Zambia's Big Game and Big Rivers Safari
Away from the Crowds and Up Close to Wildlife
There are few places that can create a personalized wildlife-viewing experience in the way that Zambia can. Vast, unspoiled settings which range from river to forest to falls are home to wide variety of wildlife, and camps provide numerous, interesting ways to explore the beautiful surroundings, allowing guests to stay longer with no two days of discovery the same. This Zambia safari begins in Kafue National Park, Zambia's oldest and largest national park with open grass plains and wetlands extending out from and fed by the Kafue River, the main tributary of the Zambezi River. The area is known for big game including lions, leopards, elephants, and buffalo, as well as antelopes, cheetah, and African wild dogs. Kafue is also prime bird habitat for locals and migrants. Next fly to the Lower Zambezi National Park, a riverine paradise where guests can boat and discover a diversity of wildlife equal to that of the better-known Okavango Delta. The unspoiled park covers three different habitats which can be explored on game drives, walking safaris, boat rides, and guided canoeing excursions to spot a variety of wildlife including leopards, lions, and hippos, all in the company of award-winning, Africa born guides. End your safari in Livingstone, with walking tours of Victoria Falls, and opportunities to further explore the Zambezi River by boat, dine with elephants or visit a local community.
$12,487 Per Person
This is a sample itinerary and the price is an estimate, used for rough planning purposes only and is subject to change. Actual prices and availability must be finalized by one of our trip planners who will contact and confirm pricing with all accommodations and operators.
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