Zambia is located mainly over a vast central plateau, and also features the Zambezi, Kafue and Luangwa rivers – and also one of the biggest waterfalls on earth, the Victoria Falls, that it shares with nearby Zimbabwe. The majority of the country has a mild, nice climate, as the river valleys are warmer and much more humid; the intense north gets tropical in the shores of Lake Tanganyika, among Zambia’s 10 big lakes. While Lusaka is the nation’s capital, Livingstone, simply 10 kilometres from the Falls, is much more popular to adventurous travellers.
Zambia continues to be one of Africa’s most wild safari destinations with not many guests. Though it is slowly changing, you could still experience wonderful wildlife watching in Zambia’s remote parks led by a few of the greatest camping safari guides in Africa.
Think about a very comfortable safari to Zambia to find wildlife on the amazing South Luangwa National Park. You will relax in very comfortable tented safari camps and lodges in among Zambia’s best wildlife parks while venturing with a very well-informed guide. A lot of wildlife safaris simply talk about Zambia with a trip to Livingstone as well as the Victoria Falls. Alongside one of the wonders around the world you will discover a number of adrenaline activities, much more sedate tour, colonial history, fantastic curios and fascinating markets on this small corner of the country.
A lot of experts and tourists agree that South Luangwa National Park is among the most impressive wildlife sanctuaries on earth. The reason why mainly is its high level of wildlife surrounding the Luangwa River. It’s likewise among the best spots to see the elusive leopard, in fact it is also known as the valley of leopards.
The South Luangwa National Park hosts a multitude of wildlife including a remarkable variety of birds and thus is ideal for bird watchers. This is also the spot that the well-known ‘walking safari’ comes from and it is a terrific way to truly appreciate the ‘untouched’ wilderness as well as experience raw nature on its best.
It’s worth noting that there aren’t any fences, wildlife can roam beyond the park border. This is what we like with this section of Africa, the wilderness parts are genuine and also the wildlife is really wild. With lodges being situated only a couple of minutes from the main gate the tourists are not just human beings, there are also visitors like local Elephants, Hippos, Giraffes and even lions!