Great Parks of Zambia

Zambia’s National Parks are amongst the best in Africa. The adventure begins in South Luangwa, here you can view an abundant variety of game, including four of the big five – just missing Rhino -. The birdlife is also impressive with over 400 species being recorded at the park. You will stay at two exceptional lodge; Kakuli and Chinzombo.

From wildlife to waterfalls – the largest waterfall in the world, in fact, Victoria Falls National Park where of course you can witness the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls. If you enjoy adrenaline fuelled experiences you will not leave Victoria Falls disappointed. Here you can bungee jump, experience white water rafting down the Zambezi River and even micro fly above the falls. The experience doesn’t have to be full of daring adventures to be enjoyed, there is plenty to do for everyone.

The final national park on this great tour is Liuwa Plains. Not as popular as the two previous parks but no less special, Liuwa Plains is a remote park which sees a lot less visitors, it offers fantastic game viewing and a stunning landscape.

Tour details

– Destinations:  South Luangwa, Livingstone & Liuwa Plains.
Prices From: $12,000pp. Contact us to tailor the tour and find the right price for you.
Dates: All year – depending on availability. 

What’s included

– All guided road transfers
– Flight to Mfuwe Airport
– Game activities a day in Zambia + Parks Fees + All Meals
– Local bar drinks at the bush camps
– Laundry, Tourism Levies and VAT

Itinerary

Day 1 - 3

Kakuli, South Luangwa

Kakuli boasts a wonderful location on an elevated stretch of riverbank, overlooking a wide grazing lawn that follows the Luangwa River until it meets its confluence with the Luwi. There are four walk-in Meru style tents, with thatched roofs, cosy beds, bedside tables, simple wardrobes and large shady verandas.

Activities consist of morning and afternoon game drives, Kakuli also really encourages walking safaris and you can easily combine many camps with these excursions, stopping and staying a few nights at a range of different lodges and camps, in this case Chinzombo. You are also able to enjoy fly camping, where you will embark on a walking safari and stop overnight within the banks of a dried up river bed with just the stars (and a mosquito net!) as your canopy (weather dependent).

Day 3 - 5

Chinzombo, South Luangwa

Luxurious yet also elegantly natural, Chinzombo Camp is tucked into the shade of ancient trees on a bend of the Luangwa River. Six beautiful villas combine a modern architectural feel with natural materials such as leather, reeds and canvas. Each beautifully situated villa boasts its own private plunge pool and is situated on an elevated deck that boasts views of the tranquil river. Bedrooms open out onto shaded decks, while each villa also has a yoga and exercise area.

Venture into one of the most game rich areas of the national park with our award-winning guiding team. The South Luangwa is renowned for its world-class predator action, with especially strong sightings of the elusive leopard. Explore the region’s diverse habitats with game drives, safari walks and boat cruises (seasonal).

Day 5 - 8

Tongabezi, Livingstone

Zambia’s Tongabezi Lodge is an exclusive lodge located on the banks of the Zambezi River, 15km upstream from the magnificent Victoria Falls. Tongabezi is set in a grove of African ebony trees on a sweeping bend of the Zambezi River.

The lodge has an extensive variety of Cottages and Houses catering to all guests and groups. Sindabezi Island is a castaway dream on a white sand beach surrounded by the Zambezi a short boat ride from the main jetty. Tongabezi also offers thrilling boat trips to the incredible Livingstone Island in the middle of Victoria Falls.

Day 8 - 11

King Leweneka, Liuwa Plains

Despite its luxurious design, King Lewanika Lodge retains its safari authenticity with canvas walls, indoor and outdoor showers, decks overlooking the plains and the use of natural materials. Elements of leather, cotton and canvas complete the design.

The villas offer total immersion in the vast landscape, allowing travellers to experience nature’s masterpiece in a meaningful way. With award-winning guides and intimate safari excursions, we bring unrivalled access and absolute exclusivity to the region.

Experience the magic of Liuwa Plain, which is home to Africa’s second-biggest wildebeest migration, magnificent birdlife, a growing cheetah population and the famed Lady Liuwa lion pride. 

Day 12

Homeward bound

End of the tour… Time to return to Lilongwe International Airport for your onward journey. 

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