Zambia Vacations with A&S Signature Journeys
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Zambia Sample Itineraries
Check out some of the sample itineraries that A&S Signature Journeys has created which can be customized to suit every need and desire. Explore and discover what Zambia has to offer and call today to start planning your tailor-made dream vacation. For more information on this exotic destination, see below.
For visitors, Zambia has a lot to offer. Blessed with 17 waterfalls including the spectacular Victoria Falls, the country is a fine wonderful destination for nature lovers and thrill seekers. Massive Enormous lakes, rich wetlands and breathtaking African sunsets contribute to the country's scenic splendor. The wild Zambezi River is perfect for adrenaline rush activities such as river rafting, canoeing safaris, river surfing, and tiger fishing. Almost one-third of the country is protected as national parks and game reserves.
Zambia is a land-locked country occupying an elevated plateau in South Central Africa. It borders Angola, Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Zimbabwe. The country's shortest route to the sea is via Zimbabwe to Beira in Mozambique. This is the land where visitors can expect to find the legendary big game, abundant bird life, walking safari and raw, pulsating wilderness that make it an adventurer’s paradise.
Personalized Itineraries for Your Zambia Tour
One of the unique features that differentiates A&S Signature Journeys from others is their customizable guided tours to Zambia. With 35 years of experience and an extensive and intimate knowledge of the country, they develop tailor-made tours to meet specific needs and exceed expectations while combining it with competitive pricing. With an appreciation that these exotic destinations are a once in a lifetime experience, they go above and beyond to ensure you have the best possible and most rewarding experience in Zambia.
A Guided Tour You can Feel Good About
A&S Signature Journeys has long-standing professional partnerships in Zambia and a strong commitment to support cultural and habitat preservation. Throughout your tour you will be accompanied by qualified English-speaking professional guides that have an intimate knowledge of the destination. With these commitments, A&S Signature Journeys will provide you with an exceptional tour filled with once in a lifetime experiences.
Where to Explore in Zambia
Zambia was a country that thrived on copper. It now thrives on tourism, copper, mining and agriculture. The main parks are South Luangwa National Park in the north where the Luangwa River cuts through alluvial soils and creates oxbow lakes and lagoons and a wildlife paradise that offers some of Africa's best walking safaris. Then there is the Lower Zambezi National Park on the great Zambezi River opposite Mana Pools (on the Zimbabwean side) where you can enjoy day and night game drives, and night drive, take walking and canoeing safaris, and enjoy sundowner cruises on the Zambezi River. In the West you have is Kafuwe, one of the largest national parks in Africa. It’s is a remote place on the Basanga plains – where you can enjoy great game viewing without the crowds. on the Basanga plains. Finally you have the town of Livingstone and the spectacular Victoria Falls which is a World Heritage site. of Victoria Falls.
Kafue - Kafue is a relatively unknown gem waiting to be explored. Comparatively few visitors to Africa come here…or have even heard of it. Among those who know it, Kafue is famous for the expansive Busanga Plains that host prides of lion and the red lechwe antelope that love the places where the wetlands meet the grasslands. These marshy areas also provide prime bird habitat for locals endogenous and migrants birds.
Livingstone - While David Livingstone named the falls on his visit, he didn’t realize it already had a more fitting native name – Mosai-Oa-Tunya, The Smoke That Thunders. The mighty Zambezi River drops off in spectacular fashion, creating a powerful spectacle that is one of the most notable of the seven natural wonders of the world. Above the falls, the Zambezi has a hypnotic power. It's is full of teaming with crocsodiles and hippospotami, and it is a wonderful place to enjoy a traditional African sundowner at sunset on the river.
Lower Zambezi - The Lower Zambezi National Park lies opposite the Mana Pools on the Zambian side of the Zambezi River. The beauty of this park is in its state of absolute wildness. Exploring this park can be done by canoe, on foot, vehicle and power boat.