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Duration Price
Zimbabwe Tour Package from India6 days & 5 nights
INR 1,72,000
Zambia Tour Package from India5 days & 4 nights
INR 2,60,000
Zimbabwe Safari Package From India6 days & 5 nights
INR 2,64,000

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Curated with care to suit each person’s tastes and interests, the Zambia holiday packages are designed to make your experience in this country as happening as possible. With its plethora of activities and its accommodative sightseeing tours, these packages offered by Thrillophilia promise to leave you with some unforgettable memories of your time spent here in Zambia.

Offered at unparalleled rates, Thrillophilia’s Zambia tour packages make sure that you get to explore the fantastic country as exhaustively as possible. From the majestic Victoria Falls cascading from unbelievable heights, to the various national parks around the country, these packages offer a taste of the Zambian way of life in the best possible way. These amazing discounted deals by Thrillophilia are customized according to the traveller’s taste.

Whether you’re a wildlife enthusiast or a lover of the water, these Zambia trip packages have activities suited for all. From big-game spotting at the South Luangwa National Park to canoe safaris at the Lower Zambezi National Park, one can never run out of things to do in Zambia. Those with an adventurous bent of mind will also have the time of their lives wading across the Devil’s Pool, or try out the various adventure sports offered around Victoria Falls.

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Which are the famous places to Visit during the Zambia Tour?

1. Victoria Falls: Falling from a height of over 1,000 meters on the Zambezi rivers, Victoria Falls is widely regarded for its grandeur and awe-inspiring beauty. Famed as being the greatest and widest curtain of falling water in the world, this waterfall is among the most popular inclusions in Zambia holiday packages. Cascading from its massive height, this misty waterfall meets the stunning Devil’s Pool at the bottom, a natural rock pool that invites swimmers at all times of the year. A dramatic basalt cliff rises to equal heights right opposite the Victoria Falls which offers unparalleled front seat views of the majestic waterfall.

- Highlights:natural rock pool, water sports, bungee jumping, trekking opportunities

2. Sioma Ngwezi National Park: Overbrimming with Saharan woodlands, Sioma Ngwezi is one of the most offbeat inclusions in Zambia holiday packages. Spreading over 5,000 kilometers in length, the natural park aims to conserve the severely poached animals in Zambia. A variety of animals, such as hyenas, cheetahs, leopards and elephants can be spotted here. The Sioma Falls, located right within the park, is a special attraction here. The park also arranges for birdwatching expeditions, while game drives and game walks are quite popular here as well.

- Highlights:Sioma Waterfall, organized safaris, birdwatching, fishing expeditions

3. South Luangwa National Park: Regarded as one of the greatest national parks across the world, South Luangwa secures a prominent position in almost all Zambia tour packages. Nestled along the Luangwa river and its stunning oxbow lagoons, the park can be seen brimming with the greatest concentration of Zambia’s wildlife. In fact, South Luangwa is home to over 60 species of animals and about 400 different species of birds. This National Park was also the birthplace of the famous ‘walking safari’, where tourists can explore the wilderness on foot.

- Highlights:walking safari, camping, mountain biking facilities

4. Lower Zambezi National Park: Among the best things to do in Zambia holiday packages is to take a wildlife safari in the Lower Zambezi. Nestled on the banks of the Zambezi river, the National Park is home to some of the mightiest animals of Africa, and prides in its safari options. Elephants, lions, buffalo’s and hippos are quite commonly spotted here. The National Park is also home to several classy camps for those interested in spending a night in the heart of nature. The park is also ideal for stargazing expeditions.

- Highlights:Canoe safaris, camping, stargazing, big game spotting

5. Shiwa Ngandu Manor House: One of the most unique places to visit in Zambia holiday packages, this English country house sits in the quiet village of Shiwa Ngandu. Built in the early 20th century, this historical manor is now a famous safari house in the hills of northern Zambia. The Manor offers luxury, colonial styled accommodation in its exquisitely designed rooms. Attached to the estate is a private game reserve, home to over 30 species of wildlife and 200 species of birds. A private lake sits at the heart of the estate, which is ideal for boating and fishing activities. Safaris are tours that are commonplace activities here.

