Zambia is a lucky country with many natural wonders. This 5-day safari in Zambia’s South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi National Parks will show off some of the nation’s best-kept secrets. Our tour leaders are extremely knowledgeable and skilled tour leaders who will make sure you don’t miss out on any wildlife opportunities. The Zambezi River ecosystem will be the focus of this safari. Many national parks, including South Luangwa National Park and Lower Zambezi National Park, are situated along the banks of the River Zambezi, which has been a boon to Zambia. Travelers can experience the “real Africa” in Zambia, which offers some of the best safari opportunities in the world! Highlights include the magnificent Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site; the powerful Zambezi River; incredibly remote/off-the-beaten track areas; and many other undiscovered gems.
The tour begins and ends in Lusaka. The drive from Lusaka to South Luangwa National Park is 584 kilometers, or about 9 hours. For your convenience, our company has a nice fleet of 4×4 safari cars. You will savor the breathtaking journey across Zambia. After breakfast in the early morning, our knowledgeable guide will pick you up and drive you to South Luangwa National Park. The park is situated on the River Zambezi’s northern bank. You will finally reach the park after several enjoyable hours of driving. After this exhausting journey, you’ll later check into the lodge and freshen up. The majority of the lodges in South Luangwa National Park have stunning surroundings, so you can fully enjoy the evening.
Taking a game drive through the park is the best way to experience South Luangwa National Park at its finest. A game drive on today is a fantastic way to see some of the park’s main attractions. You will travel to the park with a packed lunch for a full day of game viewing early in the morning after breakfast. Throughout the three drive intervals between games, you must travel to a number of places. Numerous wildlife species, including zebra, hippopotamuses, antelopes, crocodiles, and other species, can be found in South Luangwa National Park. You will drive back to the lodge to mark the conclusion of this wonderful experiential day later on after a wonderful day. You’ll eat and enjoy a wonderful night’s sleep in the lodge.
After breakfast, you should leave for South Luangwa National Park to take advantage of some missed opportunities for game drives and to search for some of the species you missed the day before. You will later return to the hotel, gather your belongings, and travel to Lower Zambezi National Park. When you get to Lower Zambezi National Park, check into your lodging, unwind, and plan the rest of the day.
The opportunity to see a variety of park-dwelling animals is one of the reasons people visit national parks. Various wildlife, bird, and natural species can be found in national parks. Going to a national park gives you the chance to observe everything that lives there. Many different wildlife species, including elephants, lions, crocodiles, hippopotamuses, Cape wild dogs, antelopes, leopards, cape buffaloes, hyenas, and others, can be seen during a visit to the Lower Zambezi National Park. You will drive to the park early in the morning for a morning game drive; you will then drive back to the lodge for breakfast and some downtime. After that, you’ll drive to the park with a packed lunch and spend the rest of the day going on full-day game drives. This is very insightful, and having a camera on you is always advised as you’ll be able to take several pictures. You will drive back to the lodge for relaxation, dinner, and overnight after this game drive experience.
You will drive to the park early in the morning for an early morning game drive, during which you will look for some of the missed wildlife experiences. You will later return to the lodge, pack your belongings, and drive back to Lusaka to conclude your 5-day safari in the lower Zambezi and South Luangwa national parks.
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