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The delights of the mighty Zambezi and the dramatic Luangwa Rivers; with this 8 night safari experience in Zambia's prime National Parks of Lower Zambezi and South Luangwa.

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Anabezi Camp 4 nights,
Tena Tena Camp 4 nights
Available dates April - November
Rates from US$7115 per person sharing

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Exploration of the Zambezi and Luangwa Rivers.

The mighty Zambezi and the dramatic Luangwa Rivers flow through and along Zambia’s two prime destinations of the renowned South Luangwa National Park and the Lower Zambezi National Park.

The Lower Zambezi lies between the rugged and dramatic Zambezi escarpment and the wide and spectacular Zambezi River. The Zambezi River runs for 120 km through the park and with the protection of the Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe on the opposite side a haven for wildlife. There are many channels, lagoons, sandbanks and islands along the river and then open plains, woodland and bush areas behind the riverine strip. The river is a massive attraction and offers boating, drifting, canoeing and fishing, all with breathtaking views. For the avid fisherman, the tiger fishing (on a catch and release basis) is worth a week out here for.

The unspoilt South Luangwa National Park is one of natural jewels in Zambia’s crown, and home to one of the most varied collections of wildlife on the planet. The park is centered around the Luangwa River which is renowned for it’s pristine beauty and wildlife. Untapped by man, its natural ebb and flow of flooding makes much of the park inaccessible by road which keeps it a sanctuary for the large concentration of game that live there. A paradise for birders, over 450 species are to be found in the park, and the wildlife includes elephant, buffalo, hippos, giraffe, leopards, and lions.

Itinerary of Two Rivers day by day

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Day 1 - 4
Day 5 - 6
Day 7 - 8

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Day 1 - 4: Anabezi Camp

Anabezi is found at the lower end of the Zambezi National Park, exclusively located offering relaxing and serene isolation. With its unique location, Anabezi offers diverse wildlife sightings. Many yellow corn pods drop from the surrounding Ana Trees attracting a diversity of animals from the higher land to feed during the dry months.
You have three full days to enjoy the mighty Zambezi River experience. Lower Zambezi is great for water-based activities that include canoeing, boating and fishing with game drives and walking as a bonus, for you to choose from. You therefore have a full range of activities on offer for these two days; the choice is all yours. Tiger fishing (on a catch and release basis) is a must for keen fishermen.

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Day 5 - 6: Tena Tena Camp

Today you will head off to Zambia’s premier safari destination, the renowned South Luangwa National Park. Tena Tena Camp is next up... this remote and small camp lies within the Nsefu Sector of the National Park on the banks of the Luangwa River. A grove of mahogany trees shades the large custom-made tents and open-air bathrooms. From the dining room and large tented bar, guests can watch the elephants, hippo and antelope on the riverbanks. Nearby there is a spectacular lagoon, Buca Buca, where a whole morning can be spent quietly sitting while the game comes down to feed and drink. The Luangwa Valley is known as the valley of leopards and renowned for its walking safaris. You will be able to explore this fully over your time here. The park has over 450 bird species, so also a birders paradise. Activities are not set in stone, so tailored to suit your interests.

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Day 7 - 8: Tena Tena Camp

You have a further two full days to explore the Luangwa, with of choice of walking, driving or even a combination.

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