Off the beaten track – for the more adventurous traveller it covers Western Zambia, Kariba and Northern Zambia, the lesser known but utterly exquisite destinations.
The Travel Shop destinations
Victoria Falls in Livingstone is a jaw dropping site with columns of spray that can be seen from miles away. And numerous high octane activities make Livingstone the fun capital of Africa! South Luangwa National Park is undoubtedly one of the finest game sanctuaries in Africa, home to a wide variety of wildlife, birds and vegetation. North Luangwa National Park is more untamed and remote. This valley is wonderfully untouched with the crystal clear Mwaleshi River trickling down the escarpment in a series of small waterfalls. You're not likely to spot any other visitors here! Lower Zambezi National Park is full of wildlife in its very natural habitat! Then there's Kafue National Park which is fed by the Lunga, Lufupa and Kafue Rivers and sustains huge herds of diverse wildlife. Rivers and plains – a focus on the Kafue National Park, its great river, forest wilderness and open plains.Up and down the Luangwa – three superb destinations exploring the different faces of Zambia in Livingstone, Lower Zambezi and South Luangwa.Offering a mixture of relaxation and activity.
The Travel Shop accommodation in Victoria Falls and Livingstone
The Zambezi Sun with its vivid mosaics and fabrics, fascinating ethnic wall stencils, artwork and accessories. Thorntree River Lodge is a secluded lodge with six en-suite twin rooms and 2 honeymoon suites offering a distinctive and personal African experience. Bushfront Lodge is simply a perfectly placed lodge. Sussi Lodge and Chuma House is an exclusive, chic lodge and a spacious two bedroom villa. Islands of Siankaba is a forest retreat with six secluded chalets on two untouched islands on the Zambezi River. Taita Falcon Lodge is perched on the very edge of the Batoka Gorge and offers outstanding views of the raging Zambezi far below. Maramba River Lodge is set on the banks of the Maramba River and from the riverside bar you'll regularly spot wild visitors. The Zambezi Waterfront offers a full range of accommodation options in cool and shady surroundings on the riverbank.
The Travel Shop accommodation in South Luangwa National Park
Kapani Safari Lodge is an exclusive 16 bed lodge next to a large lagoon. Mfuwe Lodge offers 18 luxury en-suite thatched chalets, each with a private decking area overlooking the lagoon that attracts abundant wildlife and game. Nkwali Camp is owned by Robin and his wife Jo who are known for running safaris that remain true safaris, with heart and simplicity. Flatdogs Camp is a casual camp with comfortable family chalets. Mwaleshi Camp is a remote camp legendary for its lion, herds of buffalo and prevalent Cookson's wildebeest. The Wildlife Camp offers rustic en-suite chalets, a tented camp and a bush camp for budget travellers.
The Travel Shop accommodation in Lower Zambezi National Park
Kasaka River Lodge has the Zambezi River extending alongside the length of the property affording breathtaking views with abundant birdlife. Mvuu Lodge offers 10 luxury lodges on raised wooden decks overlooking the Zambezi River. Sausage Tree Camp is a distinctive tented camp on the banks of the Lower Zambezi River. Kayila Safari Lodge is an exclusive 12 bed safari lodge with the famous Kayila tree house suite.
The Travel Shop accommodation in Kafue National Park
Mukambi Lodge allows guests to relax on one of the decks or from the pool overlooking the Kafue River. McBride's Camp offers five thatched two person chalets with en-suite bathrooms. Lufupa Lodge is a well established informal camp and Hippo Lodge offers three uniquely built thatched chalets with spectacular river views in a relaxed romantic getaway style.