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Fishing for Tiger Fish is one of the seasonal specialties of the Zambezi River. Although Tiger Fish and other species can be caught throughout their safari season, the best time to catch Tiger Fish is from late August to mid November during the hotter months of the year.
Chiawa Safaris offers exciting game drives, walking safaris, canoe trips, boat cruises, fishing and hide safaris. The Lower Zambezi National Park and South Luangwa National Park are home to an impressive quantity and variety of wildlife that can be viewed on land based safari activities, through a variety of water based activities and in the camps themselves!
Remote Africa Safaris prides itself on its warm, accommodating staff members, experienced and knowledgeable guides, excellent food and small personalised camps. Tafika Camp offers a wide range of activities. The Chikoko Trails camps and Mwaleshi Camp are predominately walking camps.
Thornicroft is situated just about five minutes drive to the main gate of South Luangwa National Park. They can take you on day and night game drives – or how about an early morning game walk? Game drives bring you close to some of the world's most magnificent wildlife so that you can experience a truly African adventure.
Set on a secluded deck next to a lagoon that sees permanent heavy hippo traffic and a wide diversity of other animals, Mfuwe Lodge's bush spa creates a sanctuary of pure simplicity for those seeking tranquillity and rejuvenation of mind, body and soul. It offers a contemporary range of eastern and western treatments.
Mfuwe Lodge offers exciting safaris including game drives, guided walks (minimum 2 people), night drives, and local village, school and textile company visits. Game drives and walks are conducted by an experienced and knowledgeable team of guides. Guests set off at first light or in the late afternoon when the wildlife is most active.
All Lion Camp safari activities are led by qualified guides who will educate and enlighten you in the secrets of the park. Game drives are conducted in open Land Rovers. Walking safaris are accompanied by an experienced and armed escort scout and are a very different option, they bring you in touch with the wilderness.
Tucked away in a quiet corner, Kafunta River Lodge, have designed a special treat for all their guests. They now offer massages and treatments, just the right thing to freshen up after a day in the bush. This is a unique possibility to experience some of Zambia's rich heritage in traditional healing.
Combine the comfort and luxury of Kafunta River Lodge with the rustic beauty of the Island Bush Camp. Here you combine your walking safari in South Luangwa with game drives. Both the lodge and the camp are situated in the Luangwa Valley, one of the prime spots for superb game viewing in Southern Africa.
Shenton Safaris offers a range of safari activities that include- walking safaris, game drives, night drives, hide trips and special camp outs. The company is the only operator in the valley that offers photographic hides. The game to view includes elephants, monkeys, hippos, crocodiles, bushbuck and a range of birdlife.
The game-viewing potential at Mfuwe Lodge and the safari camps are second-to-none. Walking safaris can be arranged on request, but the majority of outings are game drives, allowing guests to explore as much of this prolific region of the Luangwa Valley as possible. Drives are led by experienced team of guides.
The Bush Spa offers unique, signature treatments using indigenous plant ingredients. Professional massage techniques, facials and body works from all over the world are combined with ancient African holistic practices. Resulting in a truly unique African spa experience to the highest standards.
South Luangwa National Park is renowned as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. It has one of the most intense concentrations of game in Africa with about 60 animal species and over 400 different bird species. The park's changing seasons add to its richness.
The safari camps offer a wilderness experience together with comfort, a welcoming personal service and gourmet food, ensuring guests have an unforgettable safari experience. The two stunning safari houses provide more conservative accommodation that is exclusive, intimate and highly luxurious.
Safari activities at Mushroom Lodge include open game drives, walking safaris, bird watching and tours of Mfuwe and surrounding local villages. Even when relaxing on the main verandah at Mushroom Lodge, you'll enjoy uninterrupted views of the lagoon popular with Zambian wildlife.
While at Flatdogs Camp, explore the South Luangwa National Park before stopping at a good spot to watch the sun set. Once it's dark the spotter turns on his spotlight and you are able to carry on game-viewing, searching for some of the interesting nocturnal residents – leopard, lion, porcupine, civet, genet, owls or hyena.