Zambia is situated mainly on a vast central plateau. Must-see places such as the Luangwa Valley, Lower Zambezi and Kafue are spectacular parks, with excellent game and are not to be missed. Zambia is home to one of the largest waterfalls in the world, the Victoria Falls, which it shares with neighbouring Zimbabwe.

Zambia’s largest park and Africa’s second largest, the Kafue covers a massive area of 22,500km! Located in Western Zambia this is a remote diverse wilderness not on the usual tourist trail. If you are interested in something adventurous, off the beaten track, uninhabited and wild, this is a destination not to be missed. Kafue is

The Lower Zambezi National Park is located 100km upstream from Victoria Falls and opposite the famous Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe. Previously a private game reserve owned by the President, this is the newest of the National Parks in Zambia. This has resulted in the park being quite protected and underdeveloped, keeping it in

The South Luangwa National Park is home to the original Walking African Safari. South Luangwa is also one of the premier game viewing destinations in Zambia and throughout Africa. Situated far from any major cities South Luangwa is a remote wilderness experience and doesn’t have the mass of tourism associated with it as some other

The Victoria Falls topples over a sheer 100 metre (330 feet) drop. It forms a mile-wide (1,609 metre) curtain of water that is as spectacular as its reputation and more! It can be viewed from numerous viewpoints. It is the widest curtain of falling water in the world, and during the months of February to