We have local knowledge, the right contacts and same-time replies. Suggested itineraries and routes to help you scratch beneath the surface, avoid the tourist traps, and plan an authentic, responsible and enjoyable journey. Mazuba is a freelance writer from Zambia whose travel writing has appeared on CNN Travel, Unearth Women, Culture Trip and several in-flight magazines. Her travel podcast Mwende Bwino was recently featured on Conde Nast Traveler’s website and listed as one of the top five Zambian podcasts.
May Spring in the northern hemisphere is fall in the southern, so it’s the perfect time to experience the warm… April Spring in the northern hemisphere is fall in the southern, so it’s the perfect time to experience the warm… Is one of the last unspoilt wilderness areas and possibly the finest wildlife sanctuary in Africa, teeming with elephants, lions, cape buffalo, zebra and more. Safari Online understood our needs and was able to present us with sensible options to choose from.
An Insiders’ Guide to Walking Safaris in South Luangwa
This allows visitors to observe with the animals, flora, and fauna in a more intimate and interactive manner. Zambia boasts some of the richest game parks in Africa, providing an unmatched safari experience. Our Zambian itineraries encapsulate the back to basic approach to safaris without the crowds for a genuine wilderness experience. The lesser-trafficked yet widely celebrated national parks of South Luangwa, Lower Zambezi, Kafue, and Liuwa Plain result in an exceptional safari destination and a dream vacation. Zambia is a wilderness adventure destination that encompasses rugged terrain, diverse wildlife and the world-renowned Victoria Falls. Voted as the “Safest Country in the World to visit in 2018”, Zambia boasts a wide range of adrenalin activities including scenic helicopter flights, white water rafting and walking along the edge of the Falls.
This whole trip was planned and organized by Falcon Safaris and we could not have been happier. Another thrilling safari experience in Zambia is a canoe safari in the Lower Zambezi National Park. Sharing a canoe with your safari guide, paddling along the channels of the Zambezi gives you a unique perspective and an opportunity to see wildlife from the water. You’ll paddle close to hippo pods, and glide past crocodiles basking in the sunshine on the river banks. A walking safari is a chance to experience the flora and fauna of the bush on foot. Your walking safari will be guided by a professional safari guide, accompanied by armed rangers.
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November As the first of the spring rains start to fall in the southern hemisphere, visitors can watch the land come to life…. Zambia safari tours in the northern hemisphere is early fall in the southern, so there are plenty of options around the globe…. February Winter in the northern hemisphere is summer in the southern, so it’s easy to flip the script on the weather. January Winter in the northern hemisphere is summer in the southern, so it’s easy to flip the script on the weather. Let our team of safari experts hand-craft your Colombia trip of a…
Kasanka National Park
It is only in the last decade that Zambia burst back onto the African safari scene, re-building its safari reputation on the back of some epic national parks and outstanding wildlife. Lower Zambezi National Park and its Lodges Lower Zambezi National Park is in southern Zambia, on the Zimbabwean border. In the south, the Zambezi River valley is known for abundant wildlife, including buffalo, fish eagles and herds of elephants. In the east, the river passes past the striking red cliffs of Mupata Gorge, with its fish-filled waters.
During the rainy season, some parts of the park become inaccessible, such as the Busanga Plains. Busanga Plains, in the North West corner of Kafue National Park, is the only place in Zambia where you can take a hot air balloon safari. Our team has the destination knowledge to help you plan an unforgettable African adventure. There are 3 distinct seasons – cool and dry from May-July (23°-25°C) but cold at night, hot and dry from August-October (30°-40°C), and warm and wet from November-April (28°-35°C).
South Luangwa National Park, which varies from dense woodlands to open grassy plains, contains one of Africa’s largest elephant populations ideal for Zambia safaris. Simply the best value for first class wildlife safaris and hard to beat for best walking safari destination. The most scenic of all East African countries, Uganda has it all; great national parks, boat safaris, savannah animals, chimpanzees, mountain gorillas, birding, and friendly people.