The six-day journey to Zambia is jam-packed with exhilarating wildlife encounters. On the first day, there is a scenic flight followed by a tour of the park to get acquainted with the area. On day two, visitors enjoy a game drive and visit a traditional fishing village. Visitors start their third day with a morning game drive and end it with a sunset boat cruise on the Kafue River. On day four, there is a hot air balloon ride in the morning and then a birding excursion. On day five, you’ll go on a canoeing and walking safari in the national park. On day six, the trip comes to an end with a final breakfast before departing. Zambia is Africa’s untapped treasure trove. It is one of the most pristine and unspoiled wildlife havens on the continent and protects extraordinary natural beauty. It is simple to understand why Zambia has one of the largest land areas in Africa that are protected as national parks. Most visitors to this serene nation are drawn by the Victoria Falls’ thundering splendor.
When you arrive in Zambia, a vehicle will take you to a nearby lodge so you can check in. The lodge provides views of the Zambezi River and distant falls from its location close to the Victoria Falls and the Zambezi River. Visit the neighborhood adventure center and look for wildlife before going back to the lodge for a cozy stay and a sumptuous dinner.
Take part in a full day of activities at Victoria Falls, such as white-water rafting, bungee jumping, canoeing, bird watching, and fishing. Take a break for lunch, then go for a quick bush walk and a cultural insight visit to the nearby Maunga village. Take a flight over the falls to cap off your day before continuing on to the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport and spending the night in Kafue National Park. Lions, zebras, and elephants can all be found in the park’s Busanga and Nanzhila Plains, which are both home to a variety of wildlife, as well as the Kafue River.
In the early hours of the day, go on a game drive in Kafue National Park to look for lions, cheetahs, leopards, and other animals. Enjoy the surroundings and take pictures. Go on a boat ride up the Kafue River in the evening to view the sunset and see aquatic creatures like hippos after your lunch break. After dark, go back to the hotel.
Get up early to enjoy a balloon ride over the Busanga Plains and its surroundings. Visit a bird sanctuary after lunch to see animals like the African finfoot, Pel’s fishing owl, and wattled crane. Spend the evening at the hotel to cap off the day.
Start the day with a walking safari in the Kafue National Park, led by knowledgeable experts. Get close to the African wilderness and become one with the wild’s sounds, smells, and sights. While hiking through the bush, look out for animals like elephants, buffalo, and antelopes in their natural habitats. Enjoy your lunch break. Go canoeing in the park’s rivers and lakes in the afternoon, sharing the water with crocodiles and hippos. To see elephants and buffalo, stealthily slither through the shorelines. For the evening, go back to the lodge.
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