Region: Zambia

Livingstone and Victoria Falls

Livingstone is the airport hub for visits to the magnificent Victoria Falls from the Zambian side of the Zambezi River and beyond.

Waterberry Lodge

Overlooks the Zambezi River and the game park beyond.


Truly the Big One

Chongwe River Camp

Nestled in a grove of winterthorn trees, Chongwe River Camp is set on the banks of lower Zambezi River.


One of Zambia’s early safari lodges, Chinzombo is wildly luxurious. It brings style and sophistication the Luangwa Valley.

Off the beaten track in Zambia

An intense experience into the wild and remote Busanga Plains followed by a quiet wind down on the edges of the Zambezi.

North Luangwa National Park

The North Luangwa is a naturally beautiful and wild park to the north of the South Luangwa National Park.

Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park is one of Africa’s most substantial parks. Although it’s only a few hours by road from Lusaka, it’s relatively untouched by tourism.

The Islands of Siankaba

Located 24 miles upstream of the Zambezi River and a 90-minute drive from Victoria Falls.

Bangweulu Wetlands

Access into Bangweulu is a little awkward but it’s a real highlight for committed birders.


Known for it’s panoramic Luangwa views and excellent walking trails Kakuli Bushcamp is located on a high river bank near a permanent waterhole.

Nsefu Camp

Built in 1951, Nsefu was the original safari camp in the Luangwa’s Mfuwe area. Renowned for walking safaris and superb hospitality.


Robin Pope’s first safari camp. Now a superbly elegant and understated offering in the South Luangwa….


Classic Wilderness Safaris camp built on an island of fig trees in the vast “Plains of Plenty” in the north Kafue

Lower Zambezi National Park

Lower Zambezi National Park Lying on the banks of the Lower Zambezi River, this park is a real gem. The park lies opposite the famous Mana Pools National Park, in Zimbabwe. Together they form a massive wild habitat. Fig and ebony trees fringe the river’s edge. Mahogany trees provide year-long shade and fruit for Meyers … Continued

Toka Leya

A great choice to stay to avoid the hurly-burly of the central area around Victoria Falls with the constant buzz of helicopters and boats.

Kasanka National Park

Due to the remoteness of the park, it is not the most economical of places to visit. Access is either by road transfer, self-drive or with a private driver, or by air.
There are only two accommodation options, both of which are relatively low key and functional. Game drives, walking and boating coupled with viewing from the hide are the activities available. The best time to visit to see the bat migration is from October to December.


The wilderness areas protect seriously spectacular wildlife. One of the most significant benefits of visiting Zambia is the lack of tourists.