The amazing bio-diversity in the area offers many encounters and experiences you will never forget. You can go for a walking safari in South Luangwa, Zambia with professional guides and an armed scout, or a game drive during the morning or evening when the wildlife is usually out.
Bird watching is superb in the valley. An early caller is the Ground Hornbill, looking like a well-dressed turkey but emitting the sound of a deep base drum.
The melodious Heuglin’s Robin, the shrill cry of the Fish Eagle, and the background cooing of doves and larks. With about 400 of Zambia’s 732 species of birds appearing in the Valley, including 39 birds of prey and 47 migrant species, there is plenty for the birdwatcher to spot, whatever the season.
Embark on exciting walking safaris and learn about the diverse vegetation of South Luangwa. Among the more common trees in the valley are the Mopane, Leadwood, and Winterthorn. Other interesting and beautiful specimens on your safari in Zambia include Baobab, Large Ebony forests, the tall vegetable Ivory Palm, Marula and the magnificent Tamarind tree.
Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Wild Dog, Buffalo and Giraffe are just some of the species of animals you can view on your African safari. Avid photographers will be in their element as they can shoot fantastic pictures of these animals in their natural environment.