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VICTORIA FALLS, ZAMBEZI & LUANGWA

  • See a multitude of wildlife in unpoilt game parks
  • Enjoy Victoria Falls' sights, sounds and activities
  • Embark on game drives in the Lower Zambezi
  • Experience South Luangwa's walking safaris
  • 10 DAYS
    10 DAYS
  • TAILOR-MADE
    TAILOR-MADE

Trip Overview

HIGHLIGHTS

  • See a multitude of wildlife in unpoilt game parks
  • Enjoy Victoria Falls' sights, sounds and activities
  • Embark on game drives in the Lower Zambezi
  • Experience South Luangwa's walking safaris

KEY DETAILS

  • Duration
    10 days
  • Travel style
    Tailor-made

Itinerary & Accommodation

3 STAR
4 STAR
5 STAR
3 STAR
4 STAR
5 STAR
DAY 1
Victoria Falls
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Stanley Safari Lodge
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Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma
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Royal Chundu River Lodge
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DAY 2
Victoria Falls
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Stanley Safari Lodge
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Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma
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Royal Chundu River Lodge
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DAY 3
Victoria Falls
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Stanley Safari Lodge
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Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma
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Royal Chundu River Lodge
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DAY 4
Lower Zambezi National Park
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Kanyemba Lodge
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Chongwe River Camp
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Chiawa Camp
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DAY 5
Lower Zambezi National Park
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Kanyemba Lodge
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Chongwe River Camp
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Chiawa Camp
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DAY 6
Lower Zambezi National Park
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Kanyemba Lodge
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Chongwe River Camp
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Chiawa Camp
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DAY 7
South Luangwa National Park
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Luangwa River Camp
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Mfuwe Lodge
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Mfuwe Lodge
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DAY 8
South Luangwa National Park
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Luangwa River Camp
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Mfuwe Lodge
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Mfuwe Lodge
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DAY 9
South Luangwa National Park
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Luangwa River Camp
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Mfuwe Lodge
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Mfuwe Lodge
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DAY 10
Lusaka
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12 Jun 2021 - 21 Jun 2021
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12 Jun 2021 - 21 Jun 2021
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12 Jun 2021 - 21 Jun 2021
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About your accommodation
3 STAR
4 STAR
5 STAR
Stanley Safari Lodge
Stanley Safari Lodge

Bordering Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, Stanley Safari Lodge features 10 cottages and suites. After a day of activities, enjoy the splendid views with mist from the falls in the distance.

Property Facilities: Activities, Bar / Lounge, Electricity (24 Hours), Pool, Restaurant

Room Facilities: Bathroom (Private), Balcony / Deck, Electrical Outlets, Fan, Hair Dryer, Laundry (Complimentary), Room Service, Safe - In Room

Kanyemba Lodge
Kanyemba Lodge

Nestled on the banks of the Zambezi River, Kanyemba Lodge has 9 thatch rondavels and chalets for guests to enjoy whilst exploring the Lower Zambezi National Park.

Property Facilities: Activities, Bar / Lounge, Electricity (24 Hours), Pool, Restaurant

Room Facilities: Air Conditioning, Bathroom (Private), Balcony / Deck, Electrical Outlets, Fan, Safe - In Room, Tea / Coffee

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Luangwa River Camp
Luangwa River Camp

Overlooking the game rich area known as the Luangwa Wafwa, the Luangwa River Camp comprises of only 5 bush suites, making for an intimate getaway when exploring South Luangwa.

Property Facilities: Activities, Bar / Lounge, Electricity (24 Hours), Pool, Restaurant

Room Facilities: Bathroom (Private), Balcony / Deck, Electrical Outlets, Fan, Hair Dryer, Laundry (Complimentary), Safe - In Room

Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma
Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma

Set within Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma consists of 12 tree houses lining the riverbank where guests can enjoy the many activities on-site and in Livingstone.

Property Facilities: Activities, Bar / Lounge, Electricity (24 Hours), Pool, Restaurant, Spa, WiFi (Complimentary)

Room Facilities: Air Conditioning, Bathroom (Private), Balcony / Deck, Electrical Outlets, Fan, Hair Dryer, Laundry (Complimentary), Mini Bar, Room Service, Safe - In Room, WiFi (Complimentary)

Chongwe River Camp
Chongwe River Camp

With panoramic river views, Chongwe River Camp offers 9 safari tents in the Lower Zambezi National Park and is a haven for wildlife viewing.

Property Facilities: Activities, Bar / Lounge, Pool, Power: Generator, Restaurant, WiFi (Complimentary)

Room Facilities: Bathroom (Private), Balcony / Deck, Electrical Outlets, Fan, Laundry (Complimentary), Safe - In Room, Tea / Coffee

Mfuwe Lodge
Mfuwe Lodge

Set inside the national park, Mfuwe Lodge offers 18 thatched chalets where guests can enjoy the prolific wildlife of South Luangwa and if lucky, see elephants wandering through the grounds.

