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Offers on our Zambia Tour Packages

Travel to Zambia on one of our tour packages. Whether it's an overland camping tour or experiencing an African safari, there is something for everyone. Get the most out of your trip with our expert local guides and partake in many great activities, including guided tours of Kruger National Park, Victoria Falls, and much more. Travel around Zambia and across the safaris is included, ensuring a hassle-free travel experience for your trip. Just don't forget your sleeping bag! Below are some of our best offers on tours to Zambia.

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Welcome to Zambia!

Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls from above

Zambia, located in the heart of Southern Africa, is a region with various landscapes and a rich cultural tapestry. Zambia has exceptional natural beauty, from the thunderous Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, to the immense wildness of its national parks, which are rich with wildlife. The Zambezi River, which runs across the country, offers not only breathtaking beauty but also exciting options for adventure sports such as whitewater rafting and bungee jumping. Beyond its natural beauty, Zambia's people, with their kindness and lively traditions, enrich every visit. Whether experiencing lively marketplaces in Lusaka, embarking on a safari in South Luangwa National Park, or simply relaxing beside the tranquil shores of Lake Tanganyika, Zambia captures with its appeal and diversity.

Zambia's cultural heritage is just as captivating, with over 70 ethnic groups each contributing unique traditions, languages, and craftsmanship. Local markets in cities like Lusaka and Livingstone are vibrant hubs where visitors can sample traditional foods, browse handmade crafts, and engage with local artisans. Traditional ceremonies, such as the Kuomboka of the Lozi people, provide a glimpse into Zambia's rich cultural tapestry and are celebrated with colorful processions and music.

Zambia provides an abundance of activities for adventurers. The Zambezi River offers spectacular chances for whitewater rafting, kayaking, and fishing, while bungee jumping from the Victoria Falls Bridge gives an adrenaline rush unlike any other. Zambia's varied geography also encourages adventure, with hiking trails through steep gorges, birdwatching in pristine wetlands, and hot air balloon excursions over the savannah.

South Luangwa National Park
South Luangwa National Park

About our guided tours to Zambia

When compared to neighboring Tanzania, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Kenya, Zambia is a less well-known travel destination. However, Zambia is becoming a more popular travel destination thanks to the famous Victoria Falls and the country's abundance of safari options. Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, shared with Zimbabwe. The highlight of any journey to Zambia will undoubtedly be witnessing the powerful Zambezi River plunge over the edge of the precipice.

A guided tour in Zambia promises unforgettable adventures, whether on safari in beautiful national parks or exploring the magnificent Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Guided tours in Zambia provide insight into local traditions and wildlife conservation activities, making each excursion both instructive and breathtaking. Whether cruising the Zambezi River at dusk or exploring vibrant markets brimming with handcrafted items, Zambia trips immerse travellers in Africa's natural beauty and genuine warmth, providing remarkable experiences at every step.

Safaris in Zambia provide a captivating combination of nature and wildlife encounters that reimagine the African safari experience. Zambia's safaris, from the wide plains of South Luangwa National Park to the distant regions of Kafue National Park, offer unequalled opportunity to see Africa's Big Five and a plethora of other iconic species in their native environments. These safaris, conducted by skilled local experts, not only highlight Zambia's natural splendour but also provide insights into conservation initiatives and the region's rich cultural legacy. Whether cruising the Zambezi River at sunrise, seeing elephants bathe in the Lower Zambezi, or pursuing elusive leopards through impenetrable woodlands, every safari moment in Zambia is full with suspense and amazement. Beyond the wildlife, Zambia's safaris provide an opportunity to interact with nature on a deep level, instilling a strong appreciation for the country's commitment to preserving its natural treasures for future generations.

Four of the Big Five (lion, elephant, leopard, and buffalo) may be found at South Luangwa National Park, which spans more than 9,000 square kilometers of pristine environment and is home to the walking safari. Year-round animal viewing is possible at the Luangwa River, which runs through the reserve. As part of our extended travels throughout East Africa and beyond, we offer safaris and tours in Zambia. We provide both camping and fully-catered package tours across the nation, allowing you to select the degree of comfort that best suits your needs. Whichever tour you select, you will see all that Zambia has to offer and much more.

Accommodated Safari Tours in Zambia

Imagine yourself enjoying the spectacular splendor of Victoria Falls or driving through the difficult terrain of South Luangwa National Park, all the while knowing that a comfortable refuge is waiting for you when you get back. Our knowledgeable guides will take you on incredible wildlife adventures, making sure every second is full of adventure and learning—from tracing regal elephants to spotting secretive leopards. Relax in our carefully chosen lodgings, where luxury meets the wild outdoors, after an exciting day in the jungle. Whether your accommodations are an opulent tented camp beneath the stars or a quaint lodge tucked away among the trees, you can be confident that after every exciting day of exploration, you will find rest and renewal.

Frequently asked questions

Will I see the Big Five on your Zambia tours and safaris?

The main wildlife reserve that we visit in Zambia is South Luangwa National Park, which is the country's premier national park. South Luangwa National Park is home to four of the Big Five, black and white rhinos are sadly extinct. We enjoy one or more game drives in the reserve on tour. However, our Zambia tours also explore neighbouring countries such as Tanzania and Namibia, where rhinos and the rest of the Big Five live and wildlife sightings are virtually guaranteed! Reserves such as the Serengeti National Park, Etosha National Park, the Ngorongoro Crater and Chobe National Park can all be visited on tour. So you have a good chance to tick all of the Big Five (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, and rhino) off your list on a Zambia safari! Of course, the national parks of Africa are home to wild animals which cannot be called on a whim - no wildlife viewing is guaranteed on our safaris, but we endeavor to give you the best opportunity to spot these majestic creatures in the African bush.

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The best places to visit in Zambia

From the wildlife-rich plains of South Luangwa National Park to the lively Zambian capital of Lusaka, these are the places you shouldn't miss on your Zambia safari.

South Luangwa National Park

The second-largest national park in Zambia is known as one of the homes of the walking safari. It is home to a healthy population of Thornicroft's giraffe, a rare sub-species found only in this part of Zambia. Buffalo in herds of hundreds of animals are another common sight; wild dogs live in good numbers; and the Luangwa River supports populations of elephants, hippos, and other species.


Named after the famous explorer David Livingstone, and once the capital of Zambia, Livingstone is most famous today as the base for visiting Victoria Falls. Shared with Zimbabwe, this waterfall is the world's largest sheet of falling water, with all manner of activities to be enjoyed in the country's adrenalin capital. Rafting on the Zambezi River is not an activity to miss!


Like so many African cities, Lusaka is a land of contrast. Sparkling tarmac roads and high rise buildings are the indicators of rapid development and growing wealth, though large areas of the city remain poor. The Sunday Craft Market is worth a visit, and Lusaka National Park, Zambia's newest reserve, is located just outside the city.


Formerly known as Fort Jameson and located on the border with Malawi, Chipata is a common stop on longer travel routes into southern Africa. A large welcome arch greets travellers and the town is a great base for exploring Zambia's national parks.