wildlife tours in South Africa

 

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HIGHLIGHTS

Africa of old within a highly diverse environment of many delights
Game viewing and bird watching on foot in the company of an experienced trail guide
Relaxing and enjoying the tranquillity and bush around one
Searching for the ‘Big Five’ by 4X4

BEST TIME OF THE YEAR

May through to August to take advantage of the cooler winter weather in the valley.

BUDGET

High to expensive tented camp and lodge options due to the logistical costs of servicing the outback of Zambia.

GETTING THERE

Fly in charter flights from Livingstone or Lusaka and overland transfers to the different safari camps.

THINGS TO DO

Zambia offers the intrepid tourist the best of wild Africa in every sense of the word when it comes to game drives and unsurpassed guided bush walks on the wild side.

Attractions are many from the thundering Victoria Falls of the mighty Zambezi River in the south through to the lakes, floodplains and swamps in the far north that are home to one of Africa’s most enigmatic and sought after bird species – the shy and extremely scarce Shoebill or Whale-headed Stork  Balaeniceps rex.

WHERE TO STAY

Lodge options vary in price and location within the valley. Choice relates to level of comfort required and specified wild life related interests.


 



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