Visit the South Luangwa valley and
Livingstone’s Victoria Falls at a relaxed
pace while staying in some of Zambia’s
most stylish accommodation. Begin
in the South Luangwa valley, with
its reputation as a first-class park for
leopards, lions, spotted hyenas and wild
dogs. Combine a stay in a Chinzombo
villa with a night further upstream in
a luxury tented bush camp. Finish at
Tongabezi, on the edge of the Zambezi
river, with a visit to the renowned
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Arrive and connect with an onward flight to
Mfuwe in the South Luangwa valley. Transfer
to Chinzombo for 2 nights. Afternoon wildlife
viewing. Activities include safari drives (day and
night), guided walks and boating (from January
to April). (L, D)
Wildlife viewing. (B, L, D)
Transfer to Mchenja / Kakuli Bush Camp for
a 3-night stay. Afternoon wildlife viewing.
Activities include safari drives (day and night),
guided walks and boating (from 20 January to
5 April). (B, L, D)
Wildlife viewing. Alternatively, spend a night
under the stars in the remote Luwi dry river
bed. With just a bed roll and a mosquito net,
experience the thrill of the first safari pioneers
(supplement £300 per person). (B, L, D)
Fly to Livingstone. Transfer to Tongabezi –
House Room for 3 nights. One of the many
benefits of staying here is the wide range of
activities that are included in the nightly rate.
Apart from visiting Victoria Falls themselves,
high on the list for foodies is a private lunch on
a nearby island or the Sanpan floating c andlelit
dinner. Canoeing on the Zambezi, sunrise and
sunset boating, fishing, guided bush walks and
safari drives all bring you into closer contact
with the African bush. For a more holistic
experience of Livingstone, take a stroll around Maramba market or Simonga village and visit
the Livingstone Museum. (B, L, D)
Optional excursions. (B, L, D)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
Featuring some of the most
luxurious accommodation throughout the tour.
Prices are based on the standard room, unless
Kakuli Bush Camp
is the only bush camp open during the Emerald
Season. Substitute Kakuli with Mchenja from
20 Jan to 4 Apr. There are no bush camps open
from 5 Apr to 19 May and from 8 Nov to 19 Jan.
For a price quote based
on alternative accommodation standards,
to discuss flight options or to tailor this
itinerary, please call 020 3930 5008 or email
The wildly luxurious Chinzombo Camp, set within 60 acres of private land, is located on the picturesque sweeping bend of the Luangwa river. There are 6 large and spacious luxury villas that have been cleverly adapted into the surroundings, featuring a separate living area, a private plunge pool, a large bathroom and a cool private area for siestas. The camp features modern comforts such as WIFI access, spa facilities with a refreshing plunge pool and a designated yoga area, but still feels in touch with the African surroundings. Daily safaris mean you can absorb the superb bush life of one of the finest sanctuaries in the world that will allow you to get up close to the bustling wildlife. The best way to experience the area is by participating in the famous 'walking safari' to seek the park's 60 different animal species and a range of over 400 bird...
Kakuli is a seasonal camp on the confluence of the Luwi and Luangwa rivers. It has five traditional walk-in safari tents each with en-suite bathrooms made from natural materials and views up and down this hippo-packed stretch of river. The bar and dining chitenje is constructed of reed and thatch forming the centre point of camp. This building, along with each of the tents, is on an elevated stretch of riverbank. This area of the park is renowned for its great game viewing and guests will usually split their time between walking and driving.
Mchenja, meaning "the ebony tree", is set beneath a magnificent grove of these trees on the banks of the Luangwa river. The camp comprises five stylishly designed tents each under its own thatched roof, and each with private en-suite shower and inside bath. There is a small pool alongside the bar, allowing guests to seek cool refuge during the heat of the day. Mchenja is one of four bushcamps owned and managed by Norman Carr Safaris and is in an excellent location for walking...
Located upstream from the Victoria Falls in Zambia, Tongabezi is set on the Zambezi River in a tranquil grove of ebony trees. Each of the spacious cottages and houses is individual in design and open to nature on one side. Tongabezi is close enough to visit the falls but far enough away to be the perfect retreat. There is a vast range of activities at Tongabezi already included in the price, including canoeing; a visit to Victoria Falls; a three-course picnic lunch on a nearby island; a tour of the Livingstone Museum; a visit to the Tongabezi Trust School to spend time with the children there; sunrise and sunset boating; guided walking; fishing; game drives and a visit to Maramba Market to experience a real slice of Zambian life. The entrance fee of $20 to Victoria Falls is not included and can only be paid...
Regional air connections are available from within the UK. Please contact your travel consultant for current prices from your nearest city.
We can also arrange flights from overseas, simply give us a call to find out more.
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Flight details may be subject to change prior to departure.
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The South Luangwa Valley, which marks the end of the Great Rift Valley, is one of the last unspoilt wilderness...