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.


An unspoilt wilderness area covering over 9000 sq. km.and through which,  It’s namesake, the Luangwa River meanders and forms the lifeblood of the area.


This national treasure comprises over 4000 square kilometres bushveld along with 140kms of Zambezi River magnificent river frontage.


First established as a National Park in the 1950’s by the legendary Norman Carr, Kafue is one of the largest national parks in the whole of Africa.