Although predominantly known for the breathtaking Victoria Falls, Zambia has so much more to offer, with a wealth of beautiful landscapes encompassing vast lakes and rivers, savanna grasslands and verdant plateaus, home to some of the richest and most diverse wildlife in Southern Africa.
Despite its beauty, and the fact it is considered one of the continent’s safest countries, Zambia is substantially less touristy than many of its neighbours, and it’s untouched, biodiverse topography makes it one of the finest wildlife watching destinations in all of Africa: a nature lover's paradise where adventure is never far away!
Experience the incredible biodiversity and natural beauty of this captivating land on a 10 day tour of some of its most beautiful places, including Lower Zambezi National Park and the breathtaking Victoria Falls.
There are no direct flights from the UK to Zambia. The most reliable route is via Johannesburg with South African Airways.
The dry season from June to November is the best time to visit.
We recommend a minimum of 8 days.
UK citizens require a tourist visa to enter Zambia. These can be obtained prior to departure from the Zambian High Commission in London, or upon arrival at the airport.
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