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Welcome To Zambia

Luxury Safari In Zambia.

Zambia has established itself as a key eco-tourist destination in central southern Africa. Formerly a British colony, it avoided becoming a hard-line ex-colony and instead fostered relations with the UK. This has been an advantage, as tourism has become a valuable and relatively constant employer and forex earner since independence.

Lusaka is the capital, and the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport the main airport, with Livingstone as another.

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Curated Journeys

Luxury Zambia Safaris Designed Especially For You.

Africa Inscribed is run by individuals who between them boast 60 years of hands on experience in the luxury tourism industry. We’ve slept in the beds, tasted the food, met the people and seen the wildlife. Then went back and did it all again, just to be sure. We’ll keep on going back to ensure that what we recommend is perfect for you. We pride ourselves on the luxury safaris we curate. Below are just a few examples of luxury safari itineraries that include Zambia. These are just ideas and are tailored to each clients preference. Contact us to tailor make your next luxury safari to Zambia.

A Collection Of Life-enriching Experiences

Experiences On A Luxury Safari In Zambia.

Get to know Africa on a personal level & meet the people who call it their home. Discover life-enriching and unforgettable experiences while on safari in Zambia.

Zambia Luxury Safari

Lower Zambezi National Park

The Lower Zambezi National Park is a peaceful reserve with wide floodplains and a wild mountain backdrop; it’s also home to some serious game viewing. A handful of Zambia’s best lodges and camps sit on the riverbank with the day’s safari activities arranged to suit your mood: wake up early for a dawn game drive or sleep late and go fishing – it’s up to you! And be sure to go on a canoe safari, it’s a fantastic way to get close to animals - and it's from the vantage point of a canoe that you truly understand the meaning of big game.

Zambia Luxury Safari


Livingstone is a tourist town on the northern bank of the Victoria Falls. It has an international airport, and is located just minutes from the border between the two countries. Some great hotels and lodges are located here, and so of course it is also possible to access all of the adventure activities on both sides of the border. It is possible to have fun in Livingstone but most activities are focused on the Zambezi anyway, and of course one may walk to the Falls, and enjoy panoramic views from a paved pathway around part of the edge of the Falls themselves. Crossing into Zimbabwe is easy, as long as you have the correct visas and documents.

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South Luangwa National Park

For fantastic big game viewing in Zambia our top choice is the South Luangwa National Park. Few parks in Africa can match the phenomenal density of game that gathers at this park’s lakes and rivers: massive herds of elephant, hippo and buffalo, well-fed prides of lion, graceful giraffe and ever-watchful Nile crocodiles are among the crowd-pleasers. Go on day and night drives (a great opportunity to see leopard), or set out by foot on a walking safari.

The South Luangwa is famous for its guided walking safaris that can be anything from a gentle morning stroll from your luxurious lodge to several days in a remote bush camp. Few experiences in Africa can beat walking through an untamed wilderness led by expert, armed guides who are passionate about the bush and take great pride in sharing their knowledge and enthusiasm with you.

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Liuwa Plain National Park

Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia has one of the oldest conservation histories in Africa, dating back to the 19th century where the King of Barotseland, Lubosi Lewanika, appointed his people to be the custodians of the park and its wildlife. They maintain that sentiment today. With an estimated 10,000 people legally living within the park, Liuwa is a prime example of how people and wildlife can co-exist and benefit in a shared landscape. Each year, Liuwa hosts the second largest wildebeest migration on the continent, numbering around 30,000 individuals – this is one of the most glorious spectacles on the planet. But this was not always the case. Before African Parks assumed management of Liuwa in 2003, in partnership with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) and the Barotse Royal Establishment, wildebeest and zebra were in steep decline, grasslands were threatened by rice fields, and all but one lonely lioness remained, “Lady Liuwa”.

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Kafue National Park

The largest of Zambia’s conservation areas, Kafue National Park offers its visitors an unusual safari experience: excellent big game viewing with barely another vehicle in sight. Accessible through daily charter flights, Kafue still lies well off the beaten track and is very, very wild with just a handful of luxury tented camps – most of them overlooking the vast Busanga Plains in the north-east corner of the reserve.

The highlight of a Kafue safari, these grassy seasonal floodplains are the grazing grounds for huge numbers of red lechwe and puku antelope as well as herds of buffalo and wildebeest, all of which are preyed on by cheetah, wild dog, spotted hyena and lion. Along with great game viewing, part of the magic of Busanga lies in its scenery: expect spectacular pink sunrises punctuated by the silhouettes of antelope feeding in the early morning mist.