ZAMBIA is where you finally get to set eyes on the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world and known locally as the ‘Smoke that Thunders’. This fascinating country is also famous for its walking safaris, the South Luangwa National Park noteworthy for its expert guides and superb concentrations of game. The smaller Lower Zambezi National Park is also teeming with wildlife - elephants and buffalos are often seen crossing the mighty Zambezi river and huge crocodiles regularly line its banks!
Pitched along the banks of the Luangwa River, this intimate luxury camp is run by Robin Pope Safaris, recently named the ‘Best Guiding Team in Africa’ (The Good Safari Awards 2010). At Nkwali you can anticipate a safari experience that’s rich in both game and personal attention; just six luxury chalets are on offer here supported by guided hikes, game drives and visits to local villages.
Located 12km upstream from Victoria Falls, this tented camp is where you get to put your feet up on your private deck and be entertained by elephants and hippos playing in the mighty Zambezi River. You’ll be in your element too, of course, game drives, nature walks, river cruises and Livingstone tours all ways of discovering more about his fascinating corner of Africa.
This colonial-style Sun International Hotel is a suitably elegant base from which to take sundowner cruises along the Zambezi River or helicopter flights above Victoria Falls. Indeed this 173-room resort is just a short walk from one of the world’s greatest natural wonders, its riverside sun deck affording spectacular vistas of the ‘Smoke that Thunders’.
Expect the highest international standards from this butler-serviced safari camp on the banks of the Zambezi River. Accommodation consists primarily of Bedouin-style white canvas tents furnished in luxurious natural fabrics, their four-poster beds, openair bathrooms and expansive sun decks all stand-out features.
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