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WALKING, CANOEING AND OPEN VEHICLES
 
Zambia is the perfect place for a real family safari adventure. You can track elephants and giraffe on foot with an expert guide. You can paddle a stable Canadian canoe down the Zambezi watching zebra and antelope drinking at the water’s edge.
Walking through the bush with an expert guide, you’ll watch huge buffalo herds as they graze on the lush vegetation, listening to their grunts and snorts. Go out on open vehicle safaris by day and after dark when leopard and hyena venture out to hunt. Then hop across to Victoria Falls at the end for and relax on the river bank, raft the river rapids, or even take a jaw dropping helicopter flight over the falls.
The camps we use in Zambia are all remote, small and expertly run. When you’re out on safari you can expect to see virtually no-one else so you have that feeling you have Africa to yourselves. Then back in camp enjoy delicious meals, the company of the other guests and a good comfort level.
Each day you choose what you want to do. None of the activities are strenuous yet there is a real sense of adventure. Your guide puts your safety first and his deep knowledge and enthusiasm makes every moment on safari a revelation. The best time to travel is May to late October when the weather is bone dry and the great herds are gathering around the rivers and lagoons.
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