7. Kafue National Park
It is Zambia’s largest national park and offers fantastic game drives, walking safaris and boat safaris. A stay should last several days so that the journey is worthwhile. Wonderful, exclusive luxury lodges are located on the banks of the Kafue River and invite you to linger.
8. Zambia’s famous “Devil’s Pool”
We Africa scouts have not tested it and certainly will not test it. For many travelers, however, a dip in the Devil’s Pool between September and December is the highlight of their trip. It lies 110 meters directly on the abyss of the Victoria Falls and only a rock face protects against falling into the depths….
9. South Luangwa National Park
The camps and lodges on the Luangwa River offer everything from camping to luxury and are fortunate to be located in the most animal-rich region of Zambia. You can really see all the animals here. Often also in the middle of the camp! You will find the best guides in the country here in South Luangwa National Park.
10. Out and about in the dark of night
A game drive at night, which is allowed in Zambia, in contrast to many other African countries, is exciting. Go on a journey of discovery and follow the light of the searchlight with your eyes…
11. A great mix! Zambia and Malawi
We can highly recommend a trip combination of Malawi and Zambia. Malawi offers fantastic landscapes and the Lake Malawi “Lake of Stars” with crystal clear water and activities such as diving, canoeing, sundowner boat trips and much more to complete the exciting safari days in Zambia with relaxation and enjoyment.
12. Warmth and hospitality
On your journey through Zambia you will see one thing above all: people waving and laughing on the side of the road. You will be able to feel the joy of visitors from all over the world with every encounter with the local population with all cordiality.