This excellent Zambia safari holiday spends 10 nights between two of the country’s best safari parks – South Luangwa National Park and the Lower Zambezi National Park – where you concentrate on walking, driving and boating safaris. This trip offers a very good overview of some of the camps in these two parks.
This safari is really designed for Zambia's dry season, from around June to October. Outside of this time, these camps are closed, and this safari is not possible.
In Lusaka, you'll hop onto a flight to Mfuwe (about 70 minutes) located near the South Luangwa National Park. There you'll be met and driven by open 4WD for a game drive/transfer through the Park to your camp. Here you'll stay for 3 nights at the delightful Kaingo Camp.
After a relaxing stay at Kaingo you have the option to either walk or drive to Mwamba Bushcamp where you will be staying for the next 3 nights. Activities from this small, intimate camp revolve around game drives or walking safaris.
On your last morning you'll be taken by road through the park and then through local villages to Mfuwe Airport. Here you will board your flight to Lusaka, where you will connect onto a flight to the Lower Zambezi. On arrival you will be met and transferred to your next lodge, along the banks of the Zambezi River, for a 1 night stay at Kasaka River Lodge.
Today you will be taken down the Zambezi River by canoe, to your next camp in time for lunch, where you will stay 2 nights at Chongwe River Camp. Activities here range from day and night game drives, walking safaris as well as boat and canoe trips on the river.
After an early breakfast, you transfer by 4WD to the Lower Zambezi airstrip for your quick light aircraft flight back to Lusaka Airport for your onward arrangements.
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