Covering some 4000 square kilometres of woodland savannah, the Lower Zambezi National Park is home to buffalo, lion, leopard, elephant, a variety of antelopes, crocodiles and hippos – all of which are concentrated primarily along the base of the valley. Bird lovers can rest assured that the area is home to a rich variety and abundance of local birdlife. On the other side of the river is Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools Reserve, which means that the whole area is a protected haven for wildlife.

During the rainy season, the full river forms a network of streams and grassy islands – much like Botswana’s Okavango Delta. As in the Delta, a canoe safari is the best way to get up close to the animals that frequent the marshes and pools. Lodges in the lower Zambezi also offer Tiger fishing, game drives and walking safaris, so there is no shortage of adventure to be had.


Lower Zambezi Canoe Safari

The ultimate Lower Zambezi canoe adventure done in comfort. The tour explores the Zambezi valley by canoe, boat and vehicle giving visitors the opportunity to see the Zambezi Valley in...

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Zambia Highlights Luxury Safari

This safari covers two of the premier parks in Zambia – The South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi plus Livingstone, home to the spectacular Victoria Falls. The Luangwa Valley, which marks...

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Zambia Flying Safari

A combination of the two best wildlife arenas in Zambia. Fly off to the Lower Zambezi NP where you will enjoy four days of adventure. Explore a myriad wonders on game...

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Zimbabwe Camping Adventure

Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful countries on the sub-continent, Zimbabwe can boast of spectacular features including ancient ruins from an unknown past, one of the largest rivers in Africa...

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Zambia: No More Yellow Fever Needed

It is with much delight that we share the exciting news of Yellow Fever certification being lifted (with immediate effect) for travel between Zambia and its regional neighbours, South Africa and Botswana. This follows the recent announcement by the World Health Organisation (WHO) of declaring Zambia yellow fever free. One less requirement to remember and process! Coupled with the recently introduced Kaza Univisa (common tourist visa for Zambia/Zimbabwe), the lifting of the yellow fever certification means regional combination safaris/trips will be so […]

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