Zambia is a country of high integrity; it holds on to the actual values of safari – authenticity, essence & natural wilderness. It may be becoming increasingly well known, but it retains each of these factors with a firm grip.
Zambia quietly boasts splendid wildlife, wide-open spaces, and incredible wilderness. It has an impressive selection of National Parks; including North & South Luangwa, the Lower Zambezi, Kafue and the Victoria Falls.
Home to some of the best guides in Africa.
The quality of guiding here is of the highest level, and the walking safari experience on offer is unrivalled. It's rare to travel a country with such incredible wildlife, captivating culture, lack of tourists, and most it importantly, such friendly people. We hope Zambia never changes; it's a breath of fresh air!
Located in Southern Africa, between Botswana, Zimbabwe and Malawi, Zambia is also perfectly positioned for those who like traverse between countries.
Peak of the wet season. Would not advise travel, bar the Victoria Falls.
Rains are still comparatively high.
the last wet month.
See's nice weather and less rain. Still out of season in the safari parks however.
The land is beautiful and green with nice weather. The safari lodges start opening for business.
The dry season is in full swing with near to no rainfall and low temperatures at night.
The safari parks are in their prime. A great time for a walking safari as still cooler. Cold at night.
Like July, a lovely time to travel. Excellent wildlife viewing. A little warmer during the day and less cold at night.
Temperatures starts to pick up. Conditions still perfect.
Temperatures still climbing and the terrain starting to look very dry.
Still nice and hot with needed rain.
Patches of rain in glorious weather. A great winter holiday.
Set on the banks of the glorious Zambezi River, Lower Zambezi National Park accommodates a huge amount of game, especially Elephants, Hippo and Buffalo!
One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Victoria Falls is one for the bucket list. The combination of water, rainbows & greenery is simply stunning.
The River’s beauty has attracted tourism from all over the world, providing opportunities for a myriad of water sports and game viewing activities.
Kafue is Zambia's largest National Park, so large that the south and north of the park are completely different. Be sure to allow enough time to explore here.
Home to walking safaris and famous for it throughout the world, South Luangwa is debatably one of Africa's finest National Parks.
North Luangwa shares many of the same traits as South Luangwa, whilst additionally being remote and unpopulated; perfect for a self drive adventure.
All our itineraries are tailor made, but here are some of our favourite routes and camp combinations.