Fall in love with ZambiaMarch 31, 2016
Roses are red, violets are blue, and Zambia’s beauty may cast a love spell on you!
We fell in love with Zambia a long time ago and have kept this incredible country close to our hearts ever since. Not only is it touted as the birthplace of walking safaris, but its sheer variety of landscapes, abundance of wildlife and wonderfully rich cultural heritage will leave any traveller totally smitten with the place.
Here are a few of the reasons to fall in love with Zambia:
Starting with the obvious, we cannot overlook the mighty Victoria Falls, the largest waterfall in the world. Known by the locals as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ (the Smoke that Thunders), this jaw-dropping natural wonder of the world is such a spectacular sight to behold that world-famous explorer; David Livingstone described it by saying, “Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight.”
There are very few experiences, other than a walking safari, that let you truly be a part of the wonders of the wild. Being in the bush on your own two feet, camping under the stars and cooking on a fire; it’s an experience that should be on every avid wildlife and nature lover’s bucket list.
Leopards, leopards and…more leopards:
South Luangwa National Park in Zambia is home to one of the largest populations of leopards in Africa and is famous for being one of the best destinations for spotting these spotted felines.
Variety of National Parks:
With over 33% of the country designated to national parks, Zambia is much less commercialised than a lot of other African countries and can offer visitors a true wilderness experience. Some of our favourite parks include the vast and magical Luiwa Plains, Kasanka, South Luangwa National Park and Kafue National Park, to name but a few.
With such a huge diversity of landscapes, habitats, animals and activities, you’ll never bore of Zambia. So, pucker up! Zambia is waiting with open arms to love you right back…
Take a look at some of our Zambia safari tours here.
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