A. & M.C. & family
"We would all like to thank you very warmly for having organised such a magnificent trip for us. It’s amazing that in all that time (5 weeks) not a thing went wrong, it was perfect organisation all the way."A. & M.C. & family



Zambia Holidays & Safaris

It is the raw physical and spiritual energy that makes Zambia one of Africa’s most thrilling countries to visit. As the churning waters of the Zambezi River disappear into a cauldron of swirling mist, the sheer magnitude and majesty of the Victoria Falls become apparent. Three hundred feet of basalt gorge resonates to the thunder of these life-giving waters as they surge downstream.

Kafue National Park

Kasanka National Park
Livingstone & Victoria Falls
Lower Zambezi National Park
Mobile Walking Safaris
North Luangwa National Park
Shiwa Ng'andu
South Luangwa National Park
The Bangweulu Wetlands

Full camp listing with details coming soon. You can find our recommended camps under country highlights or call us on 01905 731373 for more detailed information.

Steeped in the legends of great explorers, Zambia remains little changed and the spirit of David Livingstone and his contemporaries lives on in this beautiful country lying at the heart of truly wild Africa. Few have ventured here over the years, but for those who have, the rewards are tremendous as it remains, to the cognoscenti, the ultimate bush experience. South Luangwa is the home of the walking safari with some of the continent’s most diverse animal and bird populations living within the lush valley and just a handful of camps.

Further to the west, the remote Kafue National Park boasts the wildlife-rich floodplains of Busanga and a remarkable population of leopard, whilst on the southern border and hugging the contours of the river, lies the Lower Zambezi Valley. This unspoiled wildlife environment of mahogany forest and riverine backwaters is home to large populations of elephant, buffalo, hippos and crocodiles that wallow in its pools.


Zambia Highlights; guideline £5,470pp

Zambia Bush & Beach; guideline £6,485pp




The dry winter season from April to November is generally considered the best time to visit. For those wanting to go on a walking safari then most small bush camps are open from June until October.
A visa is required for UK passport holders.
No mandatory vaccinations are required.
GMT + 2 hours (+ 1 hour during British Summer Time).