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Wild Zambia

Zambia & Victoria Falls

10 days from $12,195 per person

* Based on double occupancy, incl. taxes & fuel surcharges, restrictions apply.

1 Night Lusaka 3 Nights South Luangwa 3 Nights Lower Zambezi 2 Nights Livingstone, Zambia

Discover the land of the legendary African walking safari, Victoria Falls, the wild Zambezi River, abundant wildlife, and raw wilderness. Spectacular waterways provide thrilling wildlife sightings and a leisurely playground of activities for all ages.


How Your Trip Matters

Experience one of the last few untouched wildernesses. Explore the “Valley of the Leopard,” help protect the diversity of landscapes, and walk amongst Thornicroft giraffe and endangered white rhinos.


Explore Zambia's wild, untouched landscapes with your "Walking Team" while seeing endemic wildlife like the Thornicroft's giraffe.

Discover three iconic Zambia destinations while enjoying a wide range of day and night game drives.

Experience Victoria Falls and enjoy a walking safari in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, home to closely guarded white rhino.

Enjoy many adventures including canoeing, boating safaris, birding, tiger fishing, yoga and sunset cruises.



MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experiences are conscious travel experiences chosen with great care based on the positive social or environmental impact they have both on their communities, and on those who experience them: our guests. You can identify these experiences across our trips by locating the MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience seal.


1. Latitude 15°

Lusaka, Zambia

Situated in Lusaka on a tree-lined avenue near the National Assembly of Zambia, the cosmopolitan boutique hotel with 18 rooms prides itself on its attention to detail and support of emerging local talent.   Statement interiors are created by local communities using recycled, upcycled and sustainable materials.  Soothing stylish bedrooms offer sumptuous beds, walk-in showers, full-sized baths, inviting sofas, flat-screen TV’s, Nespresso coffee machines, complimentary still and sparkling mineral water, and free Wi-Fi.

There is a restaurant, bar, lounge, poolside terrace and a private members’ club – The Other Side – which offers all hotel guests a separate dining, drinking, networking and socializing den, a heated pool, a gym, and spa.

2. Chikunto Safari Lodge

South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

Enjoy your unique location in the “Valley of the Leopard” within the South Luangwa National Park. The park is famous for its high density of game and absence of game-viewing traffic. There is plenty of space and time to relax in one of the tented suites.  Flanked by rolling plains and plateaus, the intimate lodge enjoys sweeping views of the Luangwa River which you can enjoy from your raised outdoor deck. If you’re feeling social the inviting firepit provides an ideal space to gather for a cocktail. The main lodge under thatch houses a cozy bar and dining area. Take time to admire the stunning black and white photos from photographer Patrick Bentley. The salt-water swimming pool (no chlorine) has a counter-current system perfect for exercise or a stunning photo op.  

3. Sausage Tree Camp

Lower Zambezi National Park

Sausage Tree Camp is set in the most stunning location on the banks of the Zambezi River in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park's best game viewing area.  Voted "Best Location in Africa" 2016 the camp overlooks an expanse of narrow channels and low set reed islands teeming with game, with the magnificent Zambezi escarpment as the backdrop.

Guaranteed private guiding, activities include day and night game drives, walking safaris, canoeing, boating and fishing.

With a maximum of 18 guests accommodated in 7 "Luxury Suites" consist of lounge & dining areas, large deck and private plunge pool. The Kigelia family tent is made up of 2 ensuite bedrooms joined together by an open plan dining and lounge area with its own private plunge pool.

4. Tongabezi Lodge

Zambia, Livingstone

Tongabezi is a privately owned and run luxury lodge, which combines romance and exclusivity with warm and attentive service. Each house and cottage has its own valet who takes care of guests throughout their stay. All the rooms are air-conditioned and feature expansive decks to take in the views of the river. Each is individually styled, with its own signature 'Made in Zambia' style that extends to both the interior and outdoor spaces. This ideal setting is complete with a dining deck and swimming pool. The Lookout and Hangout spaces, perched overlooking the Zambezi River, are the ultimate chill out zones. Well-presented cuisine with an indigenous flair will tantalize the taste buds. Join fellow guests for a hosted dinner or enjoy private service on your deck. For the adventurous, venture a little further afield for a Sampan dinner, in the middle of the Zambezi River, and have each course delivered to you by canoe. Let the romanticism of Africa capture you, as you are serenaded by the music of the river and the twinkle of the stars. 




