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Zambia
Zambia is a relatively secret safari destination, a jewel of a country with extraordinary wildlife encounters but far fewer guests than Kenya and Tanzania. The South Luangwa has the richest game and is the birthplace of the walking safari. We also love the vast wilderness of Kafue - fabulous for birding - and the migratory marvel of Liuwa Plains.
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Victoria Falls
Mosi-oa-Tunya - better known as Victoria Falls - means “the smoke which thunders”. It’s an apt description for one of Africa’s most dramatic sites, as you will hear the roar and feel the spray on your face even before the falls come into view.
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Three Great Rivers
Where there is water, there is life. Zambia’s three riverine arteries - the Zambezi, the Luangwa, and the Kafue - are all distinct in geography and character, but together they nourish not only the country’s landscapes, but its people, flora and fauna as well.
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Birding in Zambia
Birders rejoice! Zambia is a feathered heaven. The Upper Zambezi alone has more than 400 species and nationwide, that figure almost doubles. From button quail to barbet, fairy flycatcher to flufftail, you’ll be ticking birds off your life list faster than you can write.
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Home of the Walking Safari
Zambia’s Luangwa Valley is the birthplace of the walking safari, pioneered by the legendary Norman Carr. There’s no other way you’ll feel closer to the natural world than when you walk with a guide by day and sleep in a bush camp by night.
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Canoe Safari
Feel the adrenaline pulse through your veins as you paddle across the Zambezi’s pristine surface. Your expert guides will carefully navigate the languid waterways, slipping past sleepy pods of hippo and sunbathing crocodile unnoticed. This is a thrilling way to feel the pulse of life on the river.