Upon arrival at Lusaka International Airport you will be met by our representative and assisted with immigration and customs procedures. You will then be directed to the domestic check-in counters for your flight to Mfuwe in the South Luangwa, this flight will take just over an hour.
Day 1 – 6
5 nights Kafunta Bush experience
Your first camp Kafunta is set in the game management area downstream on the Luangwa from the main Mfuwe area, the transfer time from Mfuwe Airport is about 45 minutes. The rooms are raised on decks with wooden walls and thatched roofs, large and well designed.
Upon arrival in camp, take it easy and relax after your long trip, a sundowner in camp is a great start to your 5 nights bush experience.
The following day you will awaken early to the sweet smell of the unpolluted African bush and after breakfast venture out into the Park in an open 4x4 safari vehicle for your first taste of what lies ahead. Most of your game-viewing from Kafunta will be by vehicle and you will enjoy both day and night drives.
You will spend 2 nights here before being transferred the 2 – 3 hours to Kafunta’s remote Island Bush Camp where you will stay for another 2 nights, there are fewer roads in this area of the Park and most of the activities from this bush-camp will be on foot. You will return for a last night at Kafunta before your flight out of Mfuwe.
Day 6 – 9
When you leave South Luangwa, you will fly directly to the Lower Zambezi and into Jeki Airstrip which is about an hour and a half’s drive from your next camp Anabezi.
This camp has 10 rooms each are very spacious with large private decks and personal plunge-pools.
The camp is set close to the main river with wonderful views from its elevated position. Game-viewing in this eastern end of the National Park is typically very good and as with all Lower Zambezi camps your activity options will also include boat cruises and fishing.
Day 9 - 11
Your flight from Lower Zambezi through Lusaka to Livingstone will bring you to your final destination on this safari. On arrival in Livingstone you will be driven 45 minutes to Waterberry Lodge which is set on the bank of the Zambezi River some 25 kilometres up-stream from the Falls themselves. The camp has a very homely feel and in-house activities are offered ranging from a trip to visit the Falls to birding walks, river trips, fishing, island picnics and the like. There are numerous additional activities to enjoy in the area around the falls but spending some time just lounging around the camp is also a good option.
A 45 minute road transfer will see you back at Livingstone International Airport where you will connect to your onward flight.