This 10-day safari brings you to distant, undeveloped wildlife areas, providing you with the best opportunity to see animals. You will enjoy the Mighty Victoria Falls, the Lower Zambezi National Park, which is known for its canoeing, and the South Luangwa National Park, which is known for its walking safaris. The Lower Zambezi National Park is one of Zambia’s newest national parks, spanning 4,092 square kilometers straight across the Zambezi River. As a result, the Zambezi’s two banks are currently protected, providing a sizable wilderness region for wildlife to coexist in peace. The ability to get up close to the activity by navigating the various Zambezi River channels is, in fact, one of the park’s main draws. There is a wide range of landscape, from flood flats and mopane forests to lush and overgrown riverbanks. The ground climbs into hills away from the river, and a sizable escarpment at the northern end serves as an animal barrier naturally.
Today is the first day of your Zambian trip. Once you arrive at Mfuwe Airstrip after your flight from Lusaka Airport, a representative from Dav Safaris will greet you and drive you to South Luangwa National Park, where you will spend the next four nights experiencing this amazing and varied region.
You have three complete days to savor this wild region. This region is well-known for its walking safaris, which let you observe wildlife up close while being supervised by skilled and knowledgeable armed guides. Other activities include boat safaris and game drives.
Today you will wave farewell to the South Luangwa and travel to your next destination, the Lower Zambezi National Park. Following your transfer to Mfuwe Airstrip, you will fly to Royal Airstrip and then be driven to your Camp lodge, where you will stay the following three nights.
The Lower Zambezi National Park is one of Zambia’s most recent and outstanding undeveloped wildlife regions. Aside from game drives and walking safaris, the region also provides canoe rides and tiger fishing. The majority of activities are located near the Zambezi river because this is where the animals congregate to drink water.
After spending the previous seven days touring these game-rich areas, you will travel to Livingstone to explore the magnificent Victoria Falls National Park. You will fly from Royal Airstrip to Livingstone Airport via Lusaka. When you arrive at the airport, you will be transferred to your magnificent Lodge, where you will spend two nights.
You have two days to take in the enchantment of the Victoria Fall region from the Zambian side. A tour of the Falls, game drives in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, a trip to the Livingstone Museum, and boat excursions at sunrise and sunset are just a few of the things you can do. There are also lots of additional optional activities in this area that you can enjoy if you have the time.
This is the last day of your trip to Zambia. You will be driven to Livingstone Airport after breakfast so you can continue with your flight back home.
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