Explore Zambia’s Untamed Wilderness and Wildlife
Zambia: Where Adventure and Conservation Thrive
The pioneer of walking safaris. The great Victoria falls is the first thing that may come to mind when the land of Zambia is mentioned, and rightfully so because it is truly a wonder and the largest waterfall in the world. Home to over 10 other waterfalls, a great addition to these already existing fascinations is the vast wildlife in the game reserves, and preserved natural forests for birding experiences.
The great Victoria falls also lying with the Zambian border is a beauty to behold, on the Zambian side of the Victoria falls lies the “devil’s pool” for those who seek a thrilling experience.
One of the oldest conservation sites in Africa, Liuwa plain is also the largest plain on the African continent. Hosts the 2nd largest wildebeest migration in the world, a beautiful place for a wildlife Safari.
With a dense population of wildlife due to water especially from the Luangwa river that attracts game. Home to 60 animal species and over 400 bird species, be sure for an amazing wildlife safari experience within it.
The world’s longest freshwater lake, termed by Dr. David Livingstone as “an area of unsurpassed beauty”. With parks near and around it, plus Kalambo waterfalls, ready yourself for an adventure.
Including lake Bangweulu, the Bangweulu wetlands wetlands are a great area for birdwatching and home to the black lechwe that is endemic to Zambia.
Kafue national park
It is a place where life’s rhythm beats in harmony with nature, daily painting new sunrises and sunsets in the sky. Kafue stands out among other parks for the extra purposeful conservation efforts of Zambia by preserving the vital eco systems it holds.