2 Nights in Victoria Waterfalls
Situated along the southern border of Zambia, Victoria Falls is a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River. It forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe and stretches across almost two kilometers into a gorge over one hundred meters below - making it one of the world’s widest waterfalls. Dubbed ‘The Smoke that Thunders’ by locals, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a popular tourist destination for those visiting Zambia. It is world-renowned for its sheer beauty and offers visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in spectacular landscapes inhabited by abundant wildlife.
On arrival at Livingstone airport you will be met and transferred to Tongabezi Lodge. You will spend your wonderful nights at this Tongabezi Lodge in the Falls area. Visitors can look forward to a wide range of adventure sports such as kayaking, white water rafting, ziplining, bungee jumping and bridge swinging; and those looking for more relaxation can enjoy a sunset boat cruise, game viewing, or browsing through the vibrant local Livingstone Market.
The luxurious Tongabezi Lodge is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River, just upstream of Victoria Falls. The lodge features a lounge, a bar, two main area swimming pools, and a gym. You can enjoy the meals in the large dining room, on an outdoor deck overlooking the river, in the privacy of your room, or floating on the Zambezi River. The five houses and four river cottages can accommodate two to five guests each and come with their own unique style. Game drives, bush walks, and boating trips are all part of the package here. Victoria Falls can be viewed in close proximity to the lodge, on a short excursion with your guide.
2 Nights in Central Kafue
With our two night central Kafue tour, you'll experience the area in a whole new way. Spend your days exploring the wild wonders of central Kafue National Park and your nights in the comfort and luxury of Ila Safari Lodge.
Take in the incredible views as you meander through central Kafue's grassy open plains, woodlands and rivers. Get up close and personal to some of Africa's most iconic wildlife and endemic species including lions, leopards, elephants and hippos. Enjoy a delicious breakfast each morning at Ila Safari Lodge that overlooks a beautiful waterhole frequented by an array of birds and wildlife. You can enjoy contemporary African cuisine for lunch or dinner at the resort, or venture into one of the nearby villages for a more authentic experience.
3 Nights in Northern Kafue
From central Kafue park, you have to go ahead to Northern Kafue, which is Zambia’s largest national park, which has two sections. The north section contains the most games. Resident species include elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo and antelope, while hippos and waterbirds thrive in the wetlands of the Busanga Plains. This marshy wilderness extends across approximately 750 square kilometers which, during the rainy season, becomes a veritable deluge. Vast numbers of antelope and other grazers are attracted to the blanket of lush, grassy vegetation that is left behind once the rains cease and the waters subside.
The place you will stay, Chisa Busanga Camp, is surrounded by beautiful architecture and environmentally conscious design. You can celebrate the natural and cultural heritage of the Busanga Plains by staying in an eco-friendly camp that uses only solar power as do the game drive vehicle and bicycles used to explore the watery dambos beyond. So come join us on our central Kafue tour today and get ready for an unforgettable adventure!
3 Nights in South Luangwa
After visiting the Kafue National Park, the next destination is South Luangwa National Park. South Luangwa is the most impressive of National Parks, with incredible wildlife populations and continually enthralling sightings. Not only is it home to unique species such as wild dogs, it also offers visitors the chance to experience big game such as lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, hippo, zebra and of course the Thornicroft Giraffe.
Take the night drives which are the wildlife opportunities up a level. Not only for the chance of seeing a pack of lions or leopard but for the many interesting animals that only come to life at night. Genets, civets, servals, hyenas, wild dogs and bushbabies, nightjars and the grass-mowing hippos.
Your paradise camp, Shawa Luangwa, is ideally located at the crossing of the magnificent South Luangwa National Park and the amazing Nsefu sector. If you're looking for an authentic bush experience that is also eco-friendly, this camp along the Luangwa River is perfect for you. If you're looking for an unforgettable safari experience, look no further than Jacob Shawa. With him as your guide, you'll see the most amazing wildlife on game drives and walking safaris, and enjoy a bush breakfast like never before. Shawa Luangwa Camp can host 10 guests in 5 different luxury safari tents; 2 of these tents can be converted into a family tent. The double-storey center boma gives guests a better view of the river.
3 Nights at Likoma Island
Likoma Island is located in Mozambican waters but is actually Malawian territory. It is the larger of the two inhabited islands of Lake Malawi, measuring seventeen square kilometers across. The island boasts some lovely beaches, friendly locals, and predominantly flat terrain with a baobab dotted southern side. It is home to the headquarters of the University Mission to Central Africa, Livingstone’s mission, and hence it remained British territory when the Lake was divided politically after World War Two. The island is famous for the large, beautiful St. Peter's Cathedral, featuring numerous stained glass windows and intricate soapstone details. You can do nature walks and relax on pristine beaches, snorkel and dive in the crystal-clear waters, and enjoy a variety of watersports. At night, relax at Kaya Mawa, where you can experience the luxury of modern conveniences mixed with the timeless warmth and hospitality of the enchanting Malawian staff.