Camping Like Never Before

This 16-night tour combines four amazing Zambia destinations and Lake Malawi. The tour begins in Livingstone where you will be able to see one of the natural wonders of the world, the Victoria Falls.
Following three nights in Livingstone, you will be transferred by air to your first of three safari destinations, Kafue National Park. Set in the heart of western Zambia, Kafue is the country’s biggest and oldest National Park.

From Kafue, you will be transferred to the Lower Zambezi where you will get the chance to see an abundance of indigenous wildlife. The final safari destination of the Zambia leg of the tour is the incredible South Luangwa. Here you can see 4 of the big 5!

It’s time to head to Malawi, where you will spend one night in Lilongwe before venturing to the beach! A remote island to be exact, Mumbo Island. Mumbo Island provides a back to nature, exclusive island experience.

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Day 1 - 4

Waterberry, Livingstone

Waterberry is a beautiful little lodge on the banks of the Zambezi opposite the Victoria Falls National Park. It’s a perfect place to recover from long international flights.

It’s as famous for its excellent food and friendly, enthusiastic staff as it is for its luxurious gardens and excellent river landscape. The thatched rooms are set around the lawns or on the riverbank. 

Waterberry is just 40 minutes from Victoria Falls, the world-famous destination that draws people to Zambia – either at the start or finish of their Zambian safari adventure or as a short break to visit the world-famous waterfall.

Day 4 - 7

Muskese, Kafue

Musekese Camp is J&M base camp, open between May and the end of November. The camp has a special feel to it; overlooking a permanent lagoon, it is a magnet for wildlife in the area. Nowhere else have we ever felt more engaged in the action and scenery than we do here; no longer just an observer, you are a part of it all.

Based in the spectacular area known as “Eden.” The Musekese Camp is nestled in a large stand of massive riverine trees overlooking an immense dambo.

Guests can sit and watch the diverse and large congregations of wildlife from the comfort of their chalet or whilst having a drink on the deck, from herds of elephant frolicking to the hundreds of puku keeping an eye out for one of the resident lion prides in the area.

Day 7 - 10

Tusk & Mane, Lower Zambezi

The Lower Zambezi National Park is definitely one of Africa’s most scenic wildernesses, home to an impressive quantity and variety of wildlife that can be viewed not only on the more usual land-based safari activities but also on a variety of water-based activities and in the camps themselves. 

Tusk & Mane have two fully mobile camps – the base camp is larger and more substantial with a well-stocked bar and seating area under canvas and ensuite bathrooms.

The fly camps are lightweight and a textbook example of how light luxury in the wilderness can be.


Day 10 - 13

Nkonzi, South Luangwa

Nkonzi Camp is located deep in the heart of South Luangwa National Park. From the moment you walk out of your tent, you are on safari in one of Africa’s finest wildlife destinations.

Nkonzi is surrounded by pristine grassy plains and ancient forests. This is one of the least known but most rewarding game viewing areas in the South Luangwa.

Nkonzi Camp is perfectly positioned for stargazing too, with zero light pollution and panoramic views of the Milky Way that have to be seen to be believed.

Day 13 - 14

Kumbali Lodge, Lilongwe

Kumbali Country Lodge is situated on a 650ha working farm. It’s an exclusive and private lodge with conference centre only 10 minutes from Lilongwe City Centre and 25 minutes from the International airport. There are 16 thatched suites.

The spacious and uniquely designed Executive and Deluxe Suites are en-suite. This beautiful double storey lodge centre with bar and dining room offers a varied menu of excellent cuisine complemented by fresh vegetables and dairy products from the farm.

The naturally forested estate is wonderful for walks, jogging, bird watching and nature appreciation. 


Day 14 - 16

Mumbo Island, Lake Malawi

Mumbo Island is a pristine and deserted tropical island floating on the expansive waters of the Lake Malawi National Park.

With a maze of massive underwater boulders, innumerable species of colourful cichlid fish and calm, clear water, the National Park offers what many consider the best freshwater snorkelling and SCUBA diving in the world.

Mumbo Island is only 1km in diameter and has never been populated so it remains in a pristine, natural state. Kayak Africa run Mumbo as an entirely off-grid, green camp so that it remains as unspoilt and perfect as it has been forever.

Day 17

Homeward bound

Sadly, all good things must come to an end… We will transfer you to Lilongwe International Airport for your onward journey.

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