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Safari in Zambia © Lars Plougmann

Big Game Safari

Many visitors to Zambia come for an African safari and are usually headed for game lodges or safari companies. Chief among the parks in Zambia for travellers is South Luangwa National Park, centred on the most intact major river system in Africa, which hosts a huge concentration of game, among the richest on the continent.…

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Vic Falls Bungee © Mike

Bungee at Vic Falls

The bridge over the Victoria Falls was until recently the setting for the highest bungee jump in the world, at 364ft (111m). This jump is renowned for its adrenaline rush as you stand far above the turbulent water looking down into the gorge below. Although no longer the highest, this jump certainly still has one of…

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Zambezi Rafting © Christopher Jensen

Raft the Zambezi

Nearly half the rapids on the Zambezi River below the Victoria Falls are classified as Grade 5 (Grade 6 is commercially unrunnable), which means that the steep gradient of the river causes long and extremely turbulent rapids with big drops and a high volume of water. Half and full-day rafting expeditions provide what…

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Safari in Zambia © Lars Plougmann

Big Game Safari

Many visitors to Zambia come for an African safari and are usually headed for game lodges or safari companies. Chief among the parks in Zambia for travellers is South Luangwa National Park, centred on the most intact major river system in Africa, which hosts a huge concentration of game, among the richest on the continent.…

read more


Vic Falls Bungee © Mike

Bungee at Vic Falls

The bridge over the Victoria Falls was until recently the setting for the highest bungee jump in the world, at 364ft (111m). This jump is renowned for its adrenaline rush as you stand far above the turbulent water looking down into the gorge below. Although no longer the highest, this jump certainly still has one of…

read more


Zambezi Rafting © Christopher Jensen

Raft the Zambezi

Nearly half the rapids on the Zambezi River below the Victoria Falls are classified as Grade 5 (Grade 6 is commercially unrunnable), which means that the steep gradient of the river causes long and extremely turbulent rapids with big drops and a high volume of water. Half and full-day rafting expeditions provide what…

read more