Are you trying to find an exciting safari holiday package for this year?
We’re pleased to introduce our latest high season special for an awesome luxury safari holiday to Zambia that explores the Lower Zambezi, South Luangwa and Victoria Falls in any order as it’s completely tailored to suit you!
Lower Zambezi is perhaps our happiest place in Africa not least because it’s beautiful landscape rich with wildlife, but the camps are owned by passionate conservationists like Grant Cumings, owner of Chiawa and Old Mondoro. This time around, we’ve used a different camp that is equally rewarding.
South Luangwa is where the walking safari was pioneered back in the 1950s by the late, legendary naturalist, Norman Carr who is nothing short of a legend in the region, country and continent. Years later, the walking safari remains Zambia’s signature experience.
Your finale of course is the majestic Victoria Falls. With two nights here on a fully inclusive basis you can’t go wrong!
10 night safari between the Lower Zambezi, South Luangwa and Livingstone.
A$7,997 per person sharing
That’s a massive saving of $1,400 per person
Valid for travel July – October 2014
3 Nights Potato Bush Camp, Lower Zambezi
2 Nights Mfuwe Lodge, South Luangwa
3 Nights at any Bushcamp Company property, South Luangwa (Choose from Bilimungwe, Chamilandu, Chindeni, Kapamba, Kuyenda or Zungulila
2 Nights Waterberry Lodge, Livingstone
See the virtual itinerary for full details here [CLICK]
All scheduled flights & road transfers starting Lusaka & ending Livingstone (or reverse routing). Fully inclusive stays in the Lower Zambezi & South Luangwa (with the exception of Mfuwe Lodge where drinks are excluded) and full board, drinks & 2 in-house activities per day at Waterberry Lodge.
International airfares, visas and vaccinations (consult your Travel Doctor), drinks at Mfuwe Lodge and bottled wine at the Bushcamps, third party & additional activities at Waterberry Lodge, premium imported wines, champagnes, spirits & liqueurs where drinks are included, errors and omissions, increases in park fees, government taxes and levies, exchange rate fluctuations and fuel surcharges which are outside our control.
Our in-house Zambia expert Danica recommends: For the three nights at the Bushcamps, why not stay at the most intimate of the three, Chamilandu with views over the Luangwa River and just three rooms! Or, if you like to walk and be remote, why not spend 1 night at Zungulila before walking across to Kapamba for two nights. Kapamba is a personal favourite because of its water location, oversized bathtubs and ‘in water’ sundowners!
The Bushcamp Company have the only camps in the southernmost area of South Luangwa, offering a remote safari experience where you won’t bump into any vehicles from other camps… another reason why we love this special.