6-Day Zambia South Luangwa and Kafue Wildlife Safari


On this 6-Day Zambia South Luangwa and Kafue Wildlife Safari you’ll have the chance to visit Kafue National Park, one of Africa’s most spectacular places. You’ll also go to South Luangwa National Park’s Valley of the Leopards. Every location has something special to offer, from wide-open plains and breathtaking panoramas with untamed wildlife to Africa’s Big Five. Reserve this safari with your loved ones to take a break from your routine. Experience an authentic African adventure while basking in the warmth of Africa.

Tour highlights

  • Travel to South Luangwa National Park
  • Game drives in South Luangwa National Park
  • Local Village Tour and Boat cruise
  • Fly to Lusaka
  • Game Drive in Kafue National Park
  • Departure

    Price Includes:

  • Park fees
  • All activities
  • Full accommodation
  • Service of a professional driver/guide
  • All transportation
  • All flights during the tour
  • All Taxes/VAT
  • Airport transfer
  • Bottled drinking water

    Price Excludes:

  • International flights
  • Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour
  • Tips
  • Personal items like Souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees, etc

Itinary in details

A representative from Dav Safaris will meet you up at Mfuwe International Airport and take you to South Luangwa National Park as soon as you land. Lunch will be served to you at the hotel. You’ll embark on an exhilarating evening game drive following lunch. The park is renowned for its enormous population of leopards and has a high density of species.

Following breakfast, we’ll go off for a morning wildlife drive in South Luangwa National Park. Large lion prides can be seen all across the park. Additionally, there are plenty of zebras, pukus, elephants, and buffalos in this area. You’ll leave for a game drive in South Luangwa National Park in the evening. As you enter the bush, your senses will be sharpened as you learn about the intricate ecosystems of the park and the strategies employed by experienced safari guides and park rangers to locate wildlife species. The park is located at the mouth of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, and the river meanders through the huge parklands, creating breathtaking scenery. Huge concentrations of big game, including lions, leopards, giraffes, elephants, hippos, and many other animal species, can be found in this area due to its abundance of natural beauty.

You will have a variety of activities on this day, including a boat trip, a village visit, and a bush walk. After breakfast, you will embark on a bush walk to find a level of detail that is simply inaccessible from the comfort a safari vehicle. You’ll return to your hotel to unwind after the armed walking safari. After lunch, you’ll embark on a boat safari (cruise) down the Luangwa River. Hippos, elephants, crocodiles, lions, and many other park residents may be present on this excursion. You will visit the nearby village of Kawaza in the evening to get to know the Kunda people and learn about their way of life. Additionally, you will discover the incredible work accomplished by the neighborhood conservation group “Conservation South Luangwa” and their anti-poaching initiatives. You’ll return to your Lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.

You’ll board a domestic flight back to Lusaka from Mfuwe after breakfast. To get to Kafue National Park, the largest and oldest national park in Zambia, you’ll take another private transfer from there. You will reach the park in the late evening for dinner and overnight stay.

You will go on a morning game drive after breakfast to see some of the top wildlife locations in Kafue National Park. This includes the Busanga Plains, where antelope, elephants, zebras, and lions can be seen. In addition to the elusive cheetah, rare animals to keep an eye out for include red lechwe, sable, and the African wild dog. Watch hippos splashing at Lake Itezhi-Tezhi and scan the sky for different bird species that inhabit the trees surrounding the Busanga Swamp, including the African finfoot, half-collard kingfisher, and African skimmer. You’ll take a late-afternoon game drive after a few hours of rest at your lodge. In the dry season, there are many waterholes available for the animals to cool off in thanks to the numerous tiny rivers that run through this region. Inhabitants include cheetahs, lions, and wild dogs, which traverse huge portions of the park.

After breakfast, you will go for shopping and also have lunch in town. You will then be driven to Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (or another place in Lusaka) in time for your booked departure back home.

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