Zambia David Rogers
Zambia is my ultimate country for photographic safaris. Not only are its parks incredible, but it also has the friendliest people that you can hope to meet. It has become increasingly popular as a safari destination over the past 10 years but it retains its classic authenticity and still has a nostalgic safari atmosphere that will appeal to purists.
Liuwa Plains National Park
Liuwa is situated in a remote section of Western Zambia. Few people have ventured into the Liuwa Plains due to its relative inaccessibility.
Lower Zambezi National Park
Downstream from Kariba, the Zambezi joins the Kafue River and enters a wide and spectacular valley which has Zambia’s Lower Zambezi on the northern bank and Mana Pools National Park on the southern bank.
South Luangwa National Park
This is one of the premier parks in Africa and famous for its walking trails, magnificent riverine landscapes and high concentrations of game.
This is one of the wonders of the world. The falls are most impressive when they are in flood at the end of the rainy season (March and April) when up to 550 million litres of water per minute rush over the edge.