The birthplace of the walking safari, Zambia will undoubtedly offer you an unforgettable wildlife experience and allow you to re-connect completely with nature.

When To Go

Zambia’s cool dry season runs from May to August. During this season temperatures drop at night, but the days are pleasantly mild. This is also the best time for game viewing because the foliage thins out making sightings easier and also animals concentrate at water sources. September to November is also a good time for game, however this is the hot dry season so temperatures are higher.

The wet season, or green season, from mid-November to mid-April is ideal for bird-watching and the bush is thick, green and beautiful. Many Zambian safari lodges also close during the rainy season due to flooding. The best time to visit Victoria Falls is the end of the rainy season, March to May, when the falls are in peak flow.

What To See

  • South Luangwa, regarded as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world and famous for its dense population of leopard
  • Lake Kariba is Africa’s largest man-made dam
  • Victoria Falls remains one of the most spectacular natural wonders of the world
  • Kafue National Park is the oldest and largest (22 400 km2) of Zambia’s national parks with an incredible diversity of wildlife
  • The Lower Zambezi National Park lies along the Zambezi River and is relatively undeveloped and one of the few remaining pristine wilderness areas in Africa


12 Day Best of Zambia Luxury Safari

South Luangwa National Park, Lower Zambezi & Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Experience some of the most breathtaking and untouched wildernesses in Africa on this safari covering three of Zambia's top wildlife areas. The South Luangwa National Park is renowned for its walking safari, Lower Zambezi National Park features rugged unspoilt wilderness made up of vast floodplains scattered with woodlands and Victoria Falls, one of the original natural wonders of the world.

10 Day Highlights of Zambia Safari

South Luangwa National Park, Lower Zambezi & Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

A luxury Zambia safari par excellence. Game viewing and walking safaris in the true wilderness of the South Luangwa National Park, particularly renowned for its leopard population. An impressive variety of safari activities in the Lower Zambezi National Park - by land, enjoy game drives and walking safaris, or take to the rivers and explore with boat cruises, canoeing safaris and fishing. The magnificence of the Victoria Falls, a natural World Wonder.

10 Day Walking Safari in Zambia

South Luangwa National Park & Livingstone (Victoria Falls

Explore one of Zambia's most iconic locations - the South Luangwa National Park. It is an unrivalled wildlife experience in one of the last unspoilt wilderness regions of Africa – the very place where the famous African walking safari was pioneered. Your safari experience continues on the banks of the Zambezi River getting up close to the impressive Victoria Falls where there are a host of fun filled adventure activities to take part in. Here you will find a little something for everyone.


Mfuwe Lodge


Beneath a canopy of ebony and mahogany, its thatched buildings are arranged around the banks of two lagoons where an endless stream of wildlife will keep you enthralled as you lounge on the open deck or take a dip in the swimming pool. The airy interior of the lodge is an exquisite complement to its natural surroundings.

The Royal Livingstone


On the banks of the Zambezi River, The Royal Livingstone Hotel by Anantara is named after the legendary explorer who named Zambia’s iconic waterfall in honour of his queen. Paying tribute to this glorious era, our hotel evokes Victorian elegance and colonial traditions in impeccable style, and offers unforgettable adventures.

Tongabezi Lodge


The ultimate destination for romance and bespoke travel, the real beauty of the Tongabezi experience lies in its ability to set the scene and inspire a truly magical adventure. Sindabezi Island is a castaway dream on a white sand beach surrounded by the Zambezi a short boat ride from the main jetty.

Still not sure about what to do or where to stay?