Explore Zambia's Lower Zambezi National Park on a short break and experience a secluded wilderness that offers wildlife viewing second to none.
Spread along the banks of the Zambezi River against the spectacular backdrop of its steep escarpment, Zambia’s Lower Zambezi National Park offers truly memorable wildlife viewing opportunities; some of the finest in Africa. Its owner-run camps offer a high degree of personalised attention and exceptional guiding by 4-wheel drive vehicle, on foot and by boat.
Arrive Lusaka and fly to Lower Zambezi National Park
On arrival at Lusaka, you check in for your connecting flight to Lower Zambezi National Park. The scheduled light aircraft flight to Jeki Airstrip takes just over half an hour.
At Jeki you will be met and transferred to your lodge, around an hour's drive away. You'll have some time to relax after the journey until it's time for lunch, before heading out later in the afternon for your first game drive or other wildlife activity.
Game drives, walks or boat trips in the National Park
Over the next three days the pattern of each day may vary a little according to the activities, but is essentially based on the same pattern: an early start with a light breakfast, followed by a morning game drive, walk or boat trip, returning to camp in time for an early lunch. After some down time (and maybe a siesta?), you’ll take afternoon tea before setting out on a late afternoon activity. It's possible that you might spend an entire day out in the bush - in which case you'll go equipped with an ample picnic lunch and cool drinks. In the early evening, following a sundowner out on the plains, you return to the camp by nightfall.
Fly to Lusaka and onward to the UK
This morning you rise early. After breakfast you will be transferred the short distance back to the airstrip in time for a flight to Lusaka and onward connection back to the UK.