Zambia Safari

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Sightseeing In Zambia

You will find various wildlife features in parks, dense forests as well as in water, the lakes and rivers. There are lots of safari activities, from Enjoy sightseeing in Zambiathe adventure white water rafting to the canoeing tours, game drives and then the horse back trails, bungee jumping on the wild Victoria Falls, elephant back safaris and so much more such as fishing.Safari characters in Zambia are characterized by guided tours and wildlife safaris. It is an ideal destination to have walking safaris. The country is warm, vibrant and very welcoming. For individuals with a passion to discover the true authenticity of this African continent, Zambia is the perfect destination.

Zambia has spectacular scenery with the large and rapidly flowing river Zambezi which pours into the Victoria falls characterized by fast moving water. Majority of the national parks are located around wetlands or on river banks where a number of wildlife usually gather. There are numerous places where game can be viewed from. And those who are interested in trees will be mesmerized by the leadwood, ebony groves and the winter thorns.In the presence of a well-informed safari guide you will be able to explore the different bushes at grass=root level. Zambia is credited for having opened the ground for safari trekking in the whole of Africa and is a very fine destination for those who would love to leave their vehicles and experience the ecstasy of true African bushes.

Where To Stay

Although Zambia holds some of the most comfortable safari lodge and camps in Africa, it is best s recognized for its privately operated small safari camps. Pope and John, Carole Coppinger and Robin and Jo have all preserved a simple fashion of safari camps and prioritized in largely investing so as to offer their guests a proper insight of the lifestyles of wildlife in Zambia. Examples of camps in this category are Tafika and Tena. The excellent services and standards offered in these places whose center of focus is on wildlife and nature, areEnjoy staying in Zambia with excellent facilities and services contradicted by the traditional tents and simple grass thatched structures.

The natives of Zambia make the country quite special. The people are warm, friendly and very hospitable and they are enthusiastic about their naturally endowed country. Majority of the safari operators in Zambia have been in operation for over 30 years and in qualified conditions with other parts of Africa. Unlike most African countries that have been affected by the “Africa behind glass‚Äù”culture, Zambia has practically remained untouched.

What To See In Zambia

Zambia is a heaven to some of the world’s first class game reserves, verdant woodlands, the largest waterfall in the world-the Victoria Falls (which it shares with Zimbabwe its neighbor and green floodplains.  Zambia is a land of mesmerizing natural panorama and it stretches over 750,000 sq kilometers of land, resting on a plateau at approximately 1,300m above-sea level.The country has a total of 19 National Parks an most popular among them are the Kafue National Park, the South and North National Park and the Lower Zambezi National Park.

There are quite a number of adventure activities for travelers in Zambia and among them are: canoeing, river rafting, kayaking, micro lighting and trekking vacations in the wilderness. The Victoria Falls are a favorite destination for many adventure devotee travelers. The most important activity in this vicinity is river rafting and a variety of rafting options have been organized by rafting specialists; they include: full-day rafting and half-day rafting,   and the varying river rafting degrees range from Calm River rafting to severe River Rafting. The part of the Zambezi region is renowned for canoeing, river rafting, fishing and being ideal for trekking vacations. Surprisingly, trekking vacationshave become more popular as they present the opportunity for travelers to appreciate the beauty of the African wilderness as they walk.

A Guide To See The National Parks

Lower Zambezi National Park
Zambia has 19 national parks but the lower Zambezi national park is very exciting and yet the newest! You can do game drives and see giraffes and rhinos, herds of elephants, the buffalo, water buck and bird species are quiet significant. You will also find lions, hippo and the giant crocodiles in the water areas.

South Luagwa National park
At 9 050 square kilometers in South Luangwa National Park is the second largest in Zambia, and offers a variety of habitats with open grasslands, mopane woodlands and riparian forests. It is home to an incredible density of wild animals, builds on the South Luangwa in the ranks of non-game-to-miss areas. The western boundary of the park is the cliff Muchinja East Luangwa themselves.

South Luangwa has his name as a park, where the experience of walking safari – certainly the best way to experience Bush, and wild A game drive will give a chance to see large crowds of elephants.animals. Management and security are extremely high. Part of the attraction of the park consists of woods and forests, with more frequent, including the mopane trees,Leadwood, winter thorn, beautiful specimens of baobab, large ebony forests, vegetable ivory palm, marula and magnificent tamarind.

Kafue National Park

The park is fed by the Lunga, Lufupa and Kafue Rivers, and is thus able to sustain large herds, and a good diversity of species – including lechwe, puku, sable and roan antelope. Predators are also well represented, with good populations of lion, leopard and cheetah, along with smaller species such as side-striped jackal, civet, genet and a variety of mongoose.

In the south the Kafue runs in Itezhi Tezhi dam, the 370 square kilometers (cover).This large area is partially surrounded by grasslands and home to many hippos. There are also rocky coves and stretches of submerged trees, perches for many water bird species inhabit the area, such as type of fish eagles, cormorants, spoonbills and Goliath Heron. The dam also attracts elephants, buffalo, zebras and wildebeest.The best time for wildlife in general in the dry season from April to October, but the park is most beautiful after the rain, the first part of the year – but many roads are impassable from November to April.

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