The beauty of Zambia’s vast untamed wilderness is that it always offers something new to discover in every corner. The beautiful landscape gives intimate moments with untouched wildlife. It is indeed the gateway to Africa’s wonder.

Victoria Falls, Zambia
The Victoria Falls Zambia is 1708 m wide from the eastern cataract to the devil’s cataract with an average depth of 92m at the devil’s cataract and 108m in the eastern cataract. The beauty of Victoria Falls, Zambia is you get a closer and intimate experience ,the thundering roar of the water drumming in your ears , feel the spray of the falls on your skin and even walk the length of the Zambian side of the falls and actually swimming right at the edge of the world…The Livingstone Island is a peninsula which opens up when the season is dry and water levels have decreased. During this time the island is open you can have breakfast, lunch and high tea right at the waterfall.
The Devil’s Pool its one of the most prestigious and number one natural pools in the world. Its a definite must do activity in the right season. lt is a pool right at the edge of the world.

Luangwa Valley
It is Zambia’s untamed Africa, so undeveloped and remote with the famous big five lion, elephant, buffalo,giraffe and rhino it is the perfect place to detox and unwind.

Livingstone Town
This is one of the smallest and oldest towns in central Africa.Livingstone is the only town which has retained its colonial name and its colonial buildings.The town stretches 10 sq km on either side .Livingstone is the tourist capital Zambia and was the country’s capital for 30 years .The town gained its prominence as a result of being the major point of entry for imports across the Victoria Falls from the then southern Rhodesia.

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park
Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is a small park covering an area of 66 sq km located in the upper part of Zambezi river. It is divided into two sections the landscape of the Victoria Falls in Zambia and the wildlife.The most frequently seen mammals are the baboons and velvet monkeys. Other wildlife also found within the parks parameters are the giraffe, white rhino, elephant, buffalo, impala, puku, and warthog. There is also a varied bird life including the famed taita falcon, a rare bird which nests in the gorges. Others are the shrike and sun-bird.