Immerse yourself in the raw and untamed beauty of Zambia, where breathtaking landscapes, magnificent wildlife, and vibrant cultures converge to create an unforgettable African adventure.
Embark on an extraordinary journey to Zambia, a land of awe-inspiring natural wonders, thrilling wildlife encounters, and warm hospitality, offering a truly authentic and enriching African safari experience.
Why this destination is perfect for you
Discover a selection of reasons why this destination is the perfect match for you. Embark on an adventure that promises to fulfil your wanderlust and create cherished memories, as this destination caters to your unique desires and ensures an unforgettable travel experience.
Exhilarating Wildlife Safaris
Majestic Victoria Falls
Remote and Untouched Wilderness
Authentic Cultural Encounters
Unforgettable Sunsets on the Zambezi
Explore our comprehensive FAQ section where we provide informative answers to address all your questions and curiosities.
Zambia boasts incredible attractions, including the magnificent Victoria Falls, diverse wildlife in national parks like South Luangwa, Lower Zambezi, and Kafue, and the picturesque landscapes of Lake Kariba and the Zambezi River.
Yes, most visitors require a visa to enter Zambia, which can be obtained in advance or upon arrival at major entry points such as airports and border crossings.
The best time to visit South Luangwa National Park is during the dry season from May to October when wildlife is concentrated around water sources, offering excellent game viewing opportunities.
South Luangwa is renowned for its diverse wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo herds, giraffes, zebras, hippos, crocodiles, and a rich variety of bird species.
The most common way to reach South Luangwa is by flying into Mfuwe Airport, followed by a road transfer to your chosen lodge or camp within the park.
It is advisable to take necessary health precautions, such as malaria prophylaxis and drinking bottled water, to ensure a safe and healthy visit to South Luangwa.
South Luangwa experiences a wet season from November to April and a dry season from May to October, with pleasant temperatures and wildlife concentrations during the dry months.
While South Luangwa is known for its impressive wildlife, it is home to four of the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, and buffalo) but does not have rhinoceroses.
Zambia is generally considered a safe destination for travellers. However, it’s always recommended to take common safety precautions, such as staying aware of your surroundings, using reputable tour operators, and following the advice of local authorities.
The official currency in Zambia is the Zambian Kwacha (ZMW). Credit cards are accepted at major hotels, lodges, and establishments in urban areas, but it’s advisable to carry some cash for smaller establishments and remote areas.
It’s recommended to drink bottled water in Zambia to avoid any potential health issues. Bottled water is readily available for purchase throughout the country.
Zambia experiences distinct wet and dry seasons. The wet season runs from November to April, characterized by lush green landscapes and occasional rainfall. The dry season, from May to October, offers warm temperatures and excellent wildlife sightings.