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Tour: 9 Day Zambia Safari & Victoria Falls # 28


Safari Overview

See the best of what Southern Africa has to offer- all on one seamless itinerary! A Southern Africa safari is all about diversity. Some of Africa’s most iconic and wildly different travel destinations such as Big 5 Game viewing, the breathtaking Victoria Falls, the Southern tip of the African Continent and Wildlife rich Chobe

Using  Cape Town  or Johannesburg as entry points, the top destinations in Southern Africa are easy to reach, easy to combine, and thanks to modern logistics and infrastructure, easy to enjoy. Destinations included in this itinerary are suitable for families with children , couples and honeymooners.

This is a 4 star safari accommodation safari – enjoy!

Itinerary Details
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2022 / Jan-May: $ 6,978 / per person sharing / 2 pax min.*

2022 / Jul-Oct: $ 8,120 / per person sharing /2 pax min.*

*Prices may very slightly

  • South Luanga National park
  • Victoria Falls Experience / Zambia side of the falls
Price Includes
  • Accommodation & Meals as specified
  • Light aircraft flights within Zambia
  • Tour Guide (where applicable)
  • All transportation as specified on itinerary
  • Activities as specified in itinerary
Price Excludes
  • International airfare
  • Tips & Private Expenses
  • Visa's (When applicable)
  • Additional accommodation before or after the safari
  • Park and enhance fees as indicated

Departure & Return Location

Lusaka International Airport (Google Map)



VISA & Levy’s & Travel requirements!

  • Please  note  your  passport needs  to  have  at  least  6  blank  pages  and  be  valid  for  6  months  after  travel  date.
  • Due  to  constantly  changing  visa  requirements,  it  is  recommended  that  travelers  and  or/travel  agents contact  the  appropriate  embassy  for  accurate  and  up-to-date  information.
  • Please refer to https://travel.state.gov/content/travel.html for updated information on each            country.Checking and obtaining the necessary/applicable VISA’s for each country visited is the client’s   responsibility.
  • US citizens need to obtain a visa at the port of entry:

          Zimbabwe: Cost is US $ 50 per person and should be paid in cash/US$

          Tanzania & Kenya is $100 and can also be obtained at the port of entry and should also be paid in cash/US$

          No other visa’s are required for USA citizens entering into South Africa, Namibia or Botswana

  • PLEASE NOTE: Unabridged Birth Certificates are required for all minors traveling in Southern Africa. You  as  the  traveller  and/or  your  travel  agent  are  responsible  for  determining  what  documentation  is required,  as  well  as  ensuring  any  such  documentation  including  passports,  visas,  medical  certificates  and unabridged  birth  certificates  are  up  to  date  and  have  been  obtained  before  travel.PLEASE NOTE Unabridged Birth Certificates are required for all minors traveling in Southern Africa


  • Please refer to your health care professional for advise , as well as the CDC for updated information, but typically only malaria prevention medication is advised. Usually, no  other shots are required
  • Please note proof of Yellow fever vaccination where applicable (Kenya and others)


  1. Term & Conditions apply.
  2. Please read through the  FAQ’s
  3. Important travel and baggage allowances information. It is the client’s sole responsibility to familiarize themselves with all the related information.
  4. Cost may vary depending on actual booking dates and currency fluctuations. Airline tickets have been estimated and can vary depending on booking dates, fares and available flights
  5. BOARDING: Full Boarding (Dinner, Bed & Breakfast) / B&B (Bed & Breakfast). Drinks might or might not be included depending in the specific location – please inquire if you need details
  6. Child policy may apply & single occupancy policy apply

They say that all bugs in Africa bite…but the Safari Bug is the worst of them all!

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Land of the walking safaris!

Zambia is a safari enthusiast’s dream with over 30% of the country’s land allocated to National Parks.

Not only is there an array of some of the world’s biggest and best game parks to choose from for a Zambia tour or safari, such as the vast Kafue National Park or the famous South Luangwa, there are also many safari activities available too. Whether it’s a canoeing safari along the game-rich shores of the Lower Zambezi, or following in the footsteps of the pioneers into the Zambian interior on a mobile walking safari through North Luangwa National Park, you are sure to find something in the continent’s spectacular wildlife and scenery to thrill and amaze you.READ MORE ABOUT ZAMBIA

South Luanga Tented Camp

Big game safari days!

A stylishly tented piece of heaven, the Camp is located in the game-heavy central region of the South Luangwa National Park. Nestled under huge ebony trees on the banks of a broad section of the Luangwa River.A friendly, relaxed atmosphere with sweeping river views that will seduce even the most seasoned safari-goer.

