Africa’s undiscovered gem.
Africa’s undiscovered gem.
Zambia is an undiscovered treasure trove of extraordinary beauty and unforgettable experiences in the heart of Southern Africa. With vast natural areas under protection as national parks, Zambia is home to some of the continent’s most pristine and unspoiled wildlife havens. Visitors can behold breathtaking views of the thunderous Victoria Falls, raft down the wild Zambezi River, enjoy a peaceful stay on a houseboat on Lake Kariba, view an abundance of diverse wildlife on safari, soak up wild landscapes, and immerse in a variety of enriching cultural experiences.This exceptional tourism destination offers guests an African adventure of a lifetime!
Livingstone, named after the legendary explorer Dr David Livingstone, is a flourishing, historic town imbued with romantic old world charm. It is an excellent base for visitors to enjoy adrenaline laden water sports as well as nature and wildlife lovers to embark on their Zambian adventure. This charming town boasts streets dotted with elegant Edwardian architecture, and provides a great base from which to explore a variety of natural wonders including the mighty Zambezi River, the breathtaking Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and the famed Victoria Falls.
Resting in the pristine and remote wilderness of Zambia’s Western Province, Liuwa Plains National Park is a highlight on anyone’s Zambian itinerary. This magnificent wildlife sanctuary is home to the second-largest wildebeest migration in Africa. Zambia’s vast swathes of golden savannah and grassy floodplains provide the perfect habitat for diverse birdlife and a variety of wildlife, including roan antelope, cheetah, buffalo and many more..
Set adjacent to the Mana Pools Reserve of Zimbabwe, the Lower Zambezi National Park is home to abundant wildlife, breathtaking riverine scenery and rich culture. A variety of African wildlife call this beautiful corner of the natural world home, including elephant herds, buffalo, hippo, lion, leopard, and many others as well as 400 bird species. This magnificent park offers visitors the opportunity to explore the pristine Zambian wilderness on water or land, and discover the ancient traditional cultures of the Goba Villages on an interactive tour.
This spectacular reserve is split in two by the expansive Luangwa River and rests in the eastern part of Zambia, northwest of Chipata. It is widely regarded as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. Guests will be treated to a beautiful display of spectacular indigenous trees, plants and exotic wildflowers that grow prolifically in the Luangwa Valley, numerous animal species and over 400 species of bird.