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Situated in the southwest portion of Africa, this land-locked country boasts a spectacular array of landscapes and wildlife.


Fondly known as the ‘Jewel of Africa’, Kenya is home to the Masai Mara and Serengeti, famous for the Great Migration.


Mozambique lies along the southeastern coastline of Africa and boasts 2,500 kilometres of pristine coastline.


Namibia is unique, astonishingly beautiful and is ideal as a self-drive destination. Untouched and untamed.


Known as “The Land of a Thousand Hills”, Rwanda is a small landlocked country in Central/East Africa.

South Africa

South Africa ticks all the boxes with its breathtaking coastlines, Big 5 safaris, world history and diverse cultures.


Home to the tallest mountain on the African continent, and some of the best national parks in Africa


A unique blend of experiences and a diversity of landscapes mountains to lakes, forested reserves and jungles.


The warm heart of Africa, Zambia shares borders with eight other African countries.


Zimbabwe is a country rich in natural and cultural heritage and offers beautiful scenery, wildlife and friendly people.


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The warm heart of Africa, Zambia shares borders with eight other African countries.

Zambia’s 19 national parks offer some of the best safari experiences in Africa and are home to huge varieties of wildlife. Zambia, most famous for its pioneering walking safaris, is one of the best places to do a safari on foot.


Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is a spectacular natural wonder located on the Zambezi River between Zimbabwe and Zambia. A waterfall, it is considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, and is one of Africa’s most visited tourist attractions. The local name ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ meaning ‘The Smoke that Thunders’ describes the spectacular spray that rises out of the depths of First Gorge like a white inverted rain-cloud.

Few places in Africa can offer the unique combination of South Luangwa National Park’s open, grassy plains and mature, mesmerizing woodlands, crowned with the pristine, impressive Luangwa River. This area’s reputation for abundant wildlife and unspoiled vegetation is well earned. Whether driving around or walking through, the intense beauty calls to you from every corner.

South Luangwa National Park

Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park is the oldest and largest national park in Zambia. Established by Norman Carr in 1951, the park covers a massive 22,400 km2. Although located just two hours from Livingstone, Kafue remains little-known and largely unexplored with vast tracts of its virgin bush still untouched. Thanks to its size and variety of habitat types, Kafue holds a fantastic diversity of wildlife.

The remoteness of this eastern part of Zambia is the greatest draw of Lower Zambezi National Park. The park, founded in 1983, covers an area of 4,092 square kilometers along the northwestern bank of the Zambezi River. Step on board on a boat or drift silently past the riverbank in a canoe for the best wildlife viewing, since most wildlife is concentrated around the Lower Zambezi Valley and the river.

Lower Zambezi River