Zambia connects tourists with the deep roots of mother Nature, from mesmerizing stargazing experience at Chindeni Bushcamp in Luangwa to Lower Zambezi, it’s perfect for anyone who wants to have the experience of safari adventures.
Zambia remains an off the beaten path gem for Americans, with far fewer crowds than other destinations in Africa.
South Luangwa is known as the “Valley of the Leopard” and offers a unique opportunity for game drives as well as legitimate walking safaris between camps, while the Lower Zambezi is great for water activities galore (canoeing and boating are musts) and tiger fishing for amateur or pro anglers.
Zambia has no shortage of incredible wildlife to witness including giraffes, zebra, lions, endangered wild dogs, and leopards to name a few.
Travelers looking for an authentic, back to basics safari experience and are comfortable truly disconnecting from the hustle and bustle of the outside world.
Experience an old-school Zambian adventure with Extraordinary Journeys’ Back to Nature Wilderness Adventure featuring stays in owner-run camps for an authentic, back-to-basics safari experience.
Explore the pristine environment of Kafue National Park, one of the largest parks in Africa, on game drives, boat safaris, and walking safaris.
The best part is Musekese Camp owners Phil Jeffery & Tyrone McKeith personally guide guests on safari through the landscapes surrounding Paradise Plains followed by four nights on the ultimate camp-out experience on the Lower Zambezi. Rates start at $10,710 per person sharing for 11 days/10 nights valid July 1 – November 14, 2022.
Travel Restrictions & Requirements
Negative COVID-19 PCR test conducted 72 hours prior to arriving in Zambia. Each traveler is required to complete a health declaration form (given on the plane) before arriving at the airport.