A trip to the ultimate world of nature and wildlife.

The best destination to walk, a destination of wildlife and photography. Conservation and responsible tourism will open the way to a future of the «green» safari. Making Zambia one of the most attractive destinations to explore on foot.

Official name Republic of Zambia
Official language English
Capital city Lusaka
Religion Christianity(80% of the population)’Islamism-Hinduism’Other religions
Time zone UTC +2
Currency ZMW(Zambian Kwacha)
  • Wildlife sanctuaries, unspoiled remote desert and walking safaris are the first thoughts that come to mind when you think of Zambia.

  • It has an excellent reputation for abundant wildlife, bird life and endemic species, its landscape and lush vegetation make you think about how difficult it was for our first explorers.

  • The camps in the intimate scrub provide a perfect luxury adventure that will make you feel close and personal with nature.

  • It has more than 72 dialects throughout Zambia, with English being the official language of the country. Its main currency is Zambia’s El Kwacha, although U.S. dollars are still widely used in major hotels.

  • The local cuisine offers a selection of cornmeal «Nshima» with a consistency similar to that of mashed potatoes, accompanied by vegetables in peanut sauce.

  • Its culture, history and wildlife will change your perspective forever.


Zambia is an interesting destination to visit in the green and dry season, as both seasons offer totally different experiences. If you are a lover of birds and photography the best season is definitely the green. Seasons in Zambia are generally distributed in three predominantly green, dry and transitional seasons.

Seasons to travel

The green season begins and is the best time for birds. The Luangwa River is in full flow making only a few areas accessible by boat. The walk is spectacular you can see the mandrills bothering the elephants with the fruits while they are under the trees. The migratory birds arrive and the Zambezi River is flooded bringing a spectacular dew of fog over Victoria Falls.

The green season begins to fade and water levels in the rivers begin to decline. The camps close and begin opening in June when the days are clear. Between August and September temperatures rise and wildlife is concentrated in permanent water wells.

Rains decrease bringing cold, clear days, morning fog spreads over the Rift Valley and the central highlands. The migration begins its journey from the Serengeti across the Mara River to Kenya, forming long rows of herds that go deeper into the Mara.

Highlights of Zambia

Rustic luxury, wildlife and walking adventures are key to choosing the most interesting areas of Zambia and its national parks.

National parks, endemic wildlife, walking safaris and sharing one of the «Seven Natural Wonders» of the world, Victoria Falls, make every place in Zambia unique. The variety of seasons show a very different experience than you could have had before. The remote North Luangwa Park is perfect for a walking adventure or lower Zambezi for a peaceful canoe safari on the less bravaal part of the Zambezi River. In the center of Zambia is Kafue National Park, it is a wild desert that focuses true Africa. The winding rivers of Luangwa, Kafue and Zambezi meander through the country. If you’re looking for endemic or rare wildlife, you may encounter the black lechwe found on the plains of Bangwelu Flood. You can hear the noise generated by the snoring of hippos in the distance before going down from the river to safety.

North Luangwa: Just one way in…

A remote and unspoiled desert, aggressive landscapes and wildlife adventure make north and south Luangwa special, with only one path to the north, Luangwa is explored on foot. Conservation to preserve the black rhino is currently carried out with grassy plains, Mopani forests and sausage trees (Sausage trees). The Mwaleshi River is nourished in the main part of the Luangwa River flowing down into its Hermano Park, South Luangwa.

Sur de Luangwa: De vuelta a la naturaleza…

Walking south of Luangwa is the most exciting wildlife experience you can imagine, seeing herds of elephants, impalas, pukus and cookson’s endemic wildebeest within walking distance is amazing. Baboons mock the elephants under the trees causing them with fruits, making the herd unsatisfied. The giraffe moves elegantly into a less noisy area while watching agitated elephants fascinated.

The variety of habitats and seasonal wetlands at the time of December to June is generally inaccessible and for camps that are still open they will need equipment for wet weather. The plains of Busanga in the dry season lions and Ruan antelopes are abundant. Kafue plays an important role in protecting endangered wild dog populations that are constantly under threat. Between June and October you can see the lions climbed in some fig tree.

Under Zambezi: A canoe, hippos and how fast you can row…

The lower part of Zambezi its wildlife is colorful and full of adventure, you can explore this unique and diverse area with a safari on foot or by canoe. Located right on the opposite side of Zimbabwe, Mana Pools has a mountainous escarpment that provides a beautiful backdrop for any African sunset. As the boar launches into the distance, the elephants play for male dominance. The lion, hyena, buffalo and leopard are also seen with elephants crossing the Zambeze in the dry season.