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One of Africa’s lesser-known destinations, Zambia is an unspoilt wilderness spectacular, with massive lakes, rivers and extravagant waterfalls.

The Victoria Falls – with one million litres of water plunging in the Zambezi every second, is the largest waterfall in the world. Lying between Zambia and Zimbabwe, it can be viewed from both sides.

Rolling hills and flood plains provide the perfect setting for a multitude of big game and birdlife. Walking & 4×4 safaris offer a thrilling way to explore the bush. Track and follow game in the South Luangwa National Park.


Zambia’s national parks cover about one fifth of the country, with massive lakes, rivers, and spectacular waterfalls, including the world famous Victoria Falls (or Tokaleya Tonga: “the smoke that thunders”) on the Zambezi River.

The country is teeming with big game and birdlife, who thrive on the rich variation of rolling hills and flood plains.  South Luangwa National Park, one of the world’s top game reserves, is where the “walking safari” originated and this remains one of the finest ways to experience this untamed wilderness.


We have been continuously sharing with our family and friends the stories from our wonderful trip.  Just wanted to thank you once again for your putting it all together in such a professional way.

Sharon & Yossi Glustein - Israel


Theres always more to explore.
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