This trip includes two of Africa’s top best wildlife locations. With its abundance of wildlife, South Luangwa, also known as the birthplace of the walking safari or The Valley of the Leopards is among the amazing destination we are going to visit , We will also take a trip to Kafue National Park, one of the oldest and second-largest in Africa, is well renowned for bringing visitors closer to nature. Kafue National Park is situated in the middle of Zambia’s western side. The park is the largest national park in Zambia, with a total area of 22,400 square kilometers (8,600 square miles). It’s a GANP Ambassador Park and the second-largest national park on the African continent. During the wet season, the grassy savannas serve as a major floodplain. The Kafue River and its tributaries, the Lufupa and Lunga, act as the waterways that overflow into the floodplains. Rarely do flood waters cover such a vast area with water this deep.
South Luangwa national park was established in 1938 as a game reserve before becoming a national park in 1972. Its current area is 9,050 km2. The park is one of three national parks in the basin of the Luangwa River and is situated in eastern Zambia.
Upon your arrival in Lusaka at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport you will be met and welcomed by one of our representatives, who will subsequently help you with the luggage and immigration procedures. After that, we’ll take you to your Lodges in Kafue National Park, where you’ll stay for the first three nights of your safari in Zambia.
After breakfast, you’ll go on a morning excursion, either a bush walk or a morning wildlife drive (12 years old is the minimum age required for a walking safari). You will later return to the resort in time for brunch, have some free time to unwind, and then go for your four-night game drive. The trip will begin in the afternoon while you enjoy sundowners and continue the game. The following day, you will take a boat excursion along the Kafue River. With a cold beverage, this is a nice way to conclude the day.
Following your morning meal, you will leave early with a packed lunch for Mfuwe in South Luangwa National Park, depending on your flight time, and be transported by our driver to Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in time for your subsequent flight. Arrive and fly to Mfuwe in South Luangwa National Park. Depending on your arrival time, you’ll check in and depart on a day or night game drives at around 4 PM. As it becomes dark, you’ll focus on nocturnal species with the aid of a flash and a spotter. After that, you’ll get back at the resort in time for dinner and a later bedtime.
After breakfast, you’ll go on a game drive or walking safari as your morning activity. After that, you’ll head back to the camp for lunch, some free time, and afternoon tea or coffee. After that, go on an evening or afternoon game drive before arriving back at the camp in time for dinner and bed.
Today will be the same routine program as day five – Morning breakfast then a morning activity which will be a game drive or a walking safari. You will then return to the camp for lunch, some downtime, and afternoon tea or coffee before going on an afternoon or night game drive and coming back to the camp in time for supper and bed.
Today, you will start your day with breakfast as usual, but your schedule will be controlled by your flight time to Lusaka to connect with your international aircraft back home.
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