The land of the legendary African walking safari, Victoria Falls,the wild Zambezi River,abundant wildlife,and raw wilderness,all in one friendly country.
Blessed with awe-inspiring natural wonders, an abundance of wildlife, huge water bodies and vast open spaces, Zambia offers unforgettable holidays exploring the real Africa.
Acknowledged as one of the safest countries in the world to visit, Zambia’s welcoming people live in peace and harmony. And here, in the warm heart of Africa, you will find some of the finest Safari experiences on the planet, including face to face encounters with Nature at its most wild.
Zambia is crammed full with smiling, friendly people, breathtaking scenery and authentically wild National Parks. From the calm shores of Lake Tanganyika to the rushing waters of the Victoria Falls, Zambia is home to an amazing array of beautiful places and cultures.Until recently, Zambia has been ignored by tourists, which was a pity because it has so much to offer. Zambia now has a standing of being one of the greatest destinations to go to for a unique experience.
Travellers Projects are located in the quaint town of Livingstone, close to the incredible Victoria Falls.You will have plenty of opportunity to contribute in the multitude of activities that enclose the fall. Livingstone is, without a doubt, the adrenaline capital of Zambia.
ambia is the real home for the mighty Victoria Falls, one of the 7 wonders of the world and the largest water fall in the world. Other tourist attractions include: Kariba Dam (one of the largest man-made lakes in the world); and the Kalambo Falls (one of the deepest falls in the world). Zambia boasts of 19 National Parks, with one of the largest in the world (Kafue National Park); and 34 game management areas and 23 million hectares devoted to the conservation of a spectacular variety of wild animals and bird species. It has one of the largest concentrations of game in Africa. Zambia has a rich cultural heritage and therefore has a number of cultural sites that could be visited. It holds a number of traditional ceremonies including the Kuomboka (in the Western Province); Ncwala (in the EasternProvince); Likumbi Lyamize (in the North WesternProvince); Shimunenga (in the Southern Province) and Mutomboko (in Luapula Province).
Victoria Falls Safari Tour Experiences In Livingstone, Zambia
Whitewater Rafting On Zambezi River: Seasonal Whitewater Rafting On Zambezi River are run in large rubber rafts, launched from just below the Falls. You can experience a half day trip, full day or two day.
Victoria Falls Bungi Jumping: The highest commercial bridge jump in the world with the most spectacular setting at Victoria Falls. This must be the ultimate adrenaline rush, as you leap into space, free fall, saved from the swirling water below by the rebound of the cord, then hurtled upwards again at great speed. It’s an indescribable feeling that will probably change your life.
Zambezi Canoeing at Victoria Falls: A canoeing Safari on the upper portion of the Zambezi River, is a wonderful relaxing way to enjoy the astonishingly beautiful scenery that lines the river before it takes its plunge over the Victoria Falls. This part of the river is dotted with many islands of varying size; home to many birds and small animals.
Elephant Back Safaris at Victoria Falls: Your Elephant Back Safari at Victoria Falls begins with a pickup from your accommodation and transfer to the elephant boma at Mosi Oa Tunya National Park where you are introduced to your specially trained elephants and their handlers.
Victoria Falls Helicopter Flight: Experience the Victoria Falls with a birds eye view. Take off from the helicopter site and climb to a height of 1500 feet above the ground, while approaching the magnificent Victoria Falls.
Other Livingstone Victoria Falls Tours are: Zambezi River Boat Cruise, Dinner On Royal Livingstone Express Train Service, Livingstone Island Tour, The David Livingstone Museum Tour, Railway Museum & Tour of Livingstone Town, Chief Mukuni Village Cultural Tour, Maramba Market, Mosi-o-Tunya National Park Safari, Tours On The Segway & many more.
When we ventured on this small Zambia project to describe what the Top 10 reasons are for our guests to visit Zambia, we contemplated attentively at the plethora of specific reasons. We wanted to designate as much as possible but limit the number to 10. We had a suggestion from Raza Visram, Operations Director at AfricanMecca Safaris that termed the country’s offerings compared to other African destinations in one sentence: “Zambia, authentic wild Africa and land of the majestic Victoria Falls”. Here are the experiences that deeply connected us to Zambia and what the experience can be for you:
Come visit or vacation at one of the greatest world wonders – an erosion of the earth’s crust to create the most spectacular view of the water plunging into the gorge and creating the “smoke that thunders” – in local language “Mosi-O-Tunya”. Those who have been to Africa and visited the Victoria Falls in Zambia, say it’s an experience of a lifetime, a feeling unmatched by any other waterfall. The greatest known curtain of falling water’, Victoria Falls are a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River. Visiting Victoria Falls at various times of the year will provide completely different experiences of the area.
