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Zambia beckons to the intrepid and the adventurous – those who want to step
off the path and see and feel the real sights, sounds and smell of Africa. That
said, the Zambian side of Victoria Falls offers some of the most sophisticated
riverside lodges in Africa.
Explorer David Livingstone first saw the awesome glory of the Victoria Falls
from what is now Zambia – his memory is enshrined in a statue in the nearby
town of Livingstone. Livingstone is experiencing something of a revival and
many visitors now prefer to stay in one of the stunning riverside lodges along
the Zambian banks of the Zambezi above Victoria Falls. These are perfectly
placed for post-safari relaxation and for visiting the wonder of the world –
Victoria Falls. You can also take part in many adventure activities like white
water rafting, a bungee jump off Victoria Falls Bridge; abseiling, canoeing
safaris down the Zambezi, River Surfing; excellent Tiger Fishing; microlighting;
and breathtaking African sunsets are on offer. The power of the Zambezi River
has carved a zigzag line of gorges over millennia that created this natural
wonder that plunges 350 feet. The river also allows travelers to experience
close-up game viewing by canoe or motorboat.
Blessed with 17 magnificent waterfalls apart from the spectacular Victoria
Falls, Zambia offers tours to 'cascade followers' into the remote undeveloped
rural areas where you can get a glimpse of village life. Zambia has the largest
water resources in the whole of southern Africa with 5 massive lakes and
plentiful rivers offering excellent fishing.
Wildlife Reserves in Zambia offer some of the finest African safaris with a
profusion of birds, abundant wildlife, and raw, pulsating wilderness, all in one
friendly country. The Luangwa Valley offers a wild and remote safari vacation
with experienced guides who have intimate knowledge of the bush. Luangwa
is home of the legendary walking safari and you can experience the thrill of
Africa under your feet and encounters with animals on their own turf. The other
big advantage of a Zambia safari is that night drives are allowed within
Zambia's national parks. The Lower Zambezi National Park lies opposite
Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools and offers the same wild and remote big game
experience on the banks of the great Zambezi River. Safari lodges along this
stretch of the river offer a wonderfully wild location without compromising
standards or service. Other Zambian reserves include Kafue, Lochinvar and
Lechwe Plains, all of which contain superb safari lodges and camps in the
wildest of settings.
Zambia is also known for its rich, expressive folk art and tribal customs. Plan
your journey to Zambia with Bateleur Tours and Travel.
Bateleur Africa Tours & Travel Ltd.
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