Safari holidays in Northern Zambia attract ‘Old Africa Hands’ who come for the area’s remote and often magical places– which are seldom included in more conventional Zambia safaris.
Our trips here typically focus on Kasanka National Park, the Bangweulu Wetlands and Shiwa Ng’andu – and are usually best undertaken during the dry season, from about May to October. Having said that, for the best chance of close shoebill sightings in Bangweulu, consider a safari holiday earlier in the year, between about January and April.
Group or individual trip |
Fruit Bat Safari
| 7 days|Individual trip
This safari starts in the South Luangwa National Park, then moves up into northern Zambia to visit Kasanka National Park to experience one of the largest mammal migrations on earth, with over 10 million fruit bats descending into the forests of the park. More about Fruit Bat Safari
| 4 days|Individual trip
This 3 night safari add-on at Shiwa Ng'andu Manor House is designed to be easily combined with any trip which spends time in the Luangwa Valley. Shiwa Ng'andu is a charming English manor full of memorabilia and historical records. Set in a fairly remote area, ... More about Shiwa add-on
10 & 11 Upper Square
New Zealand office
11 Brightwater Crescent
Upper Hutt 5018
UK: 0203 405 6666 US toll free: 1-800-242-2434 New Zealand: +64 (0)4 976 7585 Australia Toll-free: 1-800-995-397
We have always believed that acting responsibly is the only way to approach tourism and we're one of
the few companies to hold AITO's original coveted 5-star status for responsible tourism. It's a lead
that others are now following.