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Robin Pope Walking Safari


Victoria Falls


Walking Safari


Renowned for its incredible walking safaris, visitors to Zambia can expect to find big game, abundant birdlife and raw, pulsating wilderness. Home to the spectacular ‘smoking waters’ of Victoria Falls this remarkable country provides an unforgettable adventure.


VICTORIA FALLS, LIVINGSTONE Considered to be one of the world’s Seven Natural Wonders, the incredible spectacle of Victoria Falls is the largest single curtain of water in the world. Located on the outskirts of Livingstone, the breathtaking sight of ‘The Smoke that Thunders’ can be viewed on foot, with a scenic helicopter flight or, for the brave, by microlight.


LOWER ZAMBEZI NATIONAL PARK Beyond the raging waters of Victoria Falls, the mighty Zambezi flows through to the Mozambique border, dissecting an area of rich and relatively undiscovered wilderness that boasts a large concentration of game. Safaris here provide opportunities to view the variety of wildlife from the tranquil waters of one of Africa’s most important rivers.


SOUTH LUANGWA NATIONAL PARK Located at the southern end of the Great Rift Valley, between the dominating heights of the Muchinga escarpment and the life giving waters of the Luangwa River. Zambia’s famous ‘walking safaris’ began here, and its plains are home to a rich concentration of wildlife.


ZAMBIA WALKING SAFARIS One of Zambia’s biggest attractions is its walking safaris, pioneered by the famous game ranger Norman Carr who was based at Kapani Lodge in South Luangwa National Park. These relaxed walking safaris are accompanied by a safari guide and a qualified game scout. Numbers are limited to 7 guests and safety precautions are paramount.


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ZAMBIAN WALKING EXPLORATION NEW


12 DAYS from £4895 (per person twin share with flights)


DAY 1 – Fly to Lusaka Overnight flights to Lusaka.


DAYS 2/3 – South Luangwa National Park Light aircraft flight to Mfuwe. Meet your Robin Pope guide and drive to Nkwali Camp where you spend 2 nights. Enjoy both day and night game drives.


DAYS 4 to 6 – Walking Safari South Luangwa Drive into the remote parts of the park with your ranger wildlife spotting, return for sundowners and dinner under the stars. Daily walks through different terrains and habitats.


DAYS 7/8 – Walking Safari South Luangwa Safari deeper into the bush over the coming days with your mobile camp being moved to another remote site.


DAYS 9 to 11 Cross the Luangwa River, 3 nights at Tena Tena camp.


DAY 12 – Fly to the UK Fly to Lusaka connect with flights to Heathrow.


DEPARTURES JUN-OCT It’s our experience that makes yours


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Travel in small groups deep into the African bush with your experienced ranger


ZAMBIA


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