11 Days Zambia Wild Tour
_Pick up Lusaka AIRPORT
_Drop off Lusaka Airport
Second day Lower Zambezi Valley
The low valley of the Zambezi is characterized by breathtaking views and an abundant amount of animals that inhabit the river of the Zambezi River. Here are both the Lower Zambezi National Park (on the Zambian side of the river) and the Mana Pools National Park (on the bank of Zimbabwe), creating an important international wildlife conservation area where animals are free to move without limits. The area must be visited by river or by river or by land to fully understand the beauty of this area. The Lower Zambezi National Park is the youngest park in Zambia and one of the wildest and most picturesque in Africa.
Departure in the morning after breakfast and transfer to the Lower Zambezi Valley. Arrival at Kiambi Safari Lodge and accommodation for a note in a chalet with bathroom. Lunch at the lodge and, in the afternoon, boat safari at sunset on the river. Dinner at the lodge and overnight in a chalet.
Breakfast and departure for a canoe safari of about 3 hours along the zambezi. AI return, lunch, and afternoon transfer to Ia chiawa Game management area, where we will settle at munyemenshi River Lodge or Mvuu Lodge. Afternoon disposition for the relaxation. Dinner prepared by your guides and overnight at the lodge.
Fourth day - Lower Zambezi National park
Wake up before dawn, Breakfast and a full day car safari in the Lower Zambezi National Park with a picnic inside the park.
Exit from the park around 17:30 and return to the lodge before dark. The overnight stay is in chalets at Munyemeshi Lodge with full board formula cooked by the chef who accompanies the group.
Fifth day - To Lusaka
Breakfast and departure for the return trip to Lusaka. Arrival in town for lunch and afternoon time available for relaxation or shopping, while the guides will take care of the supplies.
Sixth day MFUWE
Mfuwe is the access point from which to explore the South Luangwa National Park. Although close to such an important destination, it has preserved the appearance and characteristics of a small African village.
To reach Mfuwe you will drive about 540km of asphalt road. Going from the capital city of the province of north-east: Chipata, with a stop for lunch (free) and for supplies. Continue in the afternoon for the last 130km. Upon arrival at Mfuwe, accommodation at Murula Lodge, where you will stay in a chalet with full board formula cooked by the Chef accompanying the group.
Day 7,8 & 9: South Luangwa national park
South Luangwa national park is one of Zambia's most renowned national parks due to its abundance of wildlife and its ease of sighting large predators. In addition to a large population of felines (especially lions and leopards), it hosts a great abundance of elephants, hippos, buffalos and endemic species such as the Thorn croft giraffe, Cookson Gnu of Crashway .ii River Luangwa, in addition to hosting the greater concentration of hippopotamus per km2 of Africa, provides a territory of reproduction and hunting for numerous animals, including the ever-present eagles, jackals. Hyenas, crocodiles and endless species of birds. The view on the river Luangwa is unforgettable and the visit of this park is considered among the most important experiences by all the very lovers of Africa.
There are 2 game drives per day and meals will be consumed at the camp, overnight stay in a chalet with a full board formula cooked by the chef who accompanies the group.
Day 10: Luangwa ferry
Clients will spend a night at Bridge camp will full board package.
Day 11 Departure
Depending on the time of the flight, connection with the flight of returns.