Let’s Take a Walk in Zambia!

August 25, 2010  By: Africa Adventure Consultants

Zambia is the birthplace of the walking safari. The guides are the best in their field, the seasonal bushcamps are remote and full of adventure and romance, and the parks are known as some of the best land in Africa for spotting leopard. Zambia is our top choice for getting off the beaten path and exploring Africa on foot. Read on for some great safari options to suit a variety of interests.

For travelers looking for a bit of bush and beach, Zambia is an ideal spot as it is easily combined with Malawi and the pristine Lake Malawi. Our Wild Zambia and Malawi Safari combines the adventure of walking, with the opportunity to spoil yourself with hot, refreshing showers and exceptional hospitality at each camp makes making for an incredible safari experience. Guides are some of the finest in Southern Africa and travelers will see few other tourists while deep in the African bush. End your safari with a few relaxing days on Lake Malawi snorkeling and kayaking in the clear blue waters.

In addition to the South Luangwa National Park, Zambia is also home to the Lower Zambezi National Park and Victoria Falls. Our Best of Zambia Safari combines the wildlife and remote camps of the South Luangwa with the magnificent Victoria Falls and the variety of the Lower Zambezi National Park. In South Luangwa you get the rare opportunity to do a five-day walking safari, trekking from camp to camp, while Lower Zambezi National Park is all about the water, with drift boat and canoe safari options.