Zambia's Big Game & Big Rivers Safari

10 nights • from $7,699 per person

Away from the Crowds and Up Close to Wildlife

For a wild safari, come and explore Zambia, starting in Kafue’s lush floodplains, with plenty of antelopes and predators. Then we fly to the Lower Zambezi for incredible boat and land game watching. Our finale is in Livingstone just a short walk from Victoria Falls.
10 Nights
4 Destinations

Lusaka, Zambia

Day 1-2

Lusaka is Zambia's sprawling capital city and center of business, but not a tourist destination. Kenneth Kaunda International Airport services many destinations and is convenient for accessing some of Zambia's best game reserves in this landlocked country.


Latitude 15

1 Night

This hotel is a pocket of serenity in Zambia’s capital, just 20-minutes from the airport. Artful interior decorating has created airy, sun-lit spaces, with beautiful pool and restaurant terraces. It incorporates a Private Member’s club for socializing, networking and events.


Kafue National Park, Zambia

Day 2-6

Kafue is a vast wilderness, with thick woodlands in the south and grassy wetlands in the north. Camps along the three life-giving rivers have boats for fishing and for observing extraordinary birdlife and wandering game. Camps on the Busanga floodplains are rewarded by thousands of grazing antelope, with attendant carnivores like lion, cheetah and wild dog. The only animals missing are giraffes.

Busanga Bush Camp

4 Nights

This tented camp offers an authentic safari experience in a rustic wilderness camp, yet still with many comforts and luxuries. Expert guides reveal the seasonal floodplains teaming with antelopes and numerous predators, especially lions (hear them roaring at night)!


Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia

Day 6-9

The Zambezi River forms the country border, with Lower Zambezi N.P in Zambia facing Mana Pools in Zimbabwe. The river has calmed down after its plunge over Victoria Falls, enabling canoe and power boat excursions, plus walks and game drives. Or watch animals from the deck of your riverside lodge.


Baines' River Camp

3 Nights

Relish this comfortable colonial-style safari lodge in the remote Lower Zambezi National Park, where animals roam freely and are seen around camp and during game drives, walks, river cruises and canoe safaris. Experience genuine Zambian hospitality characterized by big smiles.


Livingstone, Zambia

Day 9-11

Dare you take a dip in Devil's Pool right on the edge of Victoria Falls? Many do and see the falls from a unique vantage point very close up. Witnessing the magnificence of Victoria Falls is one of those must-sees, made even more appealing by staying in beautiful Zambezi riverside lodges, with sunset cruises to see Mosi-oa-Tunya, 'The Smoke That Thunders'.

The Royal Livingstone Hotel

2 Nights

Neo-colonial in architecture, uniforms and service, this Zambezi riverside hotel speaks of a gracious era. Its extensive grounds ?' grazed by zebras - are just upstream of the Victoria Falls main cataract. All rooms, dining areas, pool and sundeck face the river.


Lusaka, Zambia

Day 11


Zambia's Big Game & Big Rivers Safari

Away from the Crowds and Up Close to Wildlife

10 Nights
4 Destinations


$7,699 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.

or call one of our expert coordinators directly at 1.800.995.8689

In Our Travelers' Words

At the end of the day our travelers are most qualified to describe the African safari experience, and they certainly say it best.

The Peacock Family
Multi-Generational Safari

"Our youngest, Emily is almost 7. And mom and dad are in their late 70's. And the rest of us fall somewhere in between - and I can tell you we ALL just had the best time! It's tricky to have a plan that appeals to everyone. The thought of our daily adventure was so exciting, that no one minded the early morning wake-ups - not even the teenagers! They were often the first ones on the jeep - as they couldn't wait to start the drive each day."

The Ousterhout Family
Family Safari

"My father-in-law had always wanted to go to Africa, and invited us all to go with him to celebrate his 80th birthday. We went with no expectations, and the trip was beyond anything we could have imagined. In each camp we were exhilarated to be so unbelievably close to animals. Our guides really turned the safari into an educational experience for the girls with in-depth discussions on not just the wildlife, but also history, culture, and the relationship between tourism and the environment. It was definitely a once-in-a-lifetime trip – but we hope to return."

Tamar Sherer & Chris Cooper
Active Safari

"This was our fourth trip to Africa, and by far the best. We keep going back because we love the whole experience: the people, the wildlife, their behavior, the environment, the accommodations, the music, everything. We chose Bushtracks for this custom adventure with two goals: to see the migration and to see the gorillas. Experiencing the migration was like witnessing a miracle in process. Could it get any better? Yes - the gorilla treks were the most exhausting thing we've ever done, but worth every exhilarating ache. Amazing!"

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