- Highlights:Walking tours, horse riding, birdwatching, boating, fishing

6. Kafue National Park: A mandatory inclusion in all Zambia travel packages, Kafue is the oldest largest national park in the country. Spreading over a massive area of 22,000, the national park is fairly untouched owing to its remote location. The Kafue river runs through the centre of the park, adding to the scenic beauty of the place. A lot of big game can be spotted here, such as elephants, cheetahs and lions. The park is also home to around 500 species of birds, making it an ideal place for birdwatching.

- Highlights: Wildlife safari, birdwatching, camping

7. Lake Kashiba: Said to be one of the deepest lakes in Zambia, the stunning Lake Kashiba is an absolute must visit while in the country. One of the most enigmatic destinations in Zambia Holiday packages, the mysterious Kashiba is a ‘sunken lake’- a sinkhole situated about 30 feet below its surroundings. The clear waters of the lake offer a clean line of sight to the fishes that swim here. Fishing is also extremely popular here. The banks of the lake are flocked by birds throughout the year, making it a popular spot for birdwatching.

- Highlights:Picnic grounds, fishing, birdwatching, swimming, scuba diving

8. Lake Kariba: One of the most picturesque places to visit in Zambia tour packages, Lake Kariba is the largest man-made lake in the world. The lake was formed by creating a dam over the Zambezi, which is the main water source here. Home to over 40 species of fishes, the lake is a popular spot for fishing sports. Boating is also quite common here, with late dusk being the best time to visit the place. Several eateries and lodges line the side of the lake. Camping is also quite popular here, with several open campsites lining the place.

- Highlights:Boating, fishing, sunset views, campsites

9. Blue Lagoon National Park: One of Zambia’s smallest national parks, the undiscovered gem of Blue Lagoon begs a visit. The abundance and variety of birds found her makes the park one of the best places to visit in Zambia holiday packages for birdwatchers. The vast floodplains that scatter the park makes it a popular hideout for several waterbirds, along with a number of wildlife such as zebras, lechwes and buffalos. Safaris are also quite popular here.

- Highlights:Wildlife safari, birdwatching, farmhouse stay, campsites

10. Siavonga: Spread along the northern edge of Lake Kariba, the town of Siavonga is regarded as the ‘Riviera of Zambia.’ Set amongst rolling green hills and verdant greenery, the quiet beauty of the town beckons international travellers and local dwellers alike. The town is most popular as the home of the Kariba lake, which sits at the very heart of Siavonga. Walking tours, boating and fishing are popular activities here. It is also a great place to try out the local cuisine of Zambia, with several eateries scattered around the place.

- Highlights:Lake Kariba, boating, fishing tours, sunset views

What are the best things to do on the Zambia Tour?

1. Safari at South Luangwa National Park: One of the most beautiful places in the country, South Luangwa National Park is an absolute must visit in all Zambia holiday packages. The national park is well known for its canoe safaris, which takes place on the Zambezi river. Travellers are treated to uninterrupted views of the African wildlife here as the canoe slides along the quiet river. Jeep safaris are also quite popular here. Walking tours are also offered at the South Luangwa, as the wilderness here is best explored on foot.

- Location:South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

2. Explore Victoria Falls: Zambia’ most majestic attractions, the grand beauty of the Victoria Falls is quite unmissable while in the country. There are several ways to explore and experience the beautiful falls. Trekking enthusiasts will have a great time scaling the massive basalt cliffs that offer front seat views to the waterfall. Several helicopter tours are offered here as well. Those with a taste for adventure can also try their hand at the various water sports offered here, such as high rope activities, rafting, canoeing or skydiving.

