Zambia Safari Tour and Lodging Guide
Zambia Safari Tours offer great appeal for those who want to experience the real Africa. The wilderness and rugged beauty of Zambia's wildlife sanctuaries attract many adventurous souls.
Favourite stalking grounds for the avid Zambia safari enthusiast are the wildlife reserves of South Luangwa and Kafue National Park, while the Lower Zambezi Valley is a tapestry of waterways, and magnificent fauna and flora.
Zambia Safari Lodges
With a selection of luxury tented camps and Zambia safari lodges, you will have a base from which to explore all this African safari destination has to offer. Popular Zambia safari lodge locations include South Luangwa, Lower Zambezi National Park, Kafue, Zambezi River
Safari in Kafue National Park
Kafue National Park is the oldest and largest national park in Zambia. Renowned for its wildlife which includes 4 of the Big 5 (Leopard, Lion, Elephant, Buffalo) and prolific bird life. Activities include day and night game drives, boating, hot air balloon safaris and walking safaris.
Safari in South Luangwa
South Luangwa National Park is where the walking safari was born. Experience the art of combining comfortable bush accommodation with thrilling Zambia walking safaris led by specialist guides. As one of Africa's greatest wildlife havens, you can experience amazing wildlife viewings.
Elephant Back Safari in Zambia
By far, the most novel way of safari, is on an Elephant back safari. It would be a pity to come this far, and not saddle up and head out into the bush, or along the Zambezi River bank. See the wilderness from a unique vantage point on the backs of these gentle giants.
Visit Victoria Falls
The majestic Victoria Falls straddle the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is one of the Wonders of the World and proves to be a highlight on any Zambia safari. See our selection of Victoria Falls hotels and holiday packages Experience a Zambia wildlife safari combined with a visit to the mighty Vic Falls.
Lower Zambezi National Park
The beauty of the Lower Zambezi National Park is its state of absolute wilderness. Lying in the Lower Zambezi Valley between the rolling hills of the hazy escarpment and the Zambezi River, it is sprinkled with reed islands, which are home and feeding ground for many animals.
Map of Zambia
If you are planning on driving yourself you may want to familiarize yourself with the locations of the various national parks and areas using this useful Map of Zambia. Road transfers or flights are included in most of our Zambia package holidays.
Best Time to Visit Zambia
The best time to visit Zambia is dependent upon which area of the country you are heading for, as weather patterns vary over diastance. The information is offered as a guideline, as weather patterns and wildlife rhythms are never predictable and can never be guaranteed at a specific time or in a specific area. Speak to our Siyabona Destination Sepcialists for advice on the best time for a Zambia safari tour.