Africa + Indian Ocean
Discover the home of walking safaris...
Little, if anything, compares to the intense thrill of seeing a leopard at close quarters on a walking safari with one of our favourite guides in the game-rich South Luangwa Valley. And that’s only the start of Zambia’s appeal.
Three great rivers, including the Zambezi, and an amazingly rich and diverse spectrum of wildlife and habitats make this relatively under-developed country one of our favourite safari destinations. Here, you still feel as if you are exploring something raw and untamed. The sense-tingling walking safari originated in Zambia and it is still the best place to explore the bush on foot.
As well as the incredible, thundering cascades of Victoria Falls, there are little-known corners that we can help you to explore: the bird-lovers paradise of Kafue; the beautiful Bangweleu Swamp and the gloriously remote North Luangwa.
Even more enticing than its scattering of excellent rustic-luxury camps, Zambia is home to some truly outstanding guides, most of whom we know personally.
Getting it right every time
Your Destination Expert will build a relationship with you and a nuanced understanding of what you want from your holiday.
Creating an Itinerary Once we know you, we can match our years of specialist knowledge to you and begin designing your extraordinary trip.
We will continue refining your itinerary adding in those special touches and leaving no stone unturned to make sure that every day is spectacular.
From the moment you leave home, we will be on hand to ensure a totally seamless experience.
Stories from Zambia
"I think my highlight was, overall, the quality of the people and the welcome and the intelligence/insight of the guides and the sense of being privileged to be in a place that's not in any way swamped. It's hard to pick a highlight. I loved Hwange for being in a world where elephants are in charge, and Mana Pools for the open landscape and the profusion of the wildlife, and Matetsi for the position of the camp and the lovely people who work there. Victoria Falls felt more mainstream by comparison though when we walked to the gorge at the end of the falls I felt very moved by the unbelievable beauty of the place. I cried twice in Zimbabwe - once watching elephants at very close quarters, so close I could hear them breathe and drink, and once in the place I just mentioned, listening to the gospel singing of some people on the Zambian side float across, and I am not easily moved to tears by such things!"
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Each of our dedicated experts has extensive knowledge of the destinations they specialise in. And they are continuously re-visiting, trying and testing everything so that they can offer you up to date and little-known insights into the regions they are so passionate about.