See game and magnificent scenery on an awesome micro light flight or explore the region on day and night safaris in exclusively designed safari vehicles. Go on bush walks and cycling safaris accompanied by excellent safari guides on this Zambia holiday safari.
Tafika Safari Camp is open in the dry season from May to November.
Children under the age of 10 years may be accepted at Tafika at management discretion and will be given separate children’s dinner at night. Parents are advised to request a private game viewing vehicle for maximum flexibility.
As one of only 6 guests, you will be guaranteed an intimate walking safari in South Luangwa National Park. Tracking game on existing animal trails through wilderness that is only accessible on foot. This activity is also offered twice daily accompanied by a guide, National Parks armed scout and a very important person, the tea bearer! Other extended walking safaris over a number of days to other camps and areas are offered also.
The vehicles at Tafika Camp can seat only 4 passengers, ensuring that all guests can hear the guide and enjoy the insights and knowledge imparted. Game drives take place twice daily. The sunset drive has sundowners and usually extends in to a night drive with spotlight. All night drives have the extra services of a dedicated and trained spotter. Tafika boasts excellent Leopard spotting.
For the more adventurous guests, are accompanied by a guide and armed escort scout taking routes through the Game Management Area next to Tafika and possibly along the main roads thought the South Luangwa National Park. Animals that are often seen include Elephant, Buffalo, Impala, Puku Warthog and Zebra.
These incredible 15 minute breathtaking adventures are not scheduled but usually take place early in the day with the pilot who is the owner of Tafika.
Learn about the lives of the local people at Mkasanga Village and the school. There is also an out patients clinic, which was built by villagers and funded by the generosity of past guests and other participants. There is a fund managed by Tafika which provides community support for learning.