- Location:Victoria Falls, Mosi-o-tunya Road, Livingstone, Zambia

3. Luangwa Bridge Camp: One of the many campsites in the Luangwa region, the Luangwa Bridge Camp is a popular inclusion in several Zambia travel packages. Several chalets are scattered around the place, although it’s a good spot to pitch a tent as well. The camp offers a number of activities, such as hiking expeditions, sundown canoe trips, river gorge treks and much more. A well equipped canteen here is known for its delectable snacks, with Zambian filter coffee being a favorite here.

- Location:Luangwa River, Zambia

4. Swim at Devil's Pool: Situated on one of the ledges of Victoria Falls, Devil’s Pool is one of the most gorgeous attractions included in Zambia tour packages. The natural infinity pool is a popular spot for taking a dip. Although not dangerous by nature, one needs to be a confident swimmer in order to swim in the Devil’s Pool. Once in the pool, swimmers can cling to the rock’s ledge and look over the edge of the Falls and at the pool below. If you’re lucky enough, you could also find a rainbow shining over the pool when you’re in it!

- Location:Livingstone, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

5. Swim at Kafue National Park: Apart from its fantastic wilderness spotting opportunities and exotic safari adventures, the Kafue National Park is known for its well-equipped chalets and camp lodges as well. Several of these safari lodges feature private swimming pools of their own, which travellers can take advantage of at their own leisure. Offering picturesque views of the surroundings, these outdoor pools offer much needed respite in the hot and humid summers of Zambia.

- Location:Hippo Lodge, Leopard Lodge, Old Palm Tree Lodge, Mu-Fungata Safari Lodge. Kafue National Park, D769, Zambia.

6. Explore Bangweulu Wetlands: Among the most offbeat inclusions in Zambia travel packages, the Bangweulu Wetlands are a network of seasonal lakes that get flooded during the heavy rains. With its name literally translating to “where the water meets the sky”, Bangweulu is one of the largest wetland systems in the world. This rarely explored region in Zambia is home to the country’s largest population of the native black lechwe, which can be spotted in abundance here. Other swamp-dwelling animals such as antelopes and hyenas can be spotted here as well. Home to over 400 species of birds, the wetlands are a special attraction for birdwatchers coming to Zambia. A range of guided trips are available at the wetlands, such as canoe tours, motorboat rides and shoebill-nest spotting tours. During the dry season, boating is replaced by walking tours and self-drives.

- Location:Bangweulu Wetlands, Luapele

What kind of safari tours can I experience in Zambia?

1. Birding Safari: Home to a massive 779 species of birds, Birding safaris are some of the best ways to explore the wilderness of Africa. Canoe safaris are the best kind of birding safaris offered in Zambia, with the lazily drifting canoe offering plenty of birdwatching opportunities. Kafue National Park and Lochinvar National Park are the two best spots in Zambia for birdwatching.

2. Canoeing Safaris: A canoe safari is one of the best ways to explore the beauty of the natural African landscape. Taking place in the lower Zambezi river, these canoe safaris let you take in the grandeur of the wilderness from the sidelines. These safaris are well suited for big game spotting and birdwatching.

3. Guided Jeep Safaris: A much sought-after inclusion in Zambia trip packages, guided safaris are extremely popular among tourists. These guided safaris are ideal for big game spotting. An expert guide is generally tagged along in this safari, offering invaluable insight about the wildlife and vegetation that can be found here.

4. Walking safaris: Offered only in Africa, the walking safari is one of the best ways to explore the wilderness here on a personal level. An experience suited to adventure lovers, these safaris take you across the strenuous terrain on foot, with an expert guide offering insight into the animal and bird life found here. These safaris are also ideal for birdwatching.

5. Photography safaris: If photography is your thing, then these kinds of safaris are best for you. Photography safaris take place either on open vehicles or on foot. These safaris make plenty of stops along the way to allow you to photograph the scenery at your own pace.

How can I reach Zambia?

The only way to reach Zambia is by air. The two major airports here are in Lusaka and Livingstone. Lusaka is the main international airport in the country, with several international flights coming here. Livingstone Airport is mostly used for domestic travel, although several airlines connect Livingstone to Johannesburg, which is a popular connecting city for international travellers.

