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Travelling the Zambian trails means immersing yourself in pristine, unspoilt and diverse wilderness, where you can experience thrilling and authentic safaris. A safari off the beaten track, far from mass tourism.

I will be there to welcome you at Lusaka Airport before we head to our hotel for the night's bed & breakfast. The next morning, a flight from Lusaka to Mfuwe will be waiting for us after breakfast. We arrive in Mfuwe after a 1-hour flight, with around 40 km to go to our first lodge.

Your safari begins in South Luangwa, also known as Leopard Valley. This region offers exceptional opportunities for spotting this elusive cat by day and night. The great Rift Valley ends in the Luangwa Valley, one of Africa's richest wildernesses. This park is renowned for its large herds of buffalo and elephant, its troops of lions, not forgetting the prolific populations of hippos and crocodiles. Birdwatchers will also be delighted, with over 400 species of bird recorded, including the magnificent carmine bee-eaters between August and October. South Luangwa is without doubt one of my favourite African parks.

The first 4 nights of the trip start in an unfenced camp on the banks of the Luangwa River, close to an elephant crossing point. You will stay in comfortable safari tents or tree houses, subject to availability.

Twice a day, we will explore the park on board a custom-built 4×4 for optimum observation of its incredibly diverse wildlife.

After 4 nights in our first camp we leave South Luangwa for Mfuwe Airport where we fly to Jeki and the Lower Zambezi National Park. The next 4 nights are spent in a 5-tent camp in the heart of this superb park. Elephants, leopards and wild dogs are often spotted here, and it's not uncommon to see animals from your tent or right in the middle of the camp: a truly authentic and wild experience. Here we will have the opportunity to go on safari in a private open 4x4 vehicle, by boat on the Zambezi or by canoe on the river's natural channels: an unforgettable experience.

The Lower Zambezi allows you to end your stay at the rhythm of the water while recharging your batteries in an idyllic environment full of nature.



  • 1 night in a Bed & Breakfast in Lusaka

  • 4 nights immersion in a safari tent in South Luangwa

  • 4 nights immersion in safari tent in Lower Zambezi


  • immersion in 2 of Africa's wildest and most beautiful parks

  • the wild and exclusive atmosphere of bush camps

  • exceptional photographic opportunities of large predators

  • a wide variety of safaris by 4x4, on foot, by boat or by canoe


  •     1 night's accommodation in a Bed & Breakfast in Lusaka

  •     return domestic flights (Lusaka - Mfuwe and Lusaka - Jeki)

  •     4 nights in a safari tent in South Luangwa

  •     Transfers to/from Mfuwe Airport

  •     4 nights safari tented accommodation in Lower Zambezi

  •     all safaris in private 4x4 vehicles

  •     walking safaris on request

  •     boat and canoe safaris in Lower Zambezi

  •     3 meals per day

  •     water, tea, coffee

  •     entrance fees to the National Parks

  •     my accompaniment as a private English-speaking safari guide

  •     private driver

  •     donation to LCCF (Luangwa Conservation & Community Fund)

Included in the package

  • international flights

  • drinks not listed

  • travel cancellation insurance

  • optional excursions and activities

  • tips for guide(s) and staff members

  • vaccinations (recommendations by the French Institut Pasteur)

  • PCR test if necessary

  • tourist visa

Not included in the package

  • from 6,800€ per person based on 4 participants (excluding international flights)

  • from 7,800€ per person based on 2 participants (excluding international flights)

*degressive price depending on the number of people


the itinerary in snapshots ...

NB: all the tours on offer are organised by specialist agencies. However, I accompany clients on the various safaris.

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