Best Time To GoMay - November
Time ZoneET +7 hours
Zambia Luxury Safari
Travel Zambia in Luxury
Explore verdant Zambia on an A&K Zambia safari, with its game-rich parks and incredible proximity to the Victoria Falls. The continent's largest animals - including elephant and hippopotamus - roam Zambia's reserves, and on the Zambia safari, there is no shortage of game viewing opportunities.
On an A&K Zambia safari, visit South Luangwa National Park, a haven for elephant, lion and endemic species such as Thornicroft's giraffe. During night drives, spot nocturnal animals including leopard and spotted hyena. Another must on the Zambia safari is the Lower Zambezi National Park, crisscrossed by the Zambezi River, the life-source of enormous herds of elephant, buffalo and waterbuck, as well as 350 bird species. Choose between exploring the floodplains on foot or by 4x4 vehicle - or more uniquely, by canoe, gently gliding through the thick reeds on the trail of hippo. Trek to the Victoria Falls and marvel at this spectacle of nature, an essential Zambia safari experience. A&K's Zambia safari lodging options are second to none. Many are located deep in the African bush, where extraordinary moments await each day, such as catching a fiery sunset on a river cruise while sipping a sundowner.
An A&K Zambia safari offers an exceptional introduction into this lush country that boasts some of Africa's most striking wildlife and natural splendors.
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Learn how Abercrombie & Kent Philanthropy (AKP) assists Nakatindi Village in Zambia, a community of 2,800 on the border of Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, the site of Victoria Falls. With the help of A&K guests, AKP has transformed the community with projects including new classrooms, a clinic, and a bike enterprise.
Near Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, not far from Victoria Falls, lies Nakatindi village. Every day confronts its residents with the challenges that come with sharing land with wild animals. To help both the human and wild populations, AKP has initiated a broad range of conservation and community improvement projects.