What is the best time to visit Zambia?

The climate in Zambia is largely divided into wet and dry seasons. The best time to visit the country is between the months of June and November. During this time, the weather here remains cool and dry, making it the ideal season for sightseeing. Wildlife tours, which is the main highlight in most Zambia trip packages, are also best enjoyed during this season.

What is special about Zambia?

With safari being one of the most popular inclusions in all Zambia trip packages, the country is best known for its wildlife and wilderness. One of Africa’s best safari destinations, the country attracts wildlife and photography enthusiasts flock here throughout the year.

What is famous in Zambia for shopping?

The best things to buy in Zambia are handicraft items. This includes a variety of different items such as curious, handmade masks, baskets and idols.

Is Zambia worth visiting?

With its rolling green grasslands and fantastic wildlife, Zambia is most definitely worth a visit. If you’re a wildlife or safari enthusiast, then the country is just the place for you. Adventure lovers will also spend a fantastic time trying out the array of extreme sports offered here.

Do I need a visa to visit Zambia?

All international travellers must be equipped with a valid passport and visa for gaining entry into Zambia. Tourist visas for Zambia can be obtained at the official website or upon arrival at any of the ports of entry.

What is the local cuisine of Zambia?

1. Nshima: Zambia’s main staple, Nshima is a grounded corn dish which can be eaten both in a traditional and experimental manner.

2. Ifinkubala: Another name for caterpillars, Finkubala is a delicacy in Zambia. The caterpillars are fried in oil and then served with a side of Nshima and vegetables.

3. Chikanda: Often mistaken for a meatloaf, this vegetarian dish is baked out of wild orchid tubers and peanuts. Chikanda can be eaten both hot and cold.

4. Ifisashi: Ifisashi is a preparation of grounded peanuts mixed with vegetables, and sometimes even fish.

5. Vitumbuwa: A common sweet dish, Vitumbuwa are fried dough balls simmered in sugar and water.

What are the best ways to commute in and around Zambia?

Most areas in and around Zambia are well connected by road. Car rentals and taxis are quite easily available as viable modes of transport in and around the city. Buses are generally used for inter-city transport. Some bike rentals are available around the city as well, where tourists can rent bikes to travel around the place.

What is the currency of Zambia?

The currency used in Zambia is the Zambian Kwacha, with one Kwacha (K1) divided into 100 Ngwees. The currency denominations are divided into banknotes of K100, K50, K20, K10, K5 and K2.

How much does it cost to tour Zambia?

The cost of Zambia trip packages generally varies with the season of trip and duration of stay. However, a standard 4-day package from India to Zambia will cost about 1 lakh or upward. Zambia holiday packages that include safari generally cost a bit more.

Is Zambia safe to visit?

Although there is a certain degree of risk involved with travelling abroad in general, Zambia is generally considered to be a safe place for foreign travellers. The crime rate here is generally low, and the locals are quite hospitable towards tourists.

Which are the best national parks to experience in Zambia?

1. Nsumbu National Park: From sandy shores to tower cliffs, Nsumbu National Park lacks nothing. One of the most beautiful inclusions in Zambia tour packages, this verdant national park is widely regarded both for its wildlife and wilderness.

2. Mosi-oa-Turwa National Park: One of Zambia’s smallest parks, the modest beauty Mosi-oa-Turwa is quite unmissable. A variety of wildlife can be spotted here, with elephants being found in abundance.

3. Lower Zambezi National Park: One of Zambezi’s most beautiful offerings, Lower Zambezi is perfect for big game spotting and birdwatching expeditions. The park is best known for its canoe safari trips, which takes place along the Zambezi river.

4. Kafue National Park: Zambia’s oldest and largest national park, Kafue National Park is a big hit among tourists coming to the country. Brimming with native African life, Kafue is an ideal spot for wildlife safaris and camping sports.

5. Lochinvar National Park: Spreading across the floodplains of Lochinvar, this magnificent national park is known for its variety of bird population.

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