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  • Joan and Paddy travelled to the South Luangwa Valley in ZambiaHi Michele, Paddy and I would like to thank you for putting together yet again a perfect holiday for us. We did our best to explain to you what we hoped to experience in Africa and, like magic, it all happened, just like last time. We couldn’t be more pleased or impressed with your company. Every bit of your advice was spot on. It just couldn’t have been better. All in all, if I say that I came back having experienced the bush in as authentic a way as I would ever dare to want and met people whom I will never forget because they affected me in a variety of ways, I hope that that will do as a sound bite for my time in Zambia.Joan and Paddy travelled to the South Luangwa Valley in Zambia

    Joan and Paddy travelled to the South Luangwa Valley in Zambia


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Map of Zambia

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  • North Luangwa camp fire, Zambia

    North Luangwa National Park

    A very wild and remote park offering primarily walking safaris. Less game than South Luangwa but also fewer visitors.

  • Hippo, South Luangwa, Zambia

    South Luangwa National Park

    Zambia’s premier wildlife destination with superb game-viewing, varied habitats, excellent walking options and the beautiful and dynamic Luangwa River as the focal point. Especially good for leopard sightings.

  • Lower Zambezi aerial shot, Zambia

    Lower Zambezi National Park

    A scenically stunning region dominated by the mighty Zambezi River. Good game-viewing is complemented by wonderful river activities, including canoeing, boating and fishing.

  • Kafue lion storm on Busanga, Zambia MM

    Kafue National Park

    A huge and remote wilderness area with a good variety of habitat and game species. The Busanga Plains region in the north of the park is most productive for game.

  • Aerial view of Victoria Falls, Zambia

    Livingstone, Victoria Falls and the Upper Zambezi

    Primarily offers access to Victoria Falls, the world’s widest waterfall, but the river is stunning and there is plenty to enjoy in the area from birding and game-viewing to cultural excursions and adrenalin sports.

North Luangwa National Park South Luangwa National Park Lower Zambezi National Park Livingstone, Victoria Falls and the Upper Zambezi Kafue National Park