The national parks in Zambia remain off the beaten path, and nature is showcased and at work by the minute and particularly during the night game drives in the parks. The large waterways in Zambia make most of the parks inaccessible from November to March, allowing wildlife, plantlife, birdlife & the whole ecosystem to undergo a complete rejuvenation & rebirth by the time April comes around. The ecology’s unique “my time” is most loved and cherished by nature lovers allowing them to see the complete environment in a natural state after total five month absence. It is no wonder that famous adage about Zambia applies naturally: “Zambia – The Real Africa”.
The Luangwa River attracts wildlife and has played host to families who settled in the area to promote the conservation of this very special part of Africa – Luangwa Valley (Garden Of Eden). The Luangwa family pooling together has enabled the experiences of the wildlife and ecology to be explained to the world. The magic of the Luangwa includes the great many concentrations of leopards in the area, the rutting and calving of the impala, the closing and rebirth of the ecosystem, the ebb and flow of the water level that saturate the land and sustain it along with the history and existence of the families that have been hard at work for 75 years to keep it all together.
Zambia is the only country in Africa that can guarantee and claim to pioneer the ability to see wildlife, birdlife & ecology on foot, and deliver on a sensational experience, all with the safety and leadership of Africa’s best trained guides. Consider Norman Carr, who is the father of walking safari in Zambia and Africa, created and set professional standards in walking safari and camp experienc
Zambia offers an incredible choice of adventure tour activities in Livingstone – some adrenalin packed and some just pure fun. Whether it’s canoeing down the Zambezi River or a microlight on single small engine gliding with specialized wings over the Victoria Falls for that once in a lifetime personalized view or for those wanting to take a plunge off the bridge separating the Victoria Falls. Depending on your comfort level, you can take on adventurous expeditions of choice while staying at one of the Zambia hotels in Livingstone Victoria Falls. Other adventure activities are elephant back Safaris, horse Riding, river fishing, boat cruises and many more.
Zambia is immersed in a very rich colonial history. Ever heard of the “Rhodes Scholar” program or oxford university’s “Rhodes Scholarship” or the terminology “Cape to Cairo” and a railway that spans the gorges between the Victoria Falls. This can be attributed to Cecil Rhodes, who amassed enormous amounts of wealth in Rhodesia. Experience the only western named town in Zambia preserved in honor of Dr. David Livingstone, who strove to eliminate slavery. Dr. David Livingstone was based in Zambia (northern Rhodesia). He died in Zambia and his heart was buried in Zambia. Consider adding on an experience to Shiwa Ng’andu, created as a remote piece of England in the heart of Africa, a reminder to the visiting guests of bygone era.
Zambia has 19 national parks and protected areas with the core wildlife concentration areas being Lower Zambezi, South Luangwa, North Luangwa, Kafue. Each of these parks offer unique and non-duplicating experiences. The Lower Zambezi, which opens to the Zambezi water levels from the Kariba Dam, offers river specialty activities among other land activities. The Luangwa Valley & its Luangwa River lifeline, offers wildlife and birdlife an ecological pilgrimage all along its path. The Kafue National Park opens to the Busanga grasslands allowing the opportunity to traverse the plains spotting wildlife in one of Africa’s pristine, remote & untouched area.
Zambia’s excellent waterways are home to beautiful bird species. Although many clients arrive into Zambia saying “birding is not my thing”. After spending a week on safari, one cannot help but notice the positive attraction that the birds of Zambia create for these guests. Take for example, the unexpected opportunity to see the Martial eagle taking down a guinea fowl in real time, the colorful carmine bee-eaters’ nesting season, millions of straw-colored fruit bats migrating into Kasanka or the opportunity to travel to the Banguwelu Swamps to view the shoebill storks. These are one of kind experiences in Zambia.
Imagine a spectacular sunset as it vanishes in the distance with views of the trees in between the mountain/hilly humps with water flowing at the foot of the hills and the birds silhouette against the skies with no people except you – that would not be the Thomas Kincaid painting but a true to life experience in Zambia.
Zambia has 74 tribal communities, and the common denominator of all these tribes and inter-related cultures, you will notice one powerful fact: that Zambians are of the one most friendliest people you have ever met. The cordiality is very appealing and pleasant, especially when trying to engage and participate in the various ceremonies around the country. Tribal communities are eager to explain and display the cultural diversity that Zambia so proudly offers. Engage in the Lozi Tribe’s Kuomboka Ceremony or volunteer at Kawaza Cultural Village in South Luangwa the cultural safari experiences are diverse and infinite.
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