A true oasis of wilderness

In these natural spaces, predators and prey prowl around unfenced campsites, the night invites you to share stories around a campfire *and the human footprint is conspicuous by its absence.

Travelling in Zambia allows you to explore remote and fascinating places, filled with wildlife as astonishingly diverse as in all of southern Africa. One day you can canoe down a wide, placid river, and the next day you can do waterrafting down the raging rapids of the Zambezi, near the world-famous Victorias Falls


The Luangwa Valley is Zambia’s wildlife haven and one of the best animal sanctuaries in Africa. In the dry season you’ll have a better chance of spotting animals as they congregate near rivers or water sources while predators lie in wait. Considered the birthplace of walking safaris, Luangwa South National Park is one of the continent’s wildest and most unspoilt game reserves. Here you can experience an authentic safari experience and be enthralled by the wilderness. Translated with (free version)


If you follow the Zambezi downstream from Victoria Falls you will come to one of Africa’s most intact conservation areas: theLower Zambezi National Park.

It may not be the largest or most biodiverse park in Zambia, but its wild and unexplored character makes it a very worthwhile safari destination. The park’s roads, which wind through its forests and savannahs, are unpaved, so the best way to experience the park is on foot or by canoe…..



Stretching over 22,400 square kilometres, Kafue National Park is the fifth largest national park in Africa and, as such, the repertoire of experiences on offer is as broad as its diverse ecosystem. This park still has plenty of untouched savannah for intrepid travellers to explore. The Busanga Plains are undoubtedly one of the best places to spot wildlife.


The Victoria Falls, a World Heritage Site on the Zambezi River, is the natural border between Zambia and Zimbabwe at almost 1,700 metres, making it the longest waterfall in the world..