KAFUE NATIONAL PARK
Kafue National Park sits in the heart of western Zambia and is the country's oldest and largest national park. The floodplains, rivers, and woodlands support an impressive array of animal and birdlife. The diverse number of private lodges make this remarkable reserve a must visit. Visitors can enjoy catching a glimpse of the hippos swimming in the waters of Lake Itezhi-Tezhi or viewing abundant birdlife and a wide variety of game on the northern Busanga Plains. Visitors should also take advantage of a truly unique and memorable hot air balloon tour over the African plains.
LUANGWA NATIONAL PARK
The Luangwa National Park is located in the eastern part of Zambia, northwest of Chipata. The park is divided into two areas, both along the powerful Luangwa River. The South Luangwa National Park is home to around 50 animal species and over 400 bird species, making it one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. The North Luangwa National Park is less developed as the South Luangwa National Park but is a remote reserve with an abundance of wildlife. Don't miss out on the chance to enjoy some excellent star-gazing experiences in Luangwa's clear night skies.
LOWER ZAMBEZI NATIONAL PARK
Featuring a jaw-dropping scenery, enthralling wildlife and rich culture, the Lower Zambezi National Park is a unique attraction for visitors. The game viewing opportunities are tremendous as you will see elephant, hippo, buffalo, leopard, lion and over 50 other mammal species. Visitors can also paddle along the river to watch the wildlife along its banks, indulge in a meal and drinks on a pontoon boat wile being surrounded by more than 400 species of birds in the area. An excellent way to experience the river is to enjoy some of the excellent tiger fishing tours.
Zambia offers a truly authentic African experience and a variety of fascinating cultural activities. Having access to Victoria Falls from the Zambian side, adds to the adventurous experiences available. Enjoy the wildlife as elephants drink at the riverbank as you try your hand at catching the elusive tiger fish. The diversity of wildlife makes Zambia a remarkable destination. The culture of the Zambian locals is a genuinely hospitable and welcoming experience as they help you to explore the area.