We had a spectacular time! The camps catered to photographers and each had a hide (blind) from which we got stellar opportunities to see a leopard kill and photograph hippos and elephants.
–Melinda, Berkeley, CA
Most of the country is a high plateau with a temperate climate where two of Africa’s greatest rivers begin: the Congo and the mighty Zambezi, the country’s namesake.
Although English is the official language, the Zambian people are mostly Bantu tribal groups who practice synthesized traditional and Christian beliefs and speak a number of dialects.
There are over 19 national parks in Zambia, but many are remote, highly seasonal and difficult to visit. Our extensive, intimate knowledge of the parks and most reputable camps allows us to arrange itineraries with excellent guides in dramatically contrasting ecosystems. Safaris and game viewing in Zambia are unique because the emphasis is not on visiting many parks, but rather on experiencing life in the bush through walking safaris and night game drives in relatively unexplored game reserves.
Because of long distances between parks and generally poor roads, an extensive safari requires linking the various regions with scheduled/shared charter flights (or private charter flights if applicable).
One can easily split 6-10 nights between South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi along with a stop in Livingstone to see Vic Falls. Other destinations like Kafue’s Busanga Plains and unique safari areas like Liuwa Plains make Zambia one of our favorite options for travelers looking for a true wilderness experience!
Zambia Camps & Lodges
Children in the Wilderness is a non-profit organization supported by ecotourism company Wilderness Safaris, which aims to facilitate sustainable conservation […]Read More ›
African Parks is a non-profit conservation organization that takes on the complete responsibility for the rehabilitation and long-term management of […]Read More ›
In Sub-Saharan Africa, the prevalence of disabilities in children aged 0 – 14 years is unknown, with published estimates ranging […]Read More ›
The Lower Zambezi REDD+ Project (VCS ID 1202) is Zambia’s first Verified Carbon Standard verified REDD+ project. Lower Zambezi National […]Read More ›
Conservation South Luangwa was formed in 2003 by a handful of like-minded safari operators and concerned stakeholders whose vision was […]Read More ›
Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ) is a non-profit organization committed to the protection of wildlife and to the sustainable use of […]Read More ›
The Wildlife Conservation Network created the Rhino Recovery Fund (RRF) with the goal of protecting rhinos from wildlife crime and […]Read More ›
Created by the Wildlife Conservation Network in partnership with the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, the Lion Recovery Fund funds game-changing conservation […]Read More ›
Pack for a Purpose travelers have taken over 194,783 kgs (428,522 pounds) of supplies meeting essential needs in over 60 […]Read More ›
A commitment to conservation and responsible tourism has been an integral part of the construction of the properties and daily […]Read More ›
We’re excited to see African countries safely reopening and welcoming international travelers back to their borders. With a careful understanding […]Read More ›
For my first visit to Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park, I visited a number of camps and portfolios for a […]Read More ›