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Zambia is one of Africa’s wildest and most remote safari destinations. An incredible 35% of Zambia’s land mass is reserved for wildlife conservation, with premium safari experiences found along the Zambezi, Kafue and Luangwa rivers. The most iconic destination along the Zambezi River is the spectacular Victoria Falls, found on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Explorers can visit Livingstone Island by boat for an exclusive view of the world’s largest waterfall. Whilst thrill seekers can go one step further and swim on the edge of Devils Pool, as the river rushes past them before plunging into the 110m deep gorge! A short trip into the landlocked interior introduces explorers to Kafue National Park, Zambia’s largest national park covering 22 400km2 being roughly the same size as Wales! The Kafue River flows through the park sustaining a diverse range of wildlife including antelopes, hippos, crocodiles and so much more. The Busanga Plains is a flat grassy floodplain in the north of the park that provides the perfect scenery to view lions stalking prey across the lush wetland. South Luangwa National Park in the remote eastern corner of Zambia is renowned for its exceptional density of wildlife along the Luangwa River. The Park pioneered the walking safari in Africa, offering adventurous explorers the life changing experience of tracking leopards across the wilderness! In conclusion, the undisturbed nature of Zambia’s national parks suits explorers seeking an intimate safari experience far away from the crowds that have become common at Africa’s more well-known locations.

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