About Zambia

Zambia is an incredible travel destination, offering everything you could want from a safari holiday in Africa. Strap on a lifejacket and take an adrenaline-pumping white water rafting trip below the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River. Marvel at the thunderous Victoria Falls and get soaked by the spray as you walk across the Knife Edge Bridge. Drift along on a boat or in a canoe and enjoy close encounters with giraffe, elephant, hippo and the abundance of wildlife along the Zambezi water’s edge. 

5 Reasons We Love Zambia


One of the best countries to see leopard


Best choice of walking safaris in Africa


Home to some of Africa’s iconic guides Robin Pope & Phil Berry


Small tented camps offering a very personalised experience


They invented the Hide – for game viewing – have some of the best in Africa

Take a Dip in the World’s Ultimate Infinity Pool  

Swimming on the edge of one of the world’s largest waterfalls has to be one of the most thrilling, insane, and remarkable experiences. Even the most casual of thrill-seekers must add this to their bucket list.

Take a Walk on the Wildside

South Luangwa National Park in eastern Zambia has been heralded as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world and is the perfect place for a walking safari. From graceful giraffe, grumpy Cape buffalo, to herds of elephant and prides of lion, standing in the stillness and watching the wild creatures go about their day is a once in a lifetime experience.

Safari Off the Beaten Path

Not many people know there is a  migration of wildebeest in Zambia’s Liuwa Plain National Park. For the traveller interested in experiencing the African wilderness at its most remote, Liuwa Plains is the ultimate travel destination also offering a more intimate photographic experience.

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Kasanka Bat Migration

Kasanka Bat Migration

The Kasanka bat migration in Zambia  isn't quite as well known as the East African wildebeest migration, but that's not to say it's any less spectacular. Between October and December each year, about ten million straw coloured fruit bats stream into a few hectares of...