Day 1. Arrive in Lusaka, Zambia

From Lusaka Airport, transfer to your stylish boutique hotel on a tree-lined avenue. You're instantly invited to explore Africa's contemporary art scene with curated works from locals or connect in socializing dens and bars that stimulate connection. If there's time join a local to explore the nearby art galleries and shops.

You're instantly invited to explore Africa's contemporary art scene with curated works from locals or connect in socializing dens and bars that stimulate connection. If there's time join a local to explore the nearby art galleries and shops.

Latitude 15°


Day 2. South Luangwa National Park

Today you fly to one of the world’s greatest wildlife sanctuaries, the South Luangwa. Upon landing in Mfuwe, you will be met and driven to your lodge perfectly situated within the national park. Take in the wildness of the location before your orientation game drive. The concentration of animals around the Luangwa River and its oxbow lagoons is among the most intense in Africa. (BLD)

Chikunto Safari Lodge


Day 3. South Luangwa National Park

Known for its big cat sightings, the park is often referred to as the Valley of the Leopard. After a thrilling game drive with the absence of game viewing traffic, relax in the salt-water swimming pool with counter-current system. Feel refreshed as you venture out on a night game drive to try to spot leopards prowling. (BLD)

Chikunto Safari Lodge


Day 4. South Luangwa National Park

Head out with your guiding team to experience the original walking safari, a “heart thumping” way to get close to nature and feel Africa’s pulse.Spot the Thornicroft giraffe and Cookson wildebeest endemic to Zambia. In the evening, watch the sun sink below the horizon at the main lodge or escape to a private sky bed. (BLD)

Chikunto Safari Lodge


Day 5. South Luangwa National Park / Lower Zambezi National Park

Take flight to your next location in the rugged remoteness of the Lower Zambezi National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage Site home to some of the best wildlife sightings in the world. Famous for its leopard population and elephant herds, this amazing destination offers a variety of land and water experiences. (BLD)

Sausage Tree Camp


Day 6. Lower Zambezi National Park

Wake up feeling like royalty in your spacious Bedouin-style tent. Set out on a scenic boat cruise to view the large hippo pods and the lions sunning themselves on the banks above you. For the keen fisherman the Zambezi offers the challenge of fishing for tiger fish. Later this evening, sit out by the boma enjoying an evening cocktail watching a stunning African sunset. (BLD)

Sausage Tree Camp


Day 7. Lower Zambezi National Park

Listen to the rustling of the leaves in the mahogany trees as you cool off with a dip in the pool. Sit out on the large deck and marvel at the elephants that wander by. If you want to see what is happening on the opposite shore of the Zambezi River, simply look through the camp’s high-powered scope and you may see male impala rutting, elephants on their hind legs reaching for berries or even a massive crocodile basking in the sun. (BLD)

Sausage Tree Camp


Day 8. Lower Zambezi National Park / Livingstone, Zambia

Incredible experiences await as you fly to Livingstone and nearby legendary Victoria Falls. Cruise down one of Africa’s grandest rivers on a private boat listening to the cry of an African fish eagle or comical chortling of nearby hippos. (BLD)

Tongabezi Lodge


Day 9. Livingstone, Zambia

Daily excursions to see Victoria Falls (Zambian side), river cruises, cultural visits to the local communities, fishing expeditions, canoeing, and game drives are all included. Walking and tracking the endangered white rhino in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is a must. When you are not out enjoying the area, relax at the sparkling infinity pool that is set in the wooden deck with an uninterrupted visual connection to the water. Or escape to your own private pool. (BLD)

Tongabezi Lodge


Day 10. Livingstone, Zambia / Depart

Wrap up your Zambia adventure as you fly back to Lusaka for your international flight or onward arrangements. (B)



Land Arrangements (Price per person)

Departure Dates May 1, 2024 - May 31, 2024
Share Twin/Double From $12,195
Single Room Supplement Starting From: On Request
Departure Dates Jul 1, 2024 - Sep 30, 2024
Share Twin/Double From $14,695
Single Room Supplement Starting From: On Request

**Surcharges Apply .

Air Arrangements (Internal Airfare)

Lusaka - Mfuwe - Jeki - Lusaka - Livingstone - Lusaka

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