The wild & intriguing nation of Zambia is the home of the walking safari. It is considered one of the most visited locations in Africa. Mosi Oa Tunya National Park has been listed among UNESCO's World Heritage sites! It's famous for being the home of Victoria Falls and where the Zambezi River takes a huge plunge. The Kafue National Park is the largest in the world, and it spans, and it spans an area of around 22,500 square km. Choose this 13-day luxury tour of Zambia to experience the adventure you have always desired!
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Meet your private guide at Victoria Falls airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. Stroll around the city's lanes and soak in the city's brilliant vibe, culture, and architecture. Enjoy the serene natural environment that is present in the place and feel the cool air. Following that, enjoy a lavish dinner at a premium restaurant before retiring to your resort for the night.
Day 2: Arrival at Mosi Oa Tunya National Park
Visit the Mosi Oa Tunya National Park, listed in UNESCO's World Heritage sites. It's famous for being the home of Victoria Falls and where the Zambezi River takes a huge plunge. And, from a distance of more than 20 kilometers, you can see the mist of the enraged waters. It's not really a big park, but you will still experience an incredibly huge wildlife diversity here. And you can easily spot them here because of the park's small size.
Day 3: Safari at Mosi Oa Tunya
Today, enjoy an early breakfast before your guide drives you in a safari vehicle to see a variety of giraffes, antelope species, elephants, warthogs, and zebra. And you will also see a large variety of birds here. You can also try swimming in the Devil's Pool if you like being adventurous! But you can only enjoy swimming in Devil's Pool if you visit here between January and August.
Day 4: Stunning Victoria Falls
Today, turn around the Zambezi River which is situated near the Mosi Oa Tunya National Park, and this is where Sanctuary Sussi and Chuma are located. After that, visit the stunning Victoria Falls, which has been deemed as one of the seven wonders of the world, and wonder at the numerous rainbows you find there. Take some memorable photos of the magnificent falls.
Day 5: Heading to South Luangwa National Park
Today, head to the gorgeous South Luangwa National Park. Experience some more wilderness with big and small animals living in the park. South Luangwa National Park is one of Zambia's most visited and amazingly structured parks. Following that, enjoy a lavish dinner and retire to your resort for the night.
Day 6: Natural South Luangwa National Park
Today, enjoy a game drive in the South Luangwa National Park. Enjoy the views of nearly 400 different species of birds and 60 varied species of animals. Also, see a big group of animals, including hippos, puku, leopards, giraffes, elephants, and buffaloes. And, if you want to experience the wilderness of Africa, the best way is a walking safari that helps you experience the natural wonders up close.
Day 7: Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp
Today, move to the Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp, which gives you the perfect scope of game viewing. Go deeper into the wildness of the African subcontinent. Nowhere will you find such an incredible scope to see these giant creatures all in a place. After that, enjoy a delicious snack on the lush green grass before hiking on one of the trails here.
Day 8: Venturing to Lower Zambezi National Park
Today, venture to the Lower Zambezi National Park. The best time to visit the Lower Zambezi National Park is between July and October, which is the dry season of the year. This period is probably considered suitable because during this time, the bushes thin out, making it easy for visitors to spot animals. Each is the opposite of Zimbabwe's popular Mana Pools Reserve to get to this national park. It spans an area of around 4092 square kilometers. Enjoy most of the game around and around the Zambezi River or at the valley's edge.
Day 9: Elephants of Lower Zambezi National Park
Enjoy an early breakfast before your guide drives you in a safari vehicle to spot some amazing wildlife. Be delighted to see some giant herds of elephants, which are more than 100 in number here. Here in this park, you should be heading towards the floodplains if you want to see the best of it.
Day 10: Boat Trip in Lower Zambezi National Park
You can take a boat trip to see the best wildlife density. See the impala, elephant, cheetah, and lion in this forest. Also, get to see more than 400 species of birds here. Enjoy being surrounded by the pristine blue waters and feel the cool air as you glide through to view the amazing wildlife and natural environment.
Day 11: Driving to Kafue National Park
Today, your guide will drive you to the Kafue National Park in a private vehicle. Kafue National Park is the largest park in the world, and it spans, and it spans an area of around 22,500 square km. The best time to visit Kafue National Park is between April to October. This part of the dry season is particularly great for visiting this park. Enjoy an introductory stroll around the park before you retire to your resort for the night.
Day 12: Wildlife in Kafue National Park
Today, enjoy an amazing game drive through the Kafue National Park. Here, it's not actually about quantity but quality. And you cannot miss seeing the Kafue River when you are in the Kafue National Park, which is home to many crocodiles and hippos found in Africa.
Day 13: Departure
Today, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.