6-Day Zambia & Victoria Falls Safari


These six days will take you to two of Zambia’s top national parks. You will embark on part-night game drives in South Luangwa, which will give an opportunity to observe nocturnal predators like big cats in their natural habitat. After that, the safari trip continues with activities along the Zambezi River in Lower Zambezi National Park, like canoe safaris and fishing outings. Lower Zambezi National Park is a prominent wildlife location in Zambia. Lower Zambezi National Park is situated in the southeast of Zambia, and it is situated between the huge, magnificent Zambezi River and the rugged, dramatic Zambezi escarpment. The is recognized for the diversity and variety of wildlife species it contains as well as for the isolation that makes visiting it a truly African adventure. There is no true road access to the park, which is located along the Zambezi River. To get to the park region, visitors must either take a small plane or a boat up the Zambezi River.

South Luangwa National Park is approximately 9050 square kilometers of pristine forest savannah straddling the banks of the Luangwa River and its meandering lagoons. The South Luangwa National is home to one of the highest concentrations of wildlife in all of Africa, including lions, elephants, buffalo, giraffes, antelopes, to mentgion but a few. The area is also home to 460 different kinds of birds.

Tour highlights

  • Explore South Luangwa National Park
  • Full day game drives
  • Victoria Falls

Itinary in details

On this day, your driver guide will pick you up from the Mfuwe airport and take you for a 25-minute drive through a nearby village, to the park over the Luangwa Bridge. As soon as you get close to the bridge, you will start to spot wildlife, so keep your binoculars close by. Some of Africa’s most breathtaking and unspoiled wilderness can be found in the northern and southern Luangwa National Parks. This, together with the parks’ effective anti-poaching measures, has helped the region grow into a recognized wildlife haven.

After breakfast, you’ll embark on a game drive, return before lunch, and have a walk in the late evening. Elephants, huge herds of buffalo, hippo, crocodiles, and more than 400 different bird species are among the wildlife. Along with strong wild dog populations, it’s possible to see Cookson’s wildebeest and Thornicroft’s giraffe. Later in the evening you will return to the lodge for dinner and overnight stay.

This morning, you will get ready before departing for Livingstone (Victoria Falls). The lively city of Livingstone, which is situated in southwest Zambia next to the Zambezi River, is well-known for being the birthplace of the spectacular Victoria Falls. The globe Heritage Site is referred to locally as “The Smoke that Thunders” and is one of the first natural wonders of the globe. This spectacular tourist attraction is reachable from both Zambia and Zimbabwe and is the perfect location to combine wildlife viewing and water activities. Numerous activities are available, such as world-class whitewater rafting, exhilarating bungee jumping, and superb fishing. Wildcats, genets, civets, honey badgers, porcupines, and possibly even the endangered pangolin are all visible.

After eating breakfast, you will visit the Zambian side of the falls with a guide. You will various activities at the fall fishing, hiking to the top of the falls, among others. You will also have a chance to view different wildlife species like elephants, buffaloes, hipo to mention but a few.

On this day you will have an early breakfast followed by a departure for living stone were you be dropped at either you hotel or at the airport to catch your flight back home.

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