The home of the walking safari.
Zambia remains one of the most uncommercial safari destinations in Africa, with the highest proportion of smaller family-run lodges. Famous for its walking and night safaris, this landlocked country is quickly becoming the top destination for the safari purist.
Zambia’s most famous safari destinations are located in the Luangwa Valley, across the Lower Zambezi and in the Kafue river in the west. Visiting the country also offers an opportunity to see Africa’s most famous attraction, the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls.
The ever popular night safari gives visitors the opportunity to see leopards and other big cats on the hunt, as well as some of the more elusive nocturnal animals such as pangolin and porcupine.
Quickly becoming known as Africa’s most exciting safari destination, Zambia appeals to the more adventurous traveller. The walking safaris offered by many lodges often include approaching potentially dangerous animals such as lions and elephants.