This tailor-made itinerary combines Zambia’s scenic and wildlife rich South Luangwa with Livingstone to view Victoria Falls
- South Luangwa National Park
- Livingstone for Victoria Falls
South Luangwa, home of the walking safari, offers a truly authentic safari. Incredible wildlife, known for leopard sightings, with the scenic backdrop of the Luangwa River. Enjoy game drives and walking safaris with expert guiding. Complete the trip with a stay at Livingstone to see Victoria Falls, enjoy sunset cruises, mountain biking, and walking in the Mosi oa Tunya National Park to see the protected rhino, as well as some cultural insight with a village visit and museum tour.
“Thank you so much for helping us to organise our holiday! Everything went smoothly and we had an amazing time.
South Luangwa and summiting Kilimanjaro were our highlights. We would love to go back to South Luangwa one day to do one of the walking safaris in the Nsefu sector.
We felt really spoilt at Luangwa River Camp with great food and great company. We had the same guide and spotter the whole time we were there and went on all of our game drives with a couple from Argentina who were at camp the same number of nights as us and had a blast with all of them. We loved how our guide Chris was so passionate about what he did. He got out his camera almost as much as we did to take photos of the animals too!
We saw all of the wildlife that we were hoping to see and much more. We didn’t think we were the kind of people who would avidly tick off each animal we saw on a checklist, but we found ourselves getting out the Encompass Africa checklist after every game drive to do just that.
Thanks again for all your help. It was like a breath of fresh air to speak to you after trying to make enquiries at other places where they either didn’t listen to what I was saying or wouldn’t talk to me unless I paid them some money. We’ve been really happy with how everything has gone since then and the whole experience has been a pleasure. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Encompass Africa to my friends and family.”
– Jane Louey