South Luangwa National Park, Lower Zambezi National Park and Victoria Falls (Zambia)



8 days


This 8-Day Kafue National Park Safari is the perfect option to explore Kafue National Park.


  • Full board accommodation
  • All meals, local drinks and house wines
  • Walking Safaris, day and night drives
  • National Park fees & conservation levies
  • Airport and inter-camp transfers
  • Domestic flights and departure taxes
  • Tips
  • International air (to and from Africa)
  • Air transportation, accommodation, meals & drinks not specified
  • Tips / gratuities at all meals, lodge staff, drivers, pilots, guides, rangers & trackers etc.
  • Personal items such as beverages, laundry, telephone calls, room service - unless specified as included
  • Day use of room on arrival and departure from all properties. Generally, check-in is from 14h00/15h00 and check-out is by 10h00/11h00
  • Visas
  • Porterage throughout
  • Travel insurance - medical, emergency evacuation, cancellation, delays, loss of goods etc.

Tour Plan

Set in Zambia, the Kafue National Park is the largest park in the country and the second-largest in Africa. The contrasting landscape of the Central Kafue features riverine bush, miombo and savannah woodlands, vast open plains and majestic granite outcrops. Visitors can enjoy the pristine natural beauty of the diverse scenery and its natural, unspoilt beauty. Drive along the Spinal Road for a chance to discover the most remote parts of the Central Kafue National Park. Don't miss the opportunity to spot a wide range of African wildlife with regular sightings of puku, impala and bushbuck and catch a glimpse of the countless bird species that call this area home.
As previously described
Kafue is Zambia’s largest national park, comprising two distinct sections, of which the northern section is the biggest and shelters the highest concentrations of game. Resident species include elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo and antelope, while hippos and waterbirds thrive in the wetlands of the Busanga Plains. This marshy wilderness extends across approximately 750 square kilometres which, during the rainy season, becomes a veritable deluge. Once the rains cease and the waters subside, a blanket of lush, grassy vegetation if left behind, attracting vast numbers of antelope and other grazers. Several camps are situated in Northern Kafue, offering a variety of accommodation, ranging from budget to luxury.


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