This safari begins in Livingstone and ends in Lusaka or vice versa. You’ll travel to Livingstone, the well-known Victoria Falls, Ngonye Falls, and Kafue National Park. The safari will also include a stop in the Liuwa Plains National Park, which was named one of the 20 Top Destinations on the planet. It will end in Lusaka.
We’ll pick you up from your Livingstone hotel and follow the Zambezi River up to the breathtaking Ngonye Falls. Although it is similarly stunning, it is not as powerful as the “big brother” farther south. The water masses traverse the basalt rock formations as the Zambezi divides into multiple channels. In order to fully appreciate this stunning setting, we will go on a short boat ride as well as local hikes. We’ll set a camp next to the river to spend the night.
We’ll continue on to Liuwa Plains through Mongu and Kalabo in the morning. The Liuwa Plain National Park doesn’t have many roads. However, the 3660km2 of pristine Africa that make up part of the park’s appeal. Only the occasional water hole, island of raffia palms, or little tree-belt breaks up the enormous expanse of honey-colored grassy plain. The more stationary resident red lechwe and reedbuck are joined by thousands of wildebeest, zebras, and buffalos. Open plains are ideal for oribi. Hyena, wild dogs, and lions can all be seen, along with other predators. Camping in the wilderness will be possible thanks to the availability of running water, showers, and flush toilets.
We’ll pack up our camping early in the morning and leave the magnificent forest area via Kalabo. We’ll stop in Mongu, which is located at the edge of the Barotse floodplains, before continuing on our journey. For the following few days in Kafue National Park, we will be able to resupply here. We’ll set our tent near the Barotse Plains.
We’ll travel to the Chunga region through the magnificent Miombo Forest. This area is crossed by several tiny rivers. This leaves the animals with a lot of waterholes throughout the dry season to satiate their thirst. There are also lions, cheetahs, and wild dogs that wander huge portions of the park. On the banks of the Kafue River, we’ll set a tent.
We’ll break down camp and drive you to Lusaka so you can be dropped off at your hotel or the airport.
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