A safari and cruise through Botswana, Zambia, and South Africa reveals some of the continent’s top highlights; Big Five safaris and incredible bird life, a cruise down the Chobe River, the mesmerizing Victoria Falls, all topped off with a few days in cosmopolitan Cape Town.
A Zambian company invests in the protection of South Luangwa National Park and its surrounding communities, all while creating the premier destination for wildly authentic Zambia walking safaris.
Zambia is the birthplace of the walking safari, and even though years have passed since the first explorers set foot on its incredible land, it still has a special feeling of being untouched. Luxury lodges and camps give you a life-changing opportunity to get up-close to magnificent animals and the crashing Victoria Falls while ensuring the preservation of the spectacular country. Here are our top sustainable properties in Zambia.
From a swank mobile safari camp to the swirl of Victoria Falls, Eric Rosen soaks up the rhythm of life on a Zambian safari along the great river in Zambia, Africa’s undiscovered treasure. A Zambian Safari in South Luangwa “You will find a whistle on one nightstand for little emergencies, and an air horn on the other for big emergencies,” explains Yaliwe, the young woman giving me the welcoming tour at my safari tent at Chinzombo. This is Norman Carr Safaris’ latest luxury camp in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park. Yaliwe giggles and then leads me into the palatial bath- […]
A Zambia walking safari through the country’s pristine wilderness is the ideal way to explore South Luangwa and Liuwa Plain national parks. Zambia is the birthplace of the walking safari. At a time when safari-goers were heading to Africa in search of big game trophies, Norman Carr pioneered the idea of a photographic safari instead of a hunting safari in the South Luangwa National Park. On Ker & Downey’s 10-day Zambia Walking Safari, you’ll explore the pristine wilderness of South Luangwa and Liuwa Plain national parks in an authentic walking adventure. Your Zambia walking safari begins in South Luangwa National Park, […]
Eco-friendly African safari camps can take on many forms. Some are mobile, moving with the seasons or each guest, fly camps that move along a trail each night, or camps that are built into nature but would leave no trace of their previous existence if they were ever to be disassembled. This Earth Day, we’re exploring our top six eco-friendly African safari camps that leave no trace behind. These eco-friendly African safari camps bring out your inner explorer. Singita Explore Mobile Tented Camp, Tanzania Singita Explore Mobile Tented Camp doesn’t use the word “mobile” lightly. With each new guest that […]