8-Days Southern Kafue Explorer & Victoria falls


Southern Kafue Explorer includes the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and the enormous Kafue National Park. Mosi-oa-Tunya Naional Park is the sole national park in Zambia where square-lipped rhinos can be found. The largest national park in Zambia is Kafue, which is also home to some notable mammal species like sable and roan antelopes and more than 500 different bird species. Mosi Oa Tunya National Park is the portion of the Zambian protected area that shares the Victoria Falls with Zimbabwe’s national park. The size of the park in Zambia is 9 square miles (23.4 square kilometers). It is a destination full of unusual and daring experience The national park only covers 66 square kilometers or 25 square miles. Although Victoria Falls is the park’s most notable feature, tourists can also explore the area on a half-day safari and see rhino, elephant, zebra, giraffe, wildebeest, buffalo, hippo, and crocodile, among other probable wildlife sightings. es; whether you’re looking for heart-pumping or soul-soothing, you can find it here.

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When you arrive at Livingstone’s “Harry Mwanga Nkumbula” International Airport (LVI), we will greet you and take you to your lodge in Southern Kafue. Depending on your arrival time you can have an evening game drive if you arrive early.

We’ll go on a walking safari in the national park early in the day when it’s still cool. We will have the opportunity to see nature up close, search for footprints, and discuss the benefits of various plants. Finding some White Rhinos and getting a close-up look at them is the goal. We will have a lunch by the river after this strenuous activity. If you don’t see the Victoria Falls, your trip to Livingstone isn’t complete. The afternoon’s agenda includes completing this trip.

We are heading north from Livingstone, which was, incidentally, Northern Rhodesia’s first capital, and back into the wild. Our objective is the Kafue National Park in the south. Lake Itezhi-Tezhi, the Nanzhila Plains, and mopane and teak woods. Let’s search for elephants and buffaloes. Did you know that Camp Phoenix is run by “Game Rangers International” in this region of the national park? The orphaned elephant babies’ releasing facility is located here. On Day 4, when the baby elephants are being fed, we’ll pay them a visit. We provide lodging in our cozy canvas tents.

We continue in Kafue National Park as we will travel further north. The biggest and most diverse park in Zambia is located here. It’s around the size of Wales. We will take a game drive all the way to the next camp because we are inside a national park. We travel across hills, pass countless tiny creeks, and keep an eye out for wildlife and birds. We will set up camp by the Kafue River, where we will sleep in cozy canvas tents. We’ll take a few game drive loops on Day 6.

We will pack everything up after our final wilderness meal. This safari’s final wildlife drive will take place at Kafue National Park. We will move east toward Lusaka as soon as we get to the tarmac. We have gone all the way around the western region of Zambia. In Lusaka, we will wrap up our Kwalata Safari on the Southern Kafue Explorer.

Today is our last day of our 8-Days Southern Kafue Explorer & Victoria falls safari, you will wake up early and have a leisure breakfast and then you will be transfer to the airport to catch your flight back.

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