8 days from £2985pp plus international flights.
When not out wildlife viewing you'll have time to unwind in camp. These properties are small, accommodating a maximum of between ten and fourteen guests, so you won't be part of a crowd. each camp has an attractive central area where you'll dine, chat and relax, Two have pools and from all you'll be able to watch animals as they gather at the river or lagoon to drink.
This holiday is run by Robin Pope Safaris, one of Zambia's best known and respected safari operators who've been in business since 1986. They are committed to offering their guests the very best safari experience and their staff and guides take great pride in their work, so you'll be in the best of hands.
Note: This is a sample itinerary. These three camps can be combined in any order you wish to form your own eight day holiday. We'll be happy to help you plan the perfect safari. Please note that these small camps tend to book up well in advance.
Guide price from (pp sharing): £2985 (ex. international flights)
Price notes: 22 Jan to 31 March 2017: £2,985 pp sharing.
Full board accommodation, flights Lusaka-Mfuwe-Lusaka; guide/ranger for walks, local drinks, park fees, activities, airport transfers, laundry.
International flights and taxes, domestic flight taxes, visa, travel insurance, premium drinks, tips, personal expenses.
Getting there: You need to fly into and out of Lusaka. Flights will cost from about £900 pp. British Airways no longer fly into Lusaka, so the best way to get here now is via Johannesburg. We can help you with your flights and will get the best possible price for yo.
Departure dates: This green season holiday can depart on any day of your choice between 22nd January and the 31st March 2016, subject to camp availability.
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Time: GMT +2 hours
Flight time: Flights from Europe to Lusaka take about 10 hours. Lusaka International Airport is about 25km from the city centre (about 30 minutes transfer).
Language: Zambia's official language is English, but outside of the cities few people speak it.
Visas: Visas are required for most nationalities, although a waiver can normally be organized in advance for British citizens.
Health: This is a malarial country.