Explore two of Zambia’s premier wildlife destinations with a diverse array of activities.
Get up close and personal with the wildlife along Zambia’s mighty rivers.
The Luangwa and Zambezi rivers course through two of Zambia’s premier national parks.
An unspoiled wilderness, South Luangwa National Park is known as the Valley of the Leopard. This is where one of Time+Tide’s company founders, the legendary Norman Carr, pioneered walking safaris. With endemic giraffe and wildebeest, plus endangered wild dogs, the game viewing here, too, is legendary.
The landscape of the Lower Zambezi National Park is entirely different. Its lush channels and ancient forests are a haven for elephants, predators and birdlife.
Explore both parks with award-winning guides and the greatest variety of activities: day and night game drives, canoeing, boat cruises, walking safaris, wildlife hides, sleepout under the stars and tiger fishing.
Make this very popular itinerary tailored to suit you – by choosing the right camps and number of days in each camp and the order of camps. Availability of camps and activities will vary according to the season and conditions when you visit. Make sure you let us know what you really want to experience, to ensure that we can plan this safari as best as possible to suit your dreams.
Then, why not add a visit to Victoria Falls before or after, plus countless other options which we can discuss with you.
You could save up to AU$3,800 on this itinerary alone!
Days 1 to 5.
Days 6 to 10.
This itinerary could not be conveyed better than in this short video that Time+Tide have released.
A typical day on safari:
- Wake up call just before sunrise
- Breakfast around the campfire
- Morning safari activity
- Return to camp for brunch overlooking the river
- Enjoy your midday siesta as you please
- Coffee or tea in the main area with a freshly baked treat
- Afternoon safari activity
- As the sun sets, enjoy a sundowner drink in the bush
- Night game drive in search of nocturnal animals
- Gather for dinner under the stars and a nightcap by the campfire
You could save up to AU$3,800 on this itinerary!