A safari in Zambia offers you the opportunity of getting well off the beaten track, I know it is a well used cliche but if you want a true wilderness experience with great game viewing, highly knowledgeable guides staying in very good accommodation this is the place to head for. A Zambian safari is one of the few occasions on an African safari when you can do night drives seeking out nocturnal creatures with the aid of a spotlight. There is also the chance to do a walking safari on foot tracking through the bush led by a knowledgeable guide and escorted by an armed ranger.
A Zambian safari does offer you a wide variety of choice from the Busanga Plains in Kafue National Park in the north west of Zambia with thousands of lechwe and puku antelopes grazing on the plains. There are large prides of lion, solitary leopards prowling each night and cheetahs hunting across the grasslands
While down on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River in the Zambezi valley it is beautiful, the wide river meandering through the valley with many pods of hippos. Elephants come down to bathe before fording across to an island or crossing onto the far bank.
If you truly want to get away from it all then take a safari in the South Luangwa before heading for the North Luangwa National Park where the visitors each year are counted in their hundreds.
The itineraries we have on the web site are just to give you some idea of prices and types of safaris on offer they are not meant to be definitive.
A summary of those itineraries with prices is