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Zambia, the land of the legendary walking safari, offers an authentic and off-the-beaten-path African experience. With the mighty Zambezi River, Zambia’s untamed wilderness is a paradise for nature enthusiasts and thrill-seekers alike. This unspoiled gem promises a raw and intimate connection with nature and its wildlife.



Zambia’s climate is characterized by a wet and dry season. The best time to visit is during the dry winter months from May to October when wildlife congregates around the Luangwa River in South Luangwa National Park and Lower Zambezi National Park. This period also offers excellent opportunities for walking safaris, one of Zambia’s unique offerings. For a more exclusive experience, the shoulder months of May and October are perfect, with fewer crowds and pleasant weather.



    • Zambia’s parks and reserves are relatively speaking less visited then its immediate neighbours, providing a more intimate and authentic safari experience away from the crowds. Considered to be the pioneer for walking safaris Zambians take this endeavor very seriously and deliver in spade loads. 
    • Lower Zambezi National Park: Experience thrilling canoe safaris and game drives. We often say to our guests that it’s the animals that people comes to Africa to see yet it is the trees that most often impress. It’s the ancient trees of much of Zambia that never fail to inspire awe.
    • South Luangwa National Park: South Luangwa National Park’s combination of walking safaris, exceptional predator sightings, abundant wildlife, and serene landscapes make it an exceptional destination for those seeking an unforgettable and authentic safari experience in the heart of Africa’s wild and untamed wilderness.