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.