Zambia has some of the finest scenery in southern Africa; much of the country is still wilderness, and the best way to explore its vast wild spaces is on foot.

The better-known national parks include South Luangwa, the Lower Zambezi and Kafue. Permanent water in the Lower Zambezi and South Luangwa is a magnet for wildlife, and exploring hidden waterways by boat is one of our favourite things; the riverine forests that line the riverbanks host a variety of birds, flora and fauna. Fishing in the Zambezi River is an exhilarating experience as these waters are home to some of the biggest Tigerfish in Africa!

For those interested in unique wildlife experiences, Kasanka hosts an annual bat migration, and the papyrus swamps of Bangweulu are home to Shoebill Storks.

Victoria Falls is one of Africa's most famous landmarks and is worth visiting.

We often combine time in Zambia with its neighbour Zimbabwe and the Okavango Delta in Botswana.