Property Facilities: Activities, Bar / Lounge, Electricity (24 Hours), Gym, Pool, Restaurant, Spa, WiFi (Complimentary)

Room Facilities: Air Conditioning, Bathroom (Private), Balcony / Deck, Electrical Outlets, Fan, Hair Dryer, Laundry (Complimentary), Safe - In Room, Tea / Coffee

Royal Chundu River Lodge
Royal Chundu River Lodge

Overlooking the mighty Zambezi, the Royal Chundu River Lodge offers 10 river-front suites in a spectacular setting. Enjoy numerous activities on-site and in nearby Livingstone.

Property Facilities: Activities, Bar / Lounge, Electricity (24 Hours), Pool, Restaurant, Spa, TV Room, WiFi (Complimentary)

Room Facilities: Air Conditioning, Bathroom (Private), Balcony / Deck, Electrical Outlets, Fan, Hair Dryer, Laundry (Fee), Mini Bar, Room Service, Safe - In Room, Tea / Coffee, WiFi (Complimentary)

Chiawa Camp
Chiawa Camp

Boasting spectacular river views, Chiawa Camp has 9 luxury safari tents and offers a diverse range of activities available to explore within the Lower Zambezi National Park.

Property Facilities: Activities, Bar / Lounge, Electricity (24 Hours), Gym, Pool, Restaurant

Room Facilities: Bathroom (Private), Balcony / Deck, Electrical Outlets, Fan, Hair Dryer, Laundry (Complimentary), Room Service, Safe - In Room, Tea / Coffee, WiFi (Complimentary)

Mfuwe Lodge
Mfuwe Lodge

Set inside the national park, Mfuwe Lodge offers 18 thatched chalets where guests can enjoy the prolific wildlife of South Luangwa and if lucky, see elephants wandering through the grounds.

Property Facilities: Activities, Bar / Lounge, Electricity (24 Hours), Gym, Pool, Restaurant, Spa, WiFi (Complimentary)

Room Facilities: Air Conditioning, Bathroom (Private), Balcony / Deck, Electrical Outlets, Fan, Hair Dryer, Laundry (Complimentary), Safe - In Room, Tea / Coffee

Essential Info
3 STAR
4 STAR
5 STAR
    Included
    • Accommodation based on twin room sharing
    • Meals as per itinerary
    • Soft drinks, local beer, wine and spirits 
    • Vehicle transfers as specified
    • English speaking guide(s)
    • Activities as per itinerary
    • Entrance / Admission fees as per itinerary
    • Arrival and departure transfers on a group basis
    • One-way flights:
      • Livingstone airport to Lusaka airport (Day 4)
      • Lusaka airport to Mfuwe airport (Day 7)
    Excluded
    • All flights: international, domestic or regional, unless otherwise specified
    • Airport or departure taxes
    • Personal insurances
    • Any visas or travel permits required
    • Single room supplement
    • Late check out at properties
    • Imported and premium brand drinks
    • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
    • Tips and Gratuities
    • Expenditure of a personal nature
    • Optional excursions and activities
    • Arrival and departure transfers on a private basis

     

    General Information

    Climate

    • The climate of Zambia is tropically pleasant. It has a dry season which runs from May to the end of October and a wet season from November to April. The dry season splits into a cool, dry, period (May to August) and a hot, dry, period (September and October).
    • The most popular time to visit Zambia is during the dry season as the animals tend to congregate around the rivers and waterholes. Visiting during the rainy season is worth considering as the landscape is strikingly lush and an opportunity to see baby animals and migratory birds.

    Language & Currency

    • English is the official language of Zambia with Bemba being the most spoken local language, followed by Nyanja and Tonga.
    • The local currency is the Zambian kwacha, which divides into 100 ngwee. US dollars are often accepted; local currency is best for tipping and small purchases. Hotels and large shops in tourist areas are increasingly accepting credit cards; however, surcharges are commonplace. Remote lodges often accept cash only. Access to cash machines is available in most major towns, and exchanging currency can be done in banks and foreign exchange bureaus.

    Visa & Access

    • Most foreign nationals will require a visa for entry to Zambia. Please check with your local Zambian Embassy or our travel team for further information. Single and double-entry tourist visit visas can often be obtained, on arrival, at most ports of entry but multi-entry tourist visas cannot. Passport holders of some nations must obtain their entry visas in advance of travel. The Zambian government has introduced an online ‘e-visa’ application system for obtaining tourist visas in advance of travel.
    • Zambia’s main international airports are Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka (LUN), and Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone (LVI).

    Health

    • At least 6-8 weeks before departure, please visit your local health care provider or travel clinic for any vaccination requirements and to discuss any other potential health risks, such as malaria (where applicable). All travellers should ensure they have a valid travel insurance policy in place.

    For any further questions on Zambia or your holiday, contact our friendly travel team who will assist you with any information you require.

