Zambia

Zambia ranks as one of the top photographic areas in Africa thanks to fantastic wildlife, scenery and diversity, combined with the authenticity of its camps, quality of guides and great opportunities for walking and photographing on foot. It’s a place that can be visited again and again and has options for every season.

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South Luangwa photographic workshops with David Rogers.
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Zambia, South Luangwa, hippo fighting© David Rogers
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Zambia, South Luangwa, © David Rogers, Hippo in the Mwamba channel
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First time visitors should consider four days in South Luangwa, four days in Lower Zambezi and two days at Victoria Falls. Repeat visitors will find Liuwa Plains, Kafue and Kasanka fascinating. Generally, the game viewing is at its best from June until October. But there are also great offers and opportunities in the Emerald Season from November to May. Let us help you with your planning and arrangements, and we can put you in the right places at the right time.

Quick Facts:

  • Zambia is a landlocked country bordered by Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Angola, DRC, Tanzania, Malawi and Mozambique
  • Kafue is the largest national park in Zambia, at 22,000 square kilometres, with the greatest biodiversity with 480 birds and 15 mammal species
  • The largest concentration of straw coloured fruit bats (five million) congregates in the Mushitu Forest at Kasanka in Zambia every November

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