Day 1 Livingstone - Victoria Falls
Arriving in Livingstone, Zambia and transfer to the Lodge. The rest of the day is available for tours and excursions to Victoria Falls. To describe their majestic beauty, are not enough words. The arid data are sufficient to give an idea of them: length of the front 1688 meters, height from 90 to 110 meters, water flow from 68 million to 546 million gallons per minute depending on the season. Overnight in lodge in Livingstone.
Day 2 Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park
After breakfast visit of the Victoria Falls. There are many things to do, ranging from white water rafting on the Zambezi River, helicopter flights over the falls. Visit of Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, Small Park with big numbers of antelope, zebra, giraffe and rhino. Overnight in Camp or Lodge.
Day 3 Livingstone - Lake Kariba
After breakfast we travel to Lake Kariba. Lake Kariba is home for hippo, crocodiles and wide range of bird life as well as is one of the best places to see large number of elephants. Overnight in Camp or lodge.
Day 4 Lake Kariba - Lower Zambezi National Park
After breakfast we leave Lake Kariba and we travel in the Lower Zambezi National Park. The Park has an area of 4000 kmq, situated on the Zambezi River. We can spot a large wild-life as lion, leopard, many elephant, buffalo, hippo and also 300 species of birds.
Overnight in camp or lodge.
Day 5 Lower Zambezi National Park
Leisure time day. Many possible activities such as a canoe trip on the river, sunrise and sunset photo-safari. Overnight in camp or lodge.
Day 6 Lower Zambezi National Park - South Luangwa National Park
Today we travel to South Luangwa National Park. The famous “walking safari” originated here. The concentration of game here is the most intensive in Africa, such abundance of animals could almost called crowded; more than 60 different animal and 400 species of birds, thousands of elephants and the largest concentrations of Leopard in Africa.
Overnight in camp or lodge.
Day 7, 8 and 9 South Luangwa National Park
We spend two days in the Park to spot wild animals. In the two days we enjoy morning walking safari and sunset game drive. Our camp or lodge is on the river’s bank which is the best place to spot animals during the time they go to drink in the river. Overnight in camp or lodge on river bank.
Day 10 South Luangwa National Park – Lake Malawi
Today we leave the Luangwa National Park and we travel to Lake Malawi. The Lake is the first freshwater park and also UNESCO World Heritage site with more than 500 species of fish. It’s 560 km long, 80 km wide and 700m deep. Overnight in camp or lodge on Malawi Lake.
Day 11, 12 and 13 Lake Malawi
We spend the next two days on the lake, relaxing. We have time for many different water sport activities as scuba diving, parasailing, windsurfing, fishing, horse riding. Overnight in camps or lodges.
Day 14 Lake Malawi - Lilongwe- Back home
Today transfer to the Lilongwe airport and come back at home.