10 days from £3495pp plus international flights.
A great value Zambia safari spending 6 days wildlife viewing in South Luangwa National Park followed by 3 days at Victoria Falls.
Here at Tribes we rate South Luangwa National Park as one of our top spots for viewing African wildlife. Not only is the wildlife here diverse and prolific, including wonderful birdlife, strong lion prides, excellent leopard sightings plus a great range of other wildlife, but it is also a very beautiful park with some very large old trees amongst the grasslands and the Luangwa River snaking through. The park is also the birthplace of walking safaris, and the guiding here is second to none.
So, if you want some of the best African wildlife, a week in South Luangwa should be high on your list. Normally of course, this comes at a very high price, but this trip is really excellent value, so unless you are thinking of camping or travelling here in the green season (December-May when prices are much lower), this trip will be hard to beat.
When you combine this safari with 3 days to see the stunning Victoria Falls and enjoy the many activities you can do here, this becomes an African holiday which many travellers will just love.
Guide price from (pp sharing): £3495 (ex. international flights)
Price notes: 2017 guide price pp sharing: 25 May-30 June £3495. July-October £3750.
Meet and greet in Lusaka airport on initial arrival; domestic flights from Lusaka-Mfuwe-Lusaka-Livingstone; airport transfers at Mfuwe and Livingstone; twin share accommodation; full board at Kafunta River Lodge and Island Bushcamp; breakfast a Maramba River Lodge; twice daily game viewing activities at Kafunta and Island Bushcamp.
International flights and taxes; visa; drinks; meals not shown; activities in Livingstone; tips; personal expenses.
Getting there: This trips begins in Mfuwe, Zambia and ends in Livingstone, Zambia. Ideally this most conveniently fits in with flying into Lusaka, then departing from Livingstone via Johannesburg. If you fly in and out of Lusaka you will need an overnight in Lusaka on your last night due to flight timings.
Departure dates: As a private tailor made holiday you can take this at any time you like, subject to availability and camp open times. The bushcamp on this Zambia safari is open from about 1st June to the end of October.
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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.