Lusaka Backpackers offers a variety of accommodation options that include:
Lusaka Backpackers's travel desk has all the suggestions for tours and trips locally and throughout Africa. Their friendly and knowledgeable team of staff gives you the low down on where to go and where not to go and how much you really need to spend.
Lusaka Backpackers can organise your tours and safaris including:
Lusaka Backpackers's recommended tours in Zambia:
Visits to the Victoria Falls
No trip to Zambia would be complete without a visit to the Victoria Falls, known to Zambians as Mosi-a-tunya, 'The smoke that thunders', Victoria Falls is twice as high as Niagra and is the largest sheet of falling water in the world.
Canoeing safaris are participatory with all supplies and provisions being carried in the canoes. The canoeing safaris are kept to a manageable size of five canoes per safari.
South Luangwa National Park
The South Luangwa National Park is one of Africa's best-kept secrets. Remote and wild, this 9050 square kilometers of pristine wilderness is home to some of the most varied and abundant wildlife the safari traveller could ever hope to find.
Are you thinking of driving yourself through Africa? Lusaka Backpackers can help you with:
Mechanics: They can put you in contact with experts on your type of vehicle. With a strict screening process, Lusaka Backpackers ensures your vehicle repairs go smoothly.
Vehicle storage: Lusaka Backpackers provides free parking for overland vehicles where you are welcome to work on your vehicle. They can also put you in touch with companies that handle long term storage.
Vehicle sales: If you feel you have simply had enough, then Lusaka Backpackers can help you try to find a buyer for your vehicle.
Vehicle hire: If you need a replacement vehicle or are looking to go overlanding in a rented vehicle, Lusaka Backpackers has various vehicle hire options available, from fully equipped vehicles to basic 4x4’s.
Route advice: You will have your GPS and your map, but nothing beats a local who knows that the rain washed the bridge away!