Walk from camp to camp in remote eastern Zambia – follow animal footpaths, discover the African bush with your expert African safari guide as he walks the Chikoko Trails sharing his experience and wilderness knowledge.
Situated just outside the Nsefu Sector of the South Park it boasts some of the finest leopard viewing in Zambia. The leopard-sighting opportunities combined with the unusual and exhilarating safari activities and the camp’s family-friendly atmosphere, Tafika is the perfect first stop in any Zambian adventure.
Tafika Camp has just six comfortable chalets – four chalets with double beds in each room; honeymoon suite with an enormous king size bed; one chalet with two rooms, a king size bed and two doubles perfect for families. All have outdoor showers under giant lead wood trees – a truly intimate experience. The route takes you along the tracks and paths of the Game Management Area adjacent to Tafika Camp.
Children under the age of 10 years are accepted at Tafika at management’s discretion.
Alternative walking safaris
|Day 1 - Lusaka - Mfuwe airstrip - Tafika||Arrive Lusaka International airport for your Proflight flights to Mfuwe. Met on arrival at Mfuwe for transfer to Tafika Camp|
|Days 2 - 3 Tafika Camp||During your stay at Tafika you'll go on day and night game drives, walks, cycling and visit the local village. There's an abundance of game, quiet spots to sit and watch the activity on the river.|
|Day 4 - Chikoko Camps||Chikoko Tree Camp and Crocodile River Camp, our small and exclusive bush camps in South Luangwa, form the Chikoko Trails and offers the only true walking safari in the Luangwa.|
|Days 5 - 7 Chikoko Camps||Good sightings of leopard, lion, buffalo, elephant, and zebra, as well as Cookson’s wildebeest and Thornicroft Giraffe (both unique to this area). Kudu and roan antelope, buffalo herds. Birding.|
|Day 8 - Depart Chikoko - Mfuwe airstrip - Lusaka||Leave Chikoko after breakfast for transfer to Mfuwe airstrip for your Proflight flight back to Lusaka and your onward arrangements.|
Do you enjoy sweat breaking out on your forehead and your heart racing like mad as you find yourself half suspended in the air with the few thousand meters beneath your feet? I bet you are an avid climber looking for just another dose of thrill.