    Included
    • Accommodation based on twin room sharing
    • Meals as per itinerary
    • Soft drinks, local beer, wine and spirits
    • Vehicle transfers as specified
    • English speaking guide(s) 
    • Activities as per itinerary
    • Entrance / Admission fees as per itinerary
    • Arrival and departure transfers on a group basis
    • One-way flights:
      • Livingstone airport to Lower Zambezi (Day 4)
      • Lower Zambezi to Mfuwe airport (Day 7)
    Excluded
    • All flights: international, domestic or regional, unless otherwise specified
    • Airport or departure taxes
    • Personal insurances
    • Any visas or travel permits required
    • Single room supplement
    • Late check out at properties
    • Imported and premium brand drinks
    • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
    • Tips and Gratuities
    • Expenditure of a personal nature
    • Optional excursions and activities
    • Arrival and departure transfers on a private basis
    General Information

    Climate

    • The climate of Zambia is tropically pleasant. It has a dry season which runs from May to the end of October and a wet season from November to April. The dry season splits into a cool, dry, period (May to August) and a hot, dry, period (September and October).
    • The most popular time to visit Zambia is during the dry season as the animals tend to congregate around the rivers and waterholes. Visiting during the rainy season is worth considering as the landscape is strikingly lush and an opportunity to see baby animals and migratory birds.

    Language & Currency

    • English is the official language of Zambia with Bemba being the most spoken local language, followed by Nyanja and Tonga.
    • The local currency is the Zambian kwacha, which divides into 100 ngwee. US dollars are often accepted; local currency is best for tipping and small purchases. Hotels and large shops in tourist areas are increasingly accepting credit cards; however, surcharges are commonplace. Remote lodges often accept cash only. Access to cash machines is available in most major towns, and exchanging currency can be done in banks and foreign exchange bureaus.

    Visa & Access

    • Most foreign nationals will require a visa for entry to Zambia. Please check with your local Zambian Embassy or our travel team for further information. Single and double-entry tourist visit visas can often be obtained, on arrival, at most ports of entry but multi-entry tourist visas cannot. Passport holders of some nations must obtain their entry visas in advance of travel. The Zambian government has introduced an online ‘e-visa’ application system for obtaining tourist visas in advance of travel.
    • Zambia’s main international airports are Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka (LUN), and Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone (LVI).

    Health

    • At least 6-8 weeks before departure, please visit your local health care provider or travel clinic for any vaccination requirements and to discuss any other potential health risks, such as malaria (where applicable). All travellers should ensure they have a valid travel insurance policy in place.

    For any further questions on Zambia or your holiday, contact our friendly travel team who will assist you with any information you require.

    Included
    • Accommodation based on twin room sharing
    • Meals as per itinerary
    • Soft drinks, local beer, wine and spirits
    • Vehicle transfers as specified
    • English speaking guide(s)
    • Activities as per itinerary
    • Entrance / Admission fees as per itinerary
    • Arrival and departure transfers on a group basis
    • One-way flights:
      • Livingstone airport to Lower Zambezi (Day 4)
      • Lower Zambezi to Mfuwe airport (Day 7)
    Excluded
    • All flights: international, domestic or regional, unless otherwise specified
    • Airport or departure taxes
    • Personal insurances
    • Any visas or travel permits required
    • Single room supplement
    • Late check out at properties
    • Imported and premium brand drinks
    • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
    • Tips and Gratuities
    • Expenditure of a personal nature
    • Optional excursions and activities
    • Arrival and departure transfers on a private basis
    General Information

    Climate

    • The climate of Zambia is tropically pleasant. It has a dry season which runs from May to the end of October and a wet season from November to April. The dry season splits into a cool, dry, period (May to August) and a hot, dry, period (September and October).
    • The most popular time to visit Zambia is during the dry season as the animals tend to congregate around the rivers and waterholes. Visiting during the rainy season is worth considering as the landscape is strikingly lush and an opportunity to see baby animals and migratory birds.

    Language & Currency

    • English is the official language of Zambia with Bemba being the most spoken local language, followed by Nyanja and Tonga.
    • The local currency is the Zambian kwacha, which divides into 100 ngwee. US dollars are often accepted; local currency is best for tipping and small purchases. Hotels and large shops in tourist areas are increasingly accepting credit cards; however, surcharges are commonplace. Remote lodges often accept cash only. Access to cash machines is available in most major towns, and exchanging currency can be done in banks and foreign exchange bureaus.

    Visa & Access

    • Most foreign nationals will require a visa for entry to Zambia. Please check with your local Zambian Embassy or our travel team for further information. Single and double-entry tourist visit visas can often be obtained, on arrival, at most ports of entry but multi-entry tourist visas cannot. Passport holders of some nations must obtain their entry visas in advance of travel. The Zambian government has introduced an online ‘e-visa’ application system for obtaining tourist visas in advance of travel.
    • Zambia’s main international airports are Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka (LUN), and Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone (LVI).

    Health

    • At least 6-8 weeks before departure, please visit your local health care provider or travel clinic for any vaccination requirements and to discuss any other potential health risks, such as malaria (where applicable). All travellers should ensure they have a valid travel insurance policy in place.

    For any further questions on Zambia or your holiday, contact our friendly travel team who will assist you with any information you require.

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