The birthplace of walking safaris, Zambia is made up of a highland plateau which rises to form large swamps and valleys that are noted for their incredible concentration of wildlife.

Zambia has numerous national parks and constantly strives to improve its wildlife heritage while retaining authentic style. Two of the better-known national parks are the Luangwa River Valley and the Lower Zambezi National Park. The first is famed for its large lion pride and even larger herds of buffalo, while the latter is a wonderland set between game-packed shorelines and bushveld. The South Luangwa region is famous for walking safaris that take you through an untouched wildlife paradise, past the shores of the Zambezi, through large trees, thick bushveld and endless plains.

Lesser-known options include the Kafue National Park and the Liuwa Plain. Kafue brims with elephants, lions, leopards, plains game, giraffes and more. While Liuwa Plain is home to the second-largest wildebeest migration and a handful of fine, secluded lodges. The  Zambian side of Victoria Falls around Livingstone is ideal to relax and reflect on memories made.

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