The Land of Plenty
Zambia and Zimbabwe are separated along the entire length of their border by the mighty Zambezi River. As a result, the two countries share an iconic natural wonder of the World, the Victoria falls. "Mosi-o-Tunya" or 'the smoke that thunders' - as it's called locally is one of the largest and most spectacular waterfalls in the world. The spray and mist rise to a height of over 400 meters and can be seen from a distance of 50 kilometers. It is a sight that will keep bringing you back.
Zambia is a vast country that remains one of the region’s least explored, yet most rewarding wilderness destinations. Named after the mighty Zambezi river, it is characterised by immensity of space and spectacular sunsets.
Luangwa National Park boasts some of the most remote wilderness areas in Africa, including unique sub species of wildebeest and giraffe that thrive here, besides local birds such as the racket-tailed roller. The park's successful anti poaching campaigns have helped develop it into a world-renowned wildlife haven. Cradled between the Zambezi in the north and the Limpopo river in the south, Zimbabwe has an incredible wealth of landscapes, wildlife, and a rich cultural heritage going back millenia. It is famous for the remote and beautiful Mana Pools National Park named for the four pools formed by the Zambezi which draw all manner of wildlife, particularly elephants and waterfowl.
The Hwange National Park is the country’s largest game reserve with one of the densest concentrations of wildlife in Africa.