• Carmine bee-eaters, South Luangwa, Zambia

    Carmine bee-eaters, South Luangwa, Zambia

    © Matan,Shutterstock

  • Victoria Falls rainbow, Zambia

    Victoria Falls rainbow, Zambia

    © DTemps,Shutterstock

  • Lion cub, Zambia

    Lion cub, Zambia

    © AGMarks

  • Elephant and baby, Zambia

    Elephant and baby, Zambia

    © GAndrey,Shutterstock

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Luxury Safaris in Zambia

A tailor-made safari holiday in Zambia offers wildlife enthusiasts some of the best game viewing in Africa.

Tailor-made safaris in Zambia

The luxury of a Zambia safari lies not only in the fact that you see incredible wildlife in beautiful landscapes, but also that you can stay in stylish remote camps and see few other people. It’s known for walking safaris, and don’t forget to visit Victoria Falls.

We loved the safaris and the sundowners. Highlights were the pride of lions, seeing a leopard kill, the exotic birds, and we found the walking safari thrilling.

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Things to do in Zambia

Zambia is wild and exciting! Come for expertly guided walking safaris, exciting game drives, take a canoe safari on the Zambezi, fly over Victoria Falls in a helicopter, see a bat migration . . . Our Zambia experts tailor-make the right experience just for you.

When to go to Zambia

The best time to come to Zambia for wildlife viewing is the dry season between about June and October as the grasses have died down making wildlife easier to spot, and the animals will also be drawn to steadily dwindling water sources. Having said that, the green season (December to March) is a beautiful, lush time to visit Zambia and it’s excellent for birds. Call for a chat if you’re unsure when to go.

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Impalas on the run, Zambia © Sitayi,Shutterstock
Africa

Facts and information

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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).

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Language

Zambia's official language is English, but outside of the cities few people speak it.

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Time

GMT +2 hours

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Visas

Visas are required for most nationalities, although a waiver can normally be organized in advance for British citizens.

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Health

This is a malarial country.