Walk on the Wild Side
Zambia’s wildlife protected areas cover about 30% of the total national land mass area, they are 100% natural. Visitors enjoy the wilderness just as the flora and fauna do. Zambia’s professional safari guides have won accolades for exceptional guiding which is purely driven by passion for the wild.
Walking safaris were born in Zambia, pioneered by the legendary Norman Carr and today the country offers Africa’s best on-foot wildlife experience which has brought safari travellers to Zambia for an ‘up close with nature’.
The country’s immense wilderness embraces 20 national parks and 36 Game Management Areas. The wilderness areas are pristine and the country offers its guests views of the African bush that have not changed for centuries.
Zambia offers a wide range of safaris either in open vehicles, on foot, by boat or canoe. The diversity of bird species is among the highest in the world with over 700 species recorded to date.
There are a myriad of choices in accommodation from tents to chalets.
The country offers a range of action activities, from more pedestrian excursions such as game drives, safari walks to the more adventurous options including white water rafting down the raging rapids of the incredible Zambezi or bungee jumping over the majestic Victoria Falls.