the Busanga Plains. Solar energy is used exclusively at this rustic camping resort, which sits on a tiny tree-lined island surrounded by watery dambos.
After breakfast, you will depart to Puku Ridge Camp. The friendly staff will greet you upon your arrival. This is a luxury camp with all the amenities but is also cozy and friendly, with only eight tents and a genuine safari experience that many people desire with the view of luangwa river.
In the South Luangwa, you can visit the home of the African night game drives and has one of Africa's largest elephant concentrations. , where you can spot endemic species to this region like the Thornicroft's giraffe, Cookson's wildebeest and Crawshay's zebra. It's a lovely evening to relax with a drink by the river or on the banks of the Luangwa River and bird-watching is very popular. You may make your own South Luangwa-style textile from scratch. At the market, don't forget to pick up some Zambian goods which are famous in Africa.
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