Legends of Zambia

A dedicated trip to the heart of wild Africa. Explore the best Zambia has to offer.


Zambia is a safari enthusiast’s dream offering some of Africa's best walking safaris, with over 30% of the country’s land allocated to National Parks. There are also many activities on offer - whether it’s a canoeing safari along the game-rich shores of the Lower Zambezi, or following in the footsteps of the pioneers into the Zambian interior on a mobile walking safari through South Luangwa National Park, this itinerary offers a round-up of the best places to see and stay in Zambia.
Begin with the bucket-list destination of Victoria Falls before heading downstream the Zambezi River on an adventure. 


Fly to Livingstone (Livingstone International Airport) and stay at The River Club

Arrive at Victoria Falls


Perfect base to explore the world's largest sheet of falling water, the Victoria Falls - one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. Spend time enjoying the numerous activities on property, put your feet up and relax and, to the sounds of nature, watch the sun set over the Zambezi river on a boat cruise. Maximise your stay with our 3 Night's At The Falls Offer.

Fly to South Luangwa (Jeke International Airport - with Proflight)

Fly to Jeke International Airport

Known as one fo the best places to spot leopard and wild dog in Africa, Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park is a wildlife-rich safari destination. The home of the walking safari, travellers can get out on foot with their highly experiences tracker team to experience the beauty of the National Park close up.

Fly to Lower Zambezi (Mfuwe Airport - with Proflight)

Fly to Mfuwe Airport

A wonderfully unspoilt and untamed wilderness awaits with diverse and plentiful wildlife, stunning scenery and a raw beauty. For those looking for exciting activities in the area, options include fishing, kayaking tours and river cruises in between game drives. 

Fly to Lusaka (Lusaka International Airport - with Proflight)

Fly to Lusaka International Airport

The best way to experience local culture, Lusaka is the glittering capital of Zambia with many markets beckoning tourists with their colourful curios, bargain buys and local gifts and crafts. Boasting amazing culture at the Lusaka National Museum and the Lusaka Playhouse Centre, not to mention the Kabwata Cultural Village, guests will not be short of fun and exciting activities to end off a fantastic holiday.