Zambia Tourism

Zambia possess natural wonders in abundance, from majestic waterfalls, lakes, rivers to numerous national parks.  
Zambia is where the walking safari originated – the ultimate wilderness experience. Head for Livingstone if you want to enjoy all the many adventure activities. And for the fishing enthusiast, both the upper and lower Zambezi rivers, lake Kariba and Tanganyika is the place to be.


Big selection from 5 star hotels to family resorts.  Good and affordable B&B’s and guesthouses, some offering camping.
Further upstream from the Falls a selection of Zambezi river lodges.

Livingstone offers a number of activities not available on the Zimbabwe side of the Falls namely, microlight flips of the Falls,  quad biking, cheetah walks, tracking rhinos and devils pool.

cheetah on run

Lower Zambezi

Full range of luxury lodges, bush and game lodges, self catering and fishing lodges.

Adventure canoeing safaris range from 2 nights to 6 days, or short canoe trails from a lodge base.

Fishing for tiger between June and September brings the best rewards. During the rainy season (Nov to March) the waters of the flood plains are muddy – fishing is more difficult.

South Luangwa

Be spoilt for choice from a huge selection of river lodges to bush camps. 

South Luangwa is often referred to as the “valley of the leopard”, but as well as this big cat the park is also renowned for its density of other big game.