About Zambia

A country worth exploring

Zambia is a landlocked country in south-central Africa with a population of about 14.7 million people and with 16 major cultural groupings, more than 72 different dialects.  Zambia is recognized as one of the most secure and friendliest countries in Africa combined with its perfect and personalized safari experience, make it a unique and memorable holiday for vacationists.

One of famous the 7 Natural Wonders of the World is found in Zambia, the Victoria Falls, and some of Southern Africa’s most beautiful national parks. Which includes include North and South Luangwa, Lower Zambezi and Kafue as well as some lesser-known gems such as Bangweulu wetlands, Liuwa Plains, and Kasanka National parks.  The parks give a wide range of different adventure different birds, mammals, plants and reptiles.

Safari Activities in these parks include:
  • Walking safaris
    Zambia is the home of walking safaris, with Norman Car having started these over 50 years ago for guests to get closer to the bush and feel, hear, touch as well as seeing it.
  • Game drives
    This includes night drives to discover many nocturnal animals.
  • Cultural village
    Cultural village, and school experiences, fishing, sunrise and sunset boat cruises, and canoe safaris
  • Seventeen magnificent waterfalls
    Apart from the spectacular Victoria Falls, provide ‘cascade followers’ an adventure into the remote, undeveloped rural areas where a taste of village life can be experienced.
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Zambian Culture
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There are more than 20 annual ceremonies in Zambia, manifesting customs, social life, rituals, oral history, material, and spiritual culture. If you get the opportunity to be a part of one, it is well worthwhile to do so. They provide valuable insight into a traditional culture that has been passed down from generation to generation.

Zambia’s diverse & complimentary

Where everybody has a place

Zambia holds 19 national parks and preserved areas with the core wildlife collection areas being Lower Zambezi, South Luangwa, North Luangwa, Kafue. Each of these offers different and non –repeating experiences. The Lower Zambezi, which opens to the Zambezi water levels from the Kariba Dam, offers river specialty activities among other Land activities. The Luangwa Valley & its Luangwa River lifeline provides wildlife and birdlife an ecological pilgrimage all along its path. The Kafue National park opens to the Busanga grasslands allowing the opportunity to traverse the plains spotting wildlife in one of Africa’s pristine, remote & untouched area.

On safaris

Safaris Designed Just for You

Zambia posses 19 national parks and protected areas most of these located in Lower Zambezi, South Luangwa, North Luangwa, Kafue. The Lower Zambezi, which presents to the Zambezi water levels from the Kariba Dam, offers river specialty activities among other Land activities. The Luangwa Valley & its Luangwa River lifeline provides wildlife and birdlife an ecological pilgrimage all along its path. The Kafue National park opens to the Busanga grasslands allowing the opportunity to traverse the plains spotting wildlife in one of Africa’s pristine, remote & untouched area.

Game viewing

Africa’s famous walking safaris

Zambia‘s greatest gift in their game reserves is water. Each large reserve has a river or Lake to provide water during the dry season from May to November. With the Leccmpee River, Luangwa River, the Kafue River, the Zambezi River, and Lake Tanganyika, furnishing water in the dry season. During the dry season, you can always have confidence that all wild animals and birds come to water holes for a drink. It is a guarantee that you will be able wildlife, birdlife, and ecology on foot only In Zambia, and deliver on national experience, all with the safety and leadership of Africa’s best-trained guides. Reflect carry, who is the father of walking safaris in Zambia and Africa, created and set professional standards in walking safaris and camp experience.

The people

Zambia’s cultural and tribal communities

Zambia contains 74 tribal communities and the common denominator of all tribes and interrelated cultures, you will notice one crucial that Zambians are of the one friendliest people you have ever meet. It is very refreshing and pleasant especially when trying to take part in various local activities. Communities are happy to explain and show the cultural diversity that Zambia is. Interacting and taking part in Lozi Tribe’s Kuomboka Ceremony or Volunteer at Kawaza Cultural Village in South Luangwa the cultural safaris experiences are different and infinite.

A once in a lifetime experience
Victoria falls
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The one sight that many visitors to Africa MUST see is the magnificent Victoria Falls, one of the seven famous natural wonders of the world. Located on the Zambezi River in Zambia, Victoria Falls is over a mile wide, dwarfing Niagara Falls by comparison flood season, over 3 million gallons per second pour covering the falls to the bottom of the abyss, almost 400 feet below! The falls observed from Knife Edge Footbridge, which spans a narrow ridge of rock between an island facing the falls and the mainland. The bridge allows you to get closer to the falls, and you should carry a raincoat or umbrella with you. The spray of water will enable you to FEEL this impressive display of nature!

Magic of the Luangwa valley
Luangwa Valley
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The Luangwa River is precious to wildlife and has played host to families who settled in the area to promote the conservation of this exceptional part of Africa – Luangwa Valley (Garden Of Eden). The Luangwa family pooling together has enabled the experiences of the wildlife and ecology to be explained to the world. The magic of the Luangwa entails the significant concentrations of Leopards in the area, the rutting and calving of the Impala, the closing and rebirth of the ecosystem, the ebb and flow of the b water level that saturate the land and sustain it along with the records and existence of the families that have been hard at work for 75 years to keep it all collectively.

Animal and bird life
Wild Life
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One of the highest densities of the game in Africa in beautiful Zambia. Animals, such as Elephants, are everywhere; it is impossible not to see them. The river lagoons are full of the hippopotamus. The black rhinoceros, though secretive, is readily understood.
Moreover, so are the giraffe, and herds of buffalo, zebra, and numerous varieties of antelope, waterbuck, impala, kudu, roan, and puku, the best time to find lions is early morning when they usually sunbath resting in family groups. Leopards are also many, but as they are mostly nocturnal animals, it is hard to spot them every day. Other animals you will almost definitely see are monkeys, baboons, warthogs, hyenas, and possibly wild dogs.

How to get there
Zambia is waiting for you
It doesn't matter if you are an international agent or an individual wanting to book a trip to this side of the world, we know that planning a holiday to Zambia can be time-consuming and confusing! That is why we have such a man options with different possibilities to consider in Zambia. There is a variety of lodges and hotels to choose from, activities, transportation and also the various service providers. This is where Absolute Zambia Safaris come in. We are here to give a seamless and professional service tailor made for you. We are on the ground in Zambia to ensure that your trip goes as planned. We will give you current destination news, expert advance and updates to ensure that you are prepared. Having a great wealth of knowledge and Personnel that has a vast experience of destinations, properties, services offered in Zambia and have relationships with the best camps, hotels, activity owners to get you the best deals and the highest quality of services.

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