This luxurious safari spends five nights in the middle of the bush, staying at two lovely camps in Lower Zambezi National Park – here you will have a variety of activities on offer from 4WD game drives to walking and river safaris; it's a great trip for keen safari-goers who wish to explore the park while enjoying superb accommodation.
Note that the bushcamp, Old Mondoro, only opens from mid-April to mid-November, when Zambia's weather is generally fine and dry. This safari is not possible during the rest of the year.
Arriving in Lusaka, you connect with a 45-minute flight to Lower Zambezi, flying south over the escarpment and down to the valley on the far side. On arrival, you'll be met by your guide and open 4WD vehicle and will be taken for your first three nights at Chiawa Camp. Situated overlooking small islands in the mighty Zambezi River, Chiawa offers luxurious accommodation with the highest standards of service - and some first-class guides.
After exploring the area around Chiawa on foot and in open 4WD game-viewing vehicles, you will be taken by open 4WD to your next camp, which offers all activities but is in a great walking area. Your home for the next two nights will be Chiawa's sister-camp, Old Mondoro bushcamp. Situated in a grove of winterthorn trees, towards the eastern side of the park, Old Mondoro is a simple but stunning little camp with comfortable accommodation and excellent guiding.
Sadly leaving lower Zambezi, you'll take a short 45-minute light aircraft flight to Lusaka Airport. There you connect with your own onward arrangements.
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