Zambia is most known for the iconic Victoria Falls, however, it has plenty to offer visitors. From beautiful safari experiences to boat rides on the wild Zambezi River, Zambia will not disappoint.
Why choose Zambia as a destination?
Amazing guided walking safaris and game drives in South Luangwa.
Learn about the local culture and enjoy delicious cuisine.
With 20 national parks, Zambia is a fantastic Big Five game viewing location.
Take a jaw-dropping helicopter ride over Victoria Falls on the "Flight of Angels". If helicopter rides are not your thing, go bungee jumping or water rafting!
Travel via plane between Victoria Falls and all of Zambia's major national parks.
Take a dip in Victoria Falls "Devil's Pool". Right on the edge of the great waterfall during low-water levels from late September to January, there is a small rock pool that visitors can go for a swim in.
One of South Africa's best-kept secrets, Zambia is a perfect destination to escape to and enjoy the wilderness.
The largest mammal migration on Earth
Offering birders the diversity and excitement of South Luangwa National Park. More than 400 avian species call this vast reserve home. Red-faced yellow billed storks, pelicans and great white egrets wading through muddy waters are easy to spot at the end of the dry season. By November, species from Northern Europe have flocked to the park to enjoy the warmth of rainy season. This makes it an ideal time to find hundreds of carmine bee-eaters gathering along riverbanks
The largest artificial lake in the world. Created in 1958, when the Kariba Dam was built to provide power and electricity to the surrounding areas. Today, a variety of freshwater fish, Nile crocodiles, and even hippopotamuses live in the lake. A variety of unique birds attract avian lovers, too. Visitors can catch spectacular sunsets from lodges nestled along the lake’s edge, and houseboat holidays offer a quiet escape from the hustle of Victoria Falls.
Named after the Kafue River, this reserve is the largest national park in Zambia and the second largest in all of Africa. With a diversity of species in this park this is what draws wildlife tourists to Kafue. Sure, it’s possible to spot the Big Five in the plains of this massive reserve, but the more unique sitatunga, lechwe, and yellow-backed duiker—all members of the antelope family—graze in nearby swamplands. And travellers here are even likely to spot a pack of the highly sought after wild dogs.