WELCOME TO ZAMBIA

WHY ZAMBIA?

ZAMBIA

Zambia is home to the African walking safari, the majestic Victoria Falls and the wild Zambezi River. Blessed with a wealth of wildlife, raw wilderness, vast open spaces and seventeen magnificent waterfalls dotted across the country.

The welcoming local people live in peace and harmony ranking Zambia as one of the safest countries to visit. Spectacular waterways cater for the adventure seeker or a leisurely playground of activities for all ages. The many National Parks offer countless opportunities for observing African plains game, including lions and leopards—and rivers teeming with crocodiles and hippos.

 

WHERE TO GO IN ZAMBIA?

RICH IN CULTURE

 
 

EXPERIENCES

Our unforgettable tailor-made or luxury scheduled tours will take you into the heart of wild Africa. Choose from our wide range of carefully crafted travel itineraries, and allow us to turn your safari dreams into reality.

 

WHEN TO VISIT ZAMBIA

“TIMING IS EVERYTHING”

Rainy season is long and stretches from Late October through until April. Although the season is long, the rains are generally very short and heavy and the skies clear up again. May through to August are generally the cooler months and although the landscape is then very dry and bare, it is very conducive to excellent game viewing and the mosquitoes and tsetse flies are considerably less active. The Zambezi is at its fullest in April and May and the river rafting may be closed over this time as the river is too swollen and dangerous. The falls are at their most spectacular at this time too, although the spray may be so dense that the bottom of the gorge cannot be seen. Although less water in the falls over the drier months, the view is no less spectacular and offers other attractions like walking across the top of the falls to Livingstone Island and swimming in the Devils pool at the top of the falls.


Best Time to Visit Victoria Falls. The best time to visit the spectacular Victoria Falls is from February to May, directly after the region's summer rains when you'll see the world's largest sheet of falling water flowing at its greatest volume.

The dry season runs from May to October and is when to go to Zambia for the best game viewing along with pleasantly mild daytime temperatures (although September and October get extremely hot).The rainy season (December to April) is commonly called the "Green Season" as the bush is beautifully thick and green.

With mild temperatures, virtually no rain and a low malaria risk, the dry May to October winter season is generally seen as the best time to visit Zimbabwe for game-viewing, although note that September and October are extremely hot and dry months.