This affordable Zambia Tented Camp Safari offers a thorough exploration of South Luangwa National Park, one of Africa's top wildlife destinations. The tour price includes return flights from Livingstone to Mfuwe, near South Luangwa, as well as meals, game viewing activities, cultural excursions, road transfers, and more.
Experience unspoilt South Luangwa Park in open 4x4 vehicles and on foot. On guided game drives see a wide array of wildlife and birds while soaking up the beautiful wild bush scenery. Sunset to night game drives include sundowners in the bush before searching for nocturnal animals with a spotlight. In season you can also explore the wilderness on guided early morning walks with expert guides in South Luangwa Park.
Stay in luxury safari tents with en-suite bathrooms and deck areas next to the Luangwa River, where you can see various animals and birds. Enjoy a comfortable stay in this unique wilderness setting, providing a genuine African safari experience at an affordable price! READ MORE
8 Days Chobe National Park -Victoria Falls & South Luangwa National Park.
- Chobe National Park- Botswana
- Victoria Falls- Livingstone Zambia
- South Luangwa National Park- Zambia
This is a 8 Day combination of adventures, sighseeing and intimately exclusive safari that bring about total fullfilling holiday experiences. This trip can start either from Livingstone and ends in South Lungwa National Park or Start from South Luangwa National Park and ends in Livingstone town. This is a flexable itinerary that clients can tailor-made to suit their travel schedule.
A Zambian safari experience at one of the nicest lodges on the Luangwa National Park. The use of the beautiful lodge as our base for accommodation and our guests are most welcome to use all the facilities on site. The lodge has wild animals wander through at will, so do not be surprised if you are faced with some elephants helping themselves to the fruit on the trees, or a giraffe peacefully nibbling at fresh leaves. Monkeys and golden baboons are our hosts and the hippo who graze at night mow our lawns.
Safaris haven’t always been about hopping in a vehicle and traversing the plains on four wheels. Back in the day, it was all about walking from point to the other. Today, the South Luangwa is one of the last remaining places where trail walking is still possible. Lets Explore Together.