If you are looking for a safari destination without the frills and fuss, just raw comfort and superb wildlife viewing, Zambia should be at the top of your bucket list! With tourism still somewhat in in its infancy in this country, some will compare it to “Botswana twenty years ago”. South Luangwa National Park offers phenomenal gameconcentrations and wildlife viewing and is one of the few places where you can see a pride of leopards… yes pride! Five of them, walking together! North Luangwa National Park is a true wilderness, seeing its first travellers a mere three decades ago and today with only three safari outfitters operating in 4636 km² of mostly untouched terrain. Limited roads make this a walking safari paradise. The Luangwa River runs like a lifeline along the two Parks’ boundaries, teeming with hippo and crocodiles – an impossible sight!
What else? A diversity of activities in the Lower Zambezi National Park where you can canoe, walk, drive, fish and boat cruise, all the while looking across the river into Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools! Explore the Kafue National Park and its extensive plains, not only one of African’s largest and oldest National Parks but also easily accessible from Livingstone. Get a taste of early 1900’s colonial Africa by visiting the historic Africa House or rejuvenate in the crystal clear and natural hot springs of Kapishya. And as if that is not enough, you can witness the mighty Victoria Falls while staying in the vibrant town of Livingstone!
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