Discover Zambia

Zambia is one of the most exciting safari destinations in Africa, with a definite emphasis on walking safaris. The South Luangwa National Park is the hub for walking safaris, famous for its Ox Bow lagoons and high concentration of animal and bird species. The other major parks are the beautiful Lower Zambezi National Park, the very large and wild Kafue National Park and the remote North Luangwa National Park.

Explore Zambia

Zambia is a safari enthusiast’s dream. Not only is there an array of some of the world’s biggest and best game parks to choose from, there are many safari experiences and activities available too.

Travel Itineraries In Zambia

Whether it’s a canoeing safari along the game-rich shores of the Lower Zambezi, or a walking safari in South Luangwa National Park, you are sure to find something in Zambia to thrill and amaze you.

Wonderful Places To Stay In Zambia

From luxurious riverside lodges and stylish tented safari camps, to rustic and remote bush camps, experience the true Zambia in comfort & style.

And then of course there is the Victoria Falls, described by the local tribesman as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ - ‘the Smoke that Thunders’, in reference to the colossal columns of spray. The Victoria Falls are a spectacular sight and one of the undoubted natural wonders of the world, over a width of nearly 2 km.

The Victoria Falls area is also rapidly becoming known as one of the ‘Adventure Centres’ of Southern Africa with various adrenaline sports, breathtaking scenery and many other leisure options for outdoor lovers.

Some of the lodges and activities in South Luangwa are seasonal, but Zambia is a good year round safari destination offering walking, vehicular drives, boating activities, canoeing and more. It is one of the best safari experiences in Africa, with a particularly high standard of guiding. A popular combination is with Lake Malawi, often used for ‘R&R’ after a safari.

Zambia Travel Tips

We’ve put together a useful range of travel tips for Zambia which you can find here. For additional travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) please visit