This nine-day safari in Africa begins in South Luangwa National Park’s Valley of the Leopards. After that, we’ll travel to the Lower Zambezi National Park before visiting Livingstone’s magnificent Victoria Falls. Every location has something special to offer, including Africa’s Big Five, wide-open plains, breathtaking vistas, and untamed wildlife. Experience a true African adventure on this reasonably priced and enjoyable trip through a truly magnificent part of the world. Zambia is renowned for its diverse wildlife, including exciting endemic species like the lion, leopard, buffalo, and elephant, as well as its rich birdlife and exotic fish. Fishermen often make the trip as a sort of pilgrimage, and birders are always drawn in by the amazing variety of bird species. For an authentic safari experience, Zambia is the ideal African location.
A representative from Dav Safari will pick you up from Mfuwe International Airport and drive you to South Luangwa National Park in the morning. Lunch will be served to you at the hotel. You will experience an exhilarating game drive following lunch. The park is renowned for its large population of leopards and has a high density of wildlife.
You will embark on a bush walk after breakfast to discover a level of detail that is simply inaccessible from the security and comfort of a safari vehicle. You will leave for a game drive in South Luangwa National Park in the evening. The park is located directly at the mouth of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, and the river meanders through the sizable parklands, creating breathtaking scenery. Huge concentrations of big game, including lions, leopards, giraffes, elephants, hippos, and many other animal species, can be found here due to the abundance of the natural beauty.
We’ll leave for a morning game drive in South Luangwa National Park after breakfast. There are numerous sizable lion prides in the park. Elephants, buffalo, zebras, and pukus are also in great numbers here. You will be transported from Mfuwe to Lusaka for your flight after the game drive.
We will leave Lusaka for Lower Zambezi after breakfast. It should take 3 to 4 hours to drive there. We will take a brief break after we arrive before embarking on a river safari on the powerful Zambezi River. To end the day, we will take a cruise during the sunset.
We’ll leave for Livingstone after an early breakfast. Siavonga, a town on Lake Kariba, the largest artificial lake in the world, will serve as our rest stop. Additionally, we’ll take a tour of the Choma Museum, which preserves the heritage of Zambia’s Tonga-speaking population.
You will be picked up after breakfast at around 8 am for a helicopter flight over Victoria Falls (20 minutes of driving one way). You can choose the time to perform an activity because times are flexible. Around 10 am, after the scenic flight over Victoria Falls, you’ll embark on a tour of the Zambian side of the falls. Your tour guide will provide you with all the necessary details about Victoria Falls, the Zambezi River, and the local flora and fauna during the course of the excursion. You will leave for a game drive and a rhino walk in Livingstone’s Mosi Oa Tunya National Park after lunch. Giraffes, zebras, hippos, antelopes, Cape buffaloes, and many other species of wildlife call it home. We can get closer to the park’s white rhinos by taking the rhino walk.
After breakfast, you will swim in the Devils Pool. It would only be appropriate to swim in the Devils Pool after seeing the Victoria Falls up close and from an aerial perspective. Living life on the edge is possible in this naturally formed pool that was created right next to the falls. You’ll visit Mukwalantila village after the swim. 85 kilometers or so separate this village from Livingstone. This cultural tour is designed to provide participants with a full- or half-day window into a typical Tonga village. We have set aside a spot at our campsite for visitors who want to stay the night in a Zambian village.
You will go rafting on the Zambezi River after breakfast. Take on the magnificent rapids, which range from rapid 1 to rapid 22, some of which are rated Grade V, to see how brave you are. We will take some time to unwind on an upper Zambezi sunset cruise with some drinks and snacks after a long day of navigating the Zambezi rapids. We will enjoy the stunning scene that nature will paint as the sun sets.
You will travel to the town for lunch and shopping after breakfast. You will then be dropped off at the Livingstone Airport in preparation for your scheduled flight home.
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