Referred to as the original walking safari destination, Zambia offers some of the most authentic bush experiences. The country is graced by Africa’s 3 largest rivers – the Luangwa, the Zambezi and the Kafue- and most of the safari locations are centered around these systems. Exploring the bush on foot is a profoundly intimate experience, inviting you to explore more closely the wonders of the African wilderness.
South Luangwa National Parks is Zambia’s premier national park, a hot spot for the elusive leopard, several endemic species and the highest carrying capacity of hippo. The Lower Zambezi National Park, bordered by a rugged escarpment to the north, features 140 km of stunning river frontage, numerous islands, lagoons, and riverine forests along with game-rich floodplains. In Kafue National Park, the vast Busanga floodplains attract large numbers of grazers such as buffalo and other rare antelope.Game-viewing in Zambia is varied and exciting – walking, boating and canoeing complement game drives.