Between the baboons chattering above you in the beautiful ebony branches, and the herds of elephants who like to pop into camp for a visit, you’ll stay entertained throughout your unforgettable time here. The beautiful central lounge, built around a fallen ebony tree, is the perfect spot to share your sunrise coffee with other guests while you enjoy birds’ songs calling across the picturesque Luangwa River. Satisfy your palate with brunch in the shade of that charming lounge. Later in the day, enjoy a delicious dinner served on crisp white linens by the scenic river bank. Be sure to alert the staff if your trip includes a birthday or anniversary celebration, and let them pamper you with a special treat, like one of Chef’s delightful soufflés! The attentive and pleasant staff is dedicated to accommodating your needs and ensuring your satisfaction, whether you’d like a romantic candlelit dinner set for two under a bright blanket of stars, or just need a cool towel to refresh you after a game drive.

With only four uniquely spacious octagonal chalets, and one two-bedroom family unit, canvas and thatched chalets are as intimate as they are luxurious.

Recharge after the excitement of your afternoon drive in your uncluttered and meticulously maintained chalet, with its large honeymoon size bed gently draped in mosquito netting and private open-air outdoor facilities featuring flush WC, basin and shower. And when you’re not using those open-air facilities, the local monkeys will jump in and give you a show! If you’re in the mood for something more indulgent, have a soak and a sundowner in the Victorian-style bathtub with a charming view of the river through your own private screened window.

Guides at the camp are known for their dedication to both the guest experience and the wellbeing of the local wildlife. Whether you come across a herd of elephants or a pride of lions, their expert skill and calm response will ensure your safety and enhance your fun, while leaving the animals undisturbed. If you prefer to watch wildlife from the comfort of a hardtop Land Rover, you’ll enjoy it even more when you pause your adventure for a bit of tea and scrumptious cakes served on the hood of the vehicle. Evening drives are as exciting as those in the day, so you night owls will have plenty to keep you entertained. If you wish to view wildlife on foot, you won’t be disappointed by the educational experience, which might include a chat with your guide about the intricacies of the park’s ecosystem, learning to read animal tracks in the sand, or stepping within a few yards of raucous hippos.


Safari in Zambia!

South Luangwa National Park in eastern Zambia, the southernmost of three national parks in the valley of the Luangwa River, is a world-renowned wildlife haven. Concentrations of game along the meandering Luangwa River and its lagoons are amongst the most intense in Africa. The river teems with hippo and crocodile and provides a lifeline for one of the greatest diversities of habitat and wildlife, supporting more than 60 species of mammals and over 400 species of birds. It supports large populations of Thornicroft's giraffe, and herds of elephants and Cape buffaloes often several hundred strong. It is one of the best-known national parks in Africa for walking safaris. Founded as a game reserve in 1938, it became a national park in 1972 and now covers 9,050 km2.

The Park is unfenced and bordered to the west by a steep escarpment and to the east by the Luangwa River. The Luangwa Valley lies at the tail end of the Great African Rift Valley system, which extends 4,000 km all the way from the Red Sea down to the Pungwe River mouth in Mozambique.
British conservationist Norman Carr was influential in setting up the South Luangwa National Park. A man ahead of his time, Norman Carr broke the mold of track-and-hunt safari and created conservation-based tourism.
In the 1950s, he persuaded the Paramount Chief to set aside a portion of tribal land as a Game Reserve and built the first game viewing camp open to the public in Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia). Guests shot with cameras and not rifles; thus, the South Luangwa became the home of the photographic and walking safari. Profits from this remote photographic camp in the bush went back into community and eco-tourism in Africa was born. Norman Carr Safaris continues to follow his legacy across Zambia by empowering the local community.
The park spans two ecoregions, both of them woodland savannah, distinguished by the dominant tree: Southern Miombo woodlands cover the higher slopes of the valley, while Zambezian and Mopane woodlands cover the bottom of the valley. The Mopane tree tolerates the higher temperatures and lower rainfall found at lower elevations than miombo trees which are found on the higher plateau. Within these woodland savannahs are larger patches of grassland, so that grazers such as zebra and leaf browsers such as giraffe are found in profusion in the same areas. Patches of flooded grassland habitats (floodplains) are found close to the river, on which hippopotamus graze at night. Their dung released into the river fertilizes its waters and sustains the fish population which in turn sustains the crocodiles.

The Luangwa valley, continued to the west by the Lunsemfwa River valley, contains some varieties of animals such as Cookson's wildebeest and Crawshay's zebra which are endemic or near-endemic to the valley. It also represents something of a natural barrier to human migration and transport, no roads cross it and this has helped conserve its wildlife.

