Canoeing with crocodiles. Walking in the company of buffalo and baboons. And drifting off to sleep in remote bush camps, listening to grunting hippos and roaring lions.
We found the “real” Africa we were seeking – and it’s Zambia.
Real Africa in Zambia
Off the radar for most tourists, Zambia offers some of the continent’s most authentic and wild safari experiences.
You’ll probably sleep in a tent without A/C (albeit a luxurious one). But the wildlife parks teem with animals, and your up-close-and-personal animal viewing will rival what you see on National Geographic TV shows.
Zambia also boasts majestic Victoria Falls, the world’s largest waterfall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Zambia/Zimbabwe border.
To continue reading our story on Zambia
See Zambia Safaris and More, published on the TravelAge West website.
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