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Discover the real and unspoiled Africa in Zambia

Zambia - Luxury Villas

Zambia is a destination which attracts adventurous travellers in search of wilderness. Animal lovers and photographers are spoilt.  Many day or night safaris, walking or jeep safaris are on offer to have the chance to watch elephants, lions, hippopotamus, giraffes, buffalos, zebras, rare birds…

It has a tropical climate with high temperatures and humidity the whole year round.

Located between 8 African countries, Zambia is crossed by a few rivers: The Kafue River, the Congo River and the Luangwa River. A canoe ride along one of them is an incredible experience.

The currency of Zambia is the Kwacha (ZMK) and English is the official language. Different dialects are also widely spoken.

Zambia is ideal for honeymoon and amazing luxury holidays with friends and family.

Staying in a luxurious villa along Zambia’s rivers is a memorable experience.

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  • South Luangwa National Park: 60 different species of mammal and more than 400 species of birds occupy the park. The best period to visit it is between May and November. The best way to reach South Luangwa National Park is to fly from Lusaka to Mfuwe, the gateway to the park.
  • Kafue National Park: This is the largest park in the country and the second largest in Africa. The Zambezian flooded grasslands is the highlight where visitors can catch a glimpse of antelopes, lion and leopard. The park is accessible from the road Lusaka – Mongu.
  • Lower Zambezi National Park: This park on the banks of the Zambezi River is great to see woodlands and savannah 
  • Victoria Falls: The Victoria Falls are the first thing which come to mind when thinking about Zambia. This UNESCO World Heritage Site, the natural icon of Africa, is the largest water fall in the world and is 100 metres high. 
Experience
  • A safari in a National Park
  • Hiking
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Adventurous sports: paragliding, abseiling, rafting or canoeing
  • Bungee jumping, cruising
  • A helicopter ride to get another view of the falls
  • A colourful traditional ceremony.
  • The Ku'omboka, the celebration of the annual move of the Lozi king from his summer palace in Lealui to his winter one in Limulonga on large decorated barges is worth seeing. 
  • The local food: A maize meal, a fish or a chicken dish, fried and crunchy catepillars for the most courageous, or a kapenta, a tiny fish caught in Lake Kariba, fried and eaten whole
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Norman Carr Safari

Norman Carr Safari

  • Africa, Zambia
  • Guest up to 15
  • From 11,940 USD
Chongwe River House

Chongwe River House

  • Africa, Zambia
  • Guest up to 8
  • From 2,920 USD