The safari parks of Zambia are thrillingly remote, with intense concentrations of game.
South Luangwa is a park adored by safari enthusiasts. There are very few parks in Africa with as high a density of animals and such pristine, truly wild wilderness areas – yet so few tourists.
The Lower Zambezi is one of Africa’s most beautiful wildlife areas. Nestled between the Zambezi itself and the escarpment beyond, the Lower Zambezi is a stunning park with a wide choice of safari activities.
Kafue is a vast national park, one of Africa’s largest. Lesser known than the Luangwa and the Lower Zambezi, Kafue has a fraction of the number of visitors, yet has increasingly good concentrations of game, and a diverse range of habitats to explore.
The North Luangwa is a walking destination only. Remote and truly wild, this park is probably the quietest national park we operate in. There is only one camp here, but many walking enthusiasts claim it is the best in the country.