Taking you a little further off the beaten track, this stunning wild Zambian adventure visits one of the country’s lesser known reserves, the spectacular Kafue National Park. Add to that wild camps in the beautiful Lower Zambezi National Park and a stay in Zambia’s adrenaline capital, Livingstone, and you have the recipe for an exhilarating African odyssey.
The journey begins in the famous Lower Zambezi National Park, where you will be whisked off to a secluded camp on the banks of the Zambezi River. Here you will enjoy some truly spectacular game viewing, along with a stay in a river island bush camp, before driving through the beautiful heartlands of Zambia to your next destination.
Kafue National Park is home to a teeming abundance of wildlife, but refreshingly few people, promising a chance to really experience the raw majesty of an African safari. From here you will then move on Livingstone, home of the thundering Victoria Falls, a spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site. With plenty to do and the promise of sundowners beside the banks of the mighty Zambezi, it provides a fitting end to an unforgettable adventure.
*Please note the prices shown are per person and based on two persons sharing a twin or double room
Stay on a remote island in the middle of the Zambezi River.
Enjoy a unique walking safari and get up close and personal with big game.
Drive through the heartlands of Zambia en route to Kafue National Park.
Spot cheetah on the open plains of Kafue.
Take a sunset cruise on the mighty Zambezi River.
2 nights Chongwe River Camp
2 nights Tsika Island Camp
3 nights Ila Lodge
3 nights Chundukwa River Lodge
3 internal flights
10 nights accommodation in authentic safari camps
10 breakfasts, 9 lunches and 10 dinners
Drinks at all properties except Chundukwa
All internal flights
Shared transfers between all airports/airstrips and lodges
Shared excursions from all lodges
Conservation and park fees
Have you seen the movie Gladiator? If not, go and watch right now. Those who have seen in will be glad to know that Sahara is the location where the most prominent scenes of the movie were shot. You can start with capturing the velvet dunes and taking photos of the snake charmers and mighty camels proudly swaying as they carry bedouins on their back. Once in a province, you will get a chance to capture and even participate in the traditional tea ceremony as well as to see the locals playing gnawa music performed on goatskin drums. The beauty of the sunset in Sahara is just a cherry on the top of a cake you cannot miss out on.