Lower Luangwa Valley Camp

Big game safari days!

A small and intimate camp set in the shade of some tall African ebony trees, perched on the bank of a winding section of the Luangwa River!

At the center of camp, just yards away from the riverbank and enclosed on three sides by a waist-high reed wall, is the main area. Here you will find contemporary furniture, such as hanging wicker chairs, molded wooden stools and low-slung sofas, is set on sandy floors, reinforcing the camp's rustic feel. A dining table is surrounded by directors' chairs, and there's a well-stocked bar and small library, too. The high thatched ceiling provides a convenient roosting place for epauleted fruit bats, which you'll often spot hanging from the rafters.

Overlooking the river, the campfire is lit in the mornings to cook porridge and toast at breakfast, and in the evening as a gathering place for pre-dinner drinks. Away from the river, a thatched building on stilts serves both as a hide, with a vantage point overlooking a small lagoon where animals often come to drink in the heat of the day, and as a shady lunch spot.

Only 3 spacious chalets, each set well apart, with uninterrupted views of the river and to the Nchindeni Hills beyond.
Each is thatched, and raised about 2 yards off the ground on a timber platform. There are reed walls on three sides but the front of the bedroom is completely open, leading to a private viewing deck where comfortable chairs face the river. Although still very African in style the interiors are both contemporary and chic. Black mosquito netting works well with the neutral color scheme and high-quality but simple furniture. Each room has a king-size bed, or two small double four-posters A curtained doorway leads through to an open-air, en-suite bathroom, where a low front wall ensures a great view over the Luangwa River. Each bathroom has double basins, a flush toilet and a large open 'his and hers' shower. Discreet solar panels behind each chalet provide lighting and hot water.

Activities in camp consist of walking safaris, day and night game drives in a variety of environments, including riverine forest, mopane woodland and open floodplains. These attract a diversity of wildlife, from plains game such as Crawshay's zebra and impala, to wetland animals like puku and waterbuck, as well as the shyer species that prefer the riverine thickets, like kudu and leopard.


Land of the walking safaris!

Zambia is a safari enthusiast’s dream with over 30% of the country’s land allocated to National Parks.

Not only is there an array of some of the world’s biggest and best game parks to choose from for a Zambia tour or safari, such as the vast Kafue National Park or the famous South Luangwa, there are also many safari activities available too. Whether it’s a canoeing safari along the game-rich shores of the Lower Zambezi, or following in the footsteps of the pioneers into the Zambian interior on a mobile walking safari through North Luangwa National Park, you are sure to find something in the continent’s spectacular wildlife and scenery to thrill and amaze you.READ MORE ABOUT ZAMBIA

Livingstone Area Lodge

Victoria Falls activities!

Set under shady trees, the secluded camp mixes romance and exclusivity and makes for an excellent honeymoon or romantic holiday retreat. Sit back and soak up the magnificent views of the Zambezi River gliding by.

Enjoy doing as much or as little as you want although there are plenty of activities on offer. This secluded camp combines exclusivity with the genuine warmth and hospitality of Zambia and its people.

Revel in doing as much or as little as you like in this extraordinary location only 15km upstream from Victoria Falls – one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and the world’s largest sheet of falling water. Victoria Falls is the adventure capital of Africa with a wide range of white-knuckle activities - like rafting, bungee jumping and bridge swinging - to choose from. You can also head out on nature and bird watching walks, 4X4 game drives in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park or boat cruises on the Zambezi in search of elephant and hippo. Visit local markets and villages for gifts and souvenirs and of course be sure to visit 'The Smoke that Thunders' - Victoria Falls, which is best viewed up close.

A wide range of activities are on offer during your stay, for example: early morning game drive, drift down the Zambezi River on a Sunset Cruise, a romantic Sampan dinner floating out on the river. Enjoy a private Sand Bar lunch. Community minded? Do visit Tujatane school. Our students are officially amongst the best performers in Zambia, regularly winning national drama, poetry, and traditional dancing competitions, and they’d love the chance to show off their skills. Meet he friendly Zambian people of Simonga Village or visit the Livingstone museum!
Explore the Maramba market & Mukuni park where hundreds of people of the Livingstone area gather daily to display and trade goods.
Did someone say fishing? The Zambezi make a serene angling destination
The lavish accommodation caters for guests of all persuasions, with en-suite river cottages and open-plan stone and thatch houses suited for families, couples and friends. Several houses include infinity plunge pools and open-air sunken baths on terraces with mesmerizing river views – perfect for dining and unwinding. Otherwise, opt for the Honeymoon House or spend a night in the Tree House amongst the birds. Delight in Zambian cuisine!

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