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&Beyond is the world's leader in luxury experiential travel and safaris. Our roots are in Africa and South Asia, where we run 33 magical safari lodges and camps in the most breathtaking parts of the continent and, through this, sustain hundreds of rural communities and millions of acres of precious, sometimes endangered wildlife land.
The spectacular Lower Zambezi National Park spans 4 092 km² (1 580 square miles) of pristine wilderness.
It is situated adjacent to Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools Reserve, creating a giant expanse of protected wilderness, and boasts breathtaking vistas of the Zambezi River, as well as lush riverine surrounds. It is not uncommon to see enormous herds of elephant quenching their thirst and enjoying a good mud bath along the riverbanks, as well as leopard, buffalo and lion.
The park offers a wonderful collection of habitats, which are home to a superb diversity of animals. Visitors can explore the marshy Zambezi channels, floodplains bordered by mopane forests, hilly woodlands and the park’s open valley floor.Unlike the Luangwa, the Zambezi is navigable year round so most camps offer a full variety of water activities alongside their standard walking and driving options.
May - AugustMin 20°C/68°F Max 38°C/86°F
Rainfall November - AprilMin 15°C/66°F Max 25°C/77°F
Zambian Spice Trail
Follow up the breathtaking sight of the Victoria Falls with a safari through some of the richest and wildest wildlife destinations in Africa.
Experience the history and scenic wonders of Lvingstone and Victoria Falls before following the mighty Zambezi River.
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Sausage Tree Camp is hidden amongst mature sausage and mahogany trees on the banks of the Zambezi River.
A spectacular private safari home, Chongwe River House sleeps eight in four spacious ensuite bedrooms.
This charming colonial town, named after the legendary Victorian missionary and explorer Dr David Livingstone, was once the bustling capital of Zambia
South Luangwa is home to an abundance of game, which frequents the Luangwa River and its oxbow lagoons.