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Private Zambia Tours
- Discover the Wonders of Zambia8 Days Lusaka - South Luangwa National Park - Lower Zambezi National Park - Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park - Livingstonefrom $6839View Details
- Zambia's Kafue Safari Adventure6 Days Livingstone - Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park - Kafue National Park - Lusakafrom $2779View Details
What to See in Zambia for First Time Travelers?
South Luangwa National Park, a famed wildlife haven, contains some of the most breathtaking and untouched wilderness in Africa. The park is famous for its walking safaris, which enable visitors to meet with elephants, hippos and even lions under the supervision of the professional armed guides.
Lower Zambezi is a place where visitors can look forward to an array of wonderful activities along the Zambezi River, including game drives, walking safaris, canoe trips, and excellent tiger fishing.
Kafue National Park is the largest park in the country and the second-largest in Africa. Visitors have the opportunity to spot a wide range of African wildlife and catch a glimpse of the countless bird species there.
When is the Best Time to Visit Zambia?
Do I Need a Visa for Zambia Tours?
How to Get to and Travel around Zambia?
Zambia's main airport is Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (LUN), 14 km from the capital Lusaka, from where you can fly or drive to the main national parks. Most visitors will also fly in and out of the Livingstone Airport (LVI) if their safari is combined with a tour of the Victoria Falls.
Flights, buses, vehicles are available to travel around Zambia. The only domestic carrier running scheduled flights is Proflight. Most of the areas worth visiting are accessible by charter flights. Long range buses frequently leave from Lusaka to all the main towns, but they don't always follow strict schedules. If you're doing a self-drive vehicle trip through Zambia, it is a good idea to carry a range of tools and essential spares with you.
In most cases, your local tour operator will well organize your transportations as part of your all-inclusive safari package.