Zambia Safari Lodges
The Ultimate Guide To Safari Lodges and Camps In Zambia, Unspoiled Africa At Its Finest
If you're looking for an African safari holiday, Zambia should be on your list. With its stunning wildlife, varied landscapes and welcoming people, Zambia is a prime destination for safari enthusiasts and first-timers alike.
In this Zambia Safari lodge guide, we will introduce you to some of the best lodges the country has to offer. Safari lodge and camp choices are all located within the four main wildlife destinations, including Livingstone (Victoria Falls), Kafue National Park, South Luangwa National Park and the truly amazing Lower Zambezi National Park.
Are you planning a Zambia safari and looking for the best lodge and safari camp options available?
Zambia is one of the most beautiful and unspoiled countries in Africa, with a wealth of attractions to explore. There's something for everyone here, from the thundering Victoria Falls to the vast Kafue National Park. And with our comprehensive guide to lodges and safari camps, you will be able to find the perfect place to stay during your visit.
Imagine waking up each morning surrounded by the sounds and sights of Africa's wildlife - it is an experience you'll never forget. With our selection of top-class lodges and safari camps, you are sure to have a trip of a lifetime.
Plan your dream safari holiday today with our easy-to-use Zambian safari lodges and tented camps guide! So if you are after a luxury camp experience or looking for something more rustic and remote, we have you most certainly covered.
Zambia's lodges offer the best chance for amazing game viewing at its most natural, with plenty to see from Zambian national parks like Kafue National Park or Lower Zambezi National park. You won't regret your Zambia safari holiday!
Choose The Best Safari Lodges In Zambia
To view Victoria Falls is to experience one of the iconic sites of Africa. One runs out of superlatives to describe this wonder of nature.
Named Mosi-Oa-Tunya, "the smoke that thunders" by the local Kololo tribe, you can view the falls from various vantage points both on the Zimbabwean and Zambian sides.
We offer a variety of Livingstone, Zambia safari lodge and camp options from which to choose, each with its own unique setting and atmosphere. Most of which are located on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River and all of which offer a fantastic array of activities.
The North and South Luangwa National Park is host to over 60 mammal species and over 400 bird species with several endemic species which are protected by the natural barrier of the Luangwa valley.
The slightly harder access to this park makes the traveller's experience more exclusive and is far removed from the mass tourist circus of several other famous reserves.
We offer up accommodation that includes small, rustic tented camps with limited amenities in remote regions all the way through to more luxurious safari lodges on the banks of the Luangwa River and everything in between.
Lower Zambezi Lodges
The Lower Zambezi National Park is Zambia's newest Park and is still relatively undeveloped, an absolute state of wilderness offering some of the best and most exciting Zambia accommodation.
The opportunity to get close to the game by wandering in and out of the Zambezi channels is one of the main attractions of this Park. The Park covers an area of 4092 km², most of the wildlife is found along the valley floor close to the river's edge.
The Lower Zambezi National Park is home to some of Zambia's most luxurious safari lodge and camp options. Located along the banks of the Zambezi River, these safari establishments offer guests unrivalled views of the river and its wildlife.
With its 22400 sq kilometres in size, the Kafue is one of the largest national parks in Africa. It is inhabited by only a handful of lodges guaranteeing the visitor an exclusive wildlife experience.
The experience is heightened by the sense of wilderness from the astounding Busanga Plains in the North-western section of the Kafue to the tree-choked terrain and the lush dambos of the south, fed by the emerald green Lunga, Lufupa and Kafue Rivers.
The Kafue National Park is home to a variety of safari lodges and tented camps, each with its own unique atmosphere and offering different wildlife experiences. Safari establishments are located in or near the Basunga Plains or on the banks of the Kafue River.