Inn and camp highlights: The bush camps range from chalets on the banks of the Luangwa River to tented camps along the Zambezi to the stone-under-thatch construction of the lovely cottages of the Thorntree Lodge - all with private baths except during our wilderness canoeing safari.
Days 1-3: Lusaka - South Luangwa Natinal Park - Tafika Camp
One of the wildest and most pristine game sanctuaries in the world, South Luangwa supports a density of animal and bird life unsurpassed in Africa - 15,000 elephants, 25,000 buffalo, 20,000 hippos, thousands of crocodiles, antelopes, giraffes, zebras, the full array of big cats and 400 species of birds. Bush walks and game drives will provide ample opportunity for an introduction to this spectacular parade of wildlife. Includes: (B, L, D).
Days 4-6: South Luangwa National Park - Chikoko Bush Camps
Off to the northern part of Luangwa, add wildebeests, impalas and baboons to your spotting list for our bush walks. Little has changed here since David Lingstone crossed the area in the 19th century. Includes: (B, L, D).
Days 7-9: Zambezi River - Tented Camps
We canoe 36 miles over three days down the Lower Zambezi from Chirundu to Chongwe. Slip past pods of grunting hippos, basking crocodiles, bathing elephants, and grazing buffalo en route to our secluded island campsites. Includes: (B, L, D).
Days 10-13: Mosi-O-Tunya National Park - Victoria Falls - Thorntree Lodge
Our final destination is Mosi-O-Tunya and the mile-wide, 300-foot high Victoria Falls. We enjoy a leisurely sunset river cruise and one of the greatest day raft trips to be had anywhere in the world as we steer through the Zambezi's Batoka Rapids. Our exciting safari concludes in Livingstone for flights home. Includes: (B, L, D).
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