Zambia’s has only recently been recognised as a luxury tourist destination. With thrill seeking attractions whether you’re on the ground, in the water or bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls bridge.

It hasn’t yet reached the point where it’s flooding with tourists. Visiting this divine country means an unforgettable experience – but not an overcrowded one. Instead the open and thriving habitat will envelop you, and the array of activities and comfortable accommodations make for a lifting experience.
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An obvious must see is the Victoria Falls, shared with Zambia’s southern neighbour, Zimbabwe. Unlike Zimbabwe however, the accommodations are generally more secluded and personal, without putting a damper on the service or quality.

Though if you were to explore the country’s regions more deeply, you would discover plenty more exquisite waterfalls and rapids running along the rivers that divide the lands. The country is unique and unspoilt, with more natural resources than any other in Southern Africa.

Though the country is known for its rural landscape, its central cities create a bustling urban hub with casino resorts and businesses growing along with Zambia’s economy. It is a melting pot of diversity with a total of 72 ethnic groups, most of which are Bantu speaking.

The government has taken an official stance against poaching, and the natural parks are abundant with life, boasting all of the Big 5 throughout the country. Gear up for an amazing journey.

Featured Tours

This journey is a very special one as it focus not only on conservation initiatives, but also on sustainability and community as these elements are all inter-related. Therefore, throughout the itinerary you will be exposed to ‘Environment is at the heart’ along with a number of meaningful themes.

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This Luxury experience takes in Cape Town and Johannesburg where you could experience South Africa’s warm hospitality and energetic lifestyle. You will visit Zambia where you can follow the sound and the spray as you stroll through permanent gentle rain and mist at The Falls. Highlights include Chobe and the Zambezi Queen, a luxury boathouse offering a unique and elegant way of seeing and experiencing the wildlife, scenery and atmosphere of the Chobe River and Chobe National Park.

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Spectacularly set in a lush riverine environment, The Royal Livingstone at the Victoria Falls in Zambia evokes Victorian elegance and colonial traditions in impeccable style. All of the hotel’s luxury rooms and suites feature a private veranda with spectacular views of the mighty Zambezi River. The sights and sounds of river life can be soaked up as you laze in a hammock, enjoy a massage in a waterfront gazebo, or cool off in the pool. Sip refreshments in a lounge that displays the paintings of Sir David Livingstone. Partake in charming high tea rituals, and later sundowners on a deck overlooking Victoria Falls. Savour African and European fine dining, followed by nightcaps under the stars.

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Rooms: 173
Location: Zambia
Built on a dramatic bend of the Zambezi River in the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, twelve kilometres upstream from the world-famous Victoria Falls, Sanctuary Sussi &Chuma provides unrivalled views and exclusivity. Accommodation is in twelve luxury air-conditioned tree-houses, connected by wooden walkways as well as two private houses, each with two ensuite bedrooms, a spacious lounge and dining area and private plunge pool. Each of the houses also comes with a private chef, house staff, guide and private vehicle for activities for the duration of guests’ stay. The main area of this boutique property offers an elevated bar, superb wine cellar, lounge, open air dining area, curio shop, swimming pool and a tranquil spa.

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Rooms: 12
Location: Zambia
Overlooking the Zambezi River and some of its islands is Toka Leya, comprising 12 raised, spacious en-suite safari-style tents. Tent interiors boast tasteful African décor, climate-control, an indulgent outdoor bath, and an expansive wooden deck from which to soak up the views. The camp’s dining and lounge areas offer ample space for relaxation. Meals are served on the sundeck, the pool deck and dining room all overlooking the Zambezi. There is a novel pizza oven and a curio shop. The spa rounds off the experience, making Toka Leya the ideal place for a leisurely couple of nights before or after a safari. Activities include a tour of the Victoria Falls on the Zambian side, game drives within Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, river cruises, back-of-house tours, fishing (additional nominal park fee applicable) and rhino tracking (subject to availability of a qualified walking guide and Zambia Wildlife Authority Scout; a nominal fee is charged). Tours of Livingstone town and museum and visits to Mkuni Market and a nearby village add cultural diversity. Other activities on offer in the area at additional charge include helicopter flights, canoeing, jet boating, and white water rafting.

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Rooms: 12
Location: Zambia
Little Ruckomechi celebrates one of the Zimbabwe’s great wilderness areas. Set amongst the iconic albida trees that characterise the region, the camp is built on wooden decks offering three or four* airy and elegant en-suite tents conveying the romance of a bygone explorer era. The stylish living spaces, including a dining room and lounge as well as a plunge pool, all look out over the great Zambezi River and the Zambian foothills in the distance. Little Ruckomechi’s location within our private Ruckomechi Concession ensures an exclusive safari experience complete with a diverse range of activities – game drives, boating, canoeing and walks – through which to explore Mana Pools National Park in all its abundance. NOTE: Little Ruckomechi opens in July this year and will run seasonally from May to mid/late November each year. *Three tents are offered FIT and four are available for private bookings

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Location: Zambia