Zambia - Overland Safaris & Tours
Zambia is a land of glorious sunsets, friendly people, ancient traditions and mystic legends, of nature at its wildest and most exquisite. The South Luangwa National Park offers some of the best night game viewing in Africa - come and see for yourself!
Zambia has to be one of Africa's best kept secrets.
Must Do's In Zambia
- Be wild and try the adrenaline activities at Victoria Falls such as white water rafting, bungi jumping and body-boarding.
- Canoeing the Zambezi River, and watch elephants playing on the sandbanks.
- Walking safaris and night drives are some of the best on offer in Africa at South Luangwa National Park.
More On Zambia
Zambia is fed and shaped by three great rivers, bordered by three massive lakes and big, big skies. Zambia beckons to the intrepid, the adventurous - those who want to step off the conveyor belt of mass tourism.
The legendary David Livingstone first saw the awesome glory of the Victoria Falls from Zambia. His memory is enshrined in the nearby town of Livingstone and his heart is buried in this beautiful land. And at the heart of Zambia lies the modern and vibrant capital city Lusaka.
Come to Zambia and experience the finest African safaris available. See the astonishing wildlife of Luangwa Valley, home of the legendary walking safari; the graceful lechwe antelope filling the vast plains of Busanga and Bangweulu in their tens of thousands; the annual wildebeest migration of the Liuwa Plains which rivals the Serengeti; the white-water rafting frenzy of the Zambezi River; the adrenaline choked bungi jump off Victoria Falls Bridge; the limitless expanse of lakes Kariba and Tanganyika, fishing, diving, houseboating, skiing and paddling, canoeing, birding and wildlife safaris par excellence.
There are three seasons: cool and dry form May to August average temperatures 16 degree Celsius; hot and dry from September to October average temperature 27 degrees Celsius; and rainy between November and April (average temperature 24 degtees Celsius).
Zambia Overland Safari Tips
- Bargaining is common and expected from travellers when shopping at markets and craft shops.
- Zambian traditional cuisine to look out for is nshima (made from maize or sorghum). It's served with a meat or vegetable sauce.
- Take medical advice on pre-travel vaccinations and anti-malarials.
- Ask before taking photographs of local people.