Southern Africa’s most remote safari destination – where you won’t see other travellers for miles – is Zambia. It’s home to Livingstone’s Victoria Falls, the wild Zambezi River, breath-taking lakes, wetlands, and an abundant bird- and wildlife. But just because it’s remote, doesn’t mean it lacks luxuries. Zambia is known for its bespoke lodges, mesmerising wilderness, deep bush game drives and some of Africa’s best guides.

Zambia is landlocked, but three rivers – the Kafue, the Luangwa and the Zambezi – flow through the country. It means birdlife and diverse wildlife is ever-present. Explore the vast country’s raw beauty like the North and South Luangwa National Park by charter flights or off-road vehicle. This is a country for adventurers who will be rewarded with five-star luxury lodges with breathless views and attentive service.

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Highlights in Zambia

  • The mighty Victoria Falls in Livingstone
  • Activities in Livingstone: white water rafting, bungee jumping, abseiling, swimming at the edge of the Victoria Falls in the “Devil’s Pool” etc.
  • Explore the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park
  • Wildlife in South Luangwa National Park
  • Adventure through North Luangwa National Park

Best time to travel

The Zambian weather is mild and pleasant. It’s in the tropics but has a high altitude between 1200m and 1500m above sea level. The three seasons are distinct:

April – August: Cool and dry (the most popular season)

September – November: Warm and dry

December – March: Warm and wet

Travel regions within Zambia

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