Nile Monitor Safari

Nile Monitor Safari: costs

Include:
Starts/ends:
Lusaka
Stays at:

Cost of this trip

From To Cost
1-Apr-201424-May-2014US$2,847
25-May-201431-May-2014US$2,886
1-Jun-201430-Jun-2014US$3,233
1-Jul-20148-Oct-2014US$3,615
9-Oct-201427-Oct-2014US$3,615
28-Oct-201431-Oct-2014US$3,615
1-Nov-201415-Nov-2014US$2,965
16-Nov-201430-Nov-2014US$2,847

Notes

  • The prices shown are per person sharing; call us for single person supplements.
  • It is very easy to change the duration of this trip by a few days, either staying longer at the safari camps, or shortening it by one or two days. Contact us to discuss the options.
  • All travellers entering South Africa on their way to or from Zambia will be asked to produce a Yellow Fever Certificate (unless in possession of a valid waiver certificate). This includes in-transit passengers as well as those staying overnight in South Africa. If you are visiting Zambia and passing through South Africa please make sure that you have been vaccinated against Yellow Fever and that you travel with all your documentation. For travellers flying direct to and from Zambia as in this Nile Monitor Safari itinerary, it is not a requirement to have the vaccination. However it is still recommend in case of a medical emergency and you need to be evacuated to South Africa. Please contact your GP or nearest Travel Clinic for more information.

This safari includes

  • All meals whilst in South Luangwa National Park, breakfast and dinner whilst in Lusaka.
  • Current park fees.
  • All safari activities, including walking safaris and 4WD safaris in open safari vehicles.
  • Drinks (excluding premium brands) are included from June to October at Kafunta River Lodge and Island Bush Camp; outside of these months, drinks are extra.
  • Laundry whilst at Kafunta and Island Bush Camp (including all soft drinks, house wines and local beers and spirits).
  • A complimentary copy of Zambia: the Bradt Travel Guide, written by Expert Africa's Chris McIntyre.

This safari excludes

  • Economy flights with British Airways between London and Lusaka, plus UK airport departure taxes.
  • Champagne, specially imported spirits, fine vintage wines and similarly exotic alcoholic drinks (for which all safari camps and hotels will charge extra).
  • Zambian airport departure taxes which are currently US$11 per person per flight for internal flights and US$25 per person for international flight departures. These are payable locally and in US dollars.
  • Zambian visa fees which at present are US$50 per person for a single entry and US$80 per person for a double entry when travelling on a UK or US passport.