Information on tourism destination for Zambia


Information on the Safari Regions of Botswana

Zambia is rich in wildlife, and when combined with outstanding guides, beautiful scenery, and a choice of accommodation, it offers exceptional game viewing and an authentic safari experience. The destination provides various opportunities for wildlife encounters, including day and night game drives, walking safaris, canoe and boat cruises, and a few adrenalin-based experiences like white-water rafting. The mighty Zambezi River forms the boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe, where the Luangwa River feeds into it before flowing through Mozambique. Zambian lodges and camps are among the last undiscovered treasures in Southern Africa, offering the ultimate safari destinations for guests wanting to experience remote Africa. South Luangwa National Park offers a birds-eye view of the animals and crocodiles in the river. Lower Zambezi National Park contains large concentrations of game. North Luangwa National Park is perfect for walking safaris, and Kafue National Park offers great game viewing and exceptional birding. End the safari with a visit to Victoria Falls on the Zambian side.

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Mosi-oa-Thunya National Park,Livingstone

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia provides a unique and adventurous experience, from adrenaline activities such as bungee jumping or a tour of the falls to the more sedate activities, including Livingstone trips to the museum. With daily visits offered by several camps and lodges inside the park, the wet season is the ideal time to visit Victoria Falls on the Zambian side. Further exploration of Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park can be done on motorboats and canoes on the Zambezi River or game drives within the park to spot wildlife, including elephants, giraffes and zebras. This area is accessed through the international airports of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, and Livingstone, Zambia.
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South Luangwa National Park is east of the Luangwa River and is home to grassland, wetland and wild animals dominated by leopards, kudus, giraffes, as well as lions and hyenas. Hippos and crocodiles can also be seen in the Luangwa River. For bird enthusiasts, there are over 400 species recorded, including yellow-billed storks and sacred ibis. Safari experiences include day and night game drives and walking safaris. Game viewing is best in the dry season, from June to October. Although driving is also possible, Luangwa National Park is generally accessed by light aircraft from Lusaka Airport.
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Lower Zambezi National Park runs along the Zambezi River, bordering Zimbabwe's Mana Pools National Park. This UNESCO world heritage site has some of the best wildlife sightings in the world. It is a renowned area for its leopard population and huge herds of elephants and is undoubtedly one of the destinations best explored on foot. Additional game activities are river boating cruises, game drives, canoeing safaris, and fishing through various camps and lodges in the park.
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