DATES: 1 to 12 November 2018

COST: R16 645 per person, excluding VAT (half price for children under 10)


• All camp fees

• All park entrance fees

• All advertised activities

• All tents, cutlery and crockery

• Coffee and tea all day every day while in camp


• Vehicle and fuel

• Mattresses and/or stretcher and sleeping bags and pillows

• Fold-up chairs

• Drinks and in-between snacks

• Out-of-country/medical emergency and evacuation insurance cover

• Border crossing fees and road taxes

Liuwa Water Hole


We meet at Namwi Island Camp near the Namibian town of Katima Mulilo. The evening will be spent socialising around the fire and getting to know each other as the sun sets over the Zambezi River.


Making an early start after breakfast, and after everyone has been given handheld two-way radios, we leave for Katima Mulilo in Namibia. After refuelling our vehicles in Katima, we cross the border into Zambia. As the border post procedures here can take a while, we will only be travelling a further 115 km to our next overnight stop at Kabula Lodge  ampsite. Before dinner we enjoy an evening sundowner boat cruise on the Zambezi River.


Today we visit a well-kept secret of the Zambezi River, the Ngonya Waterfall. It’s not as big as the Vict Falls but wilder and a thousand times less commercialised. We spend another night at the Kabula Lodge campsite.


Today we see the last of civilization for a while as we head into Mongu to shop and refuel. With all refills done we move west onto the 50 km wide flood plain of the Zambezi. En route we pass the winter residence of the Lodzi King and see his royal canoes, which form part of the colourful Kambuka Ceremony, when the king paddles from his winter home to drier land for summer. Our accommodation for the next three days is, once again, a rustic bush camp in the great outdoors.

Liuwa herds

DAYS 5 & 6

After a good night’s rest and a hearty breakfast, we make our way into the endless expanse of the park. We break our convoy into smaller groups to facilitate better game viewing. We spend our two and a half days in Liuwa Plains enjoying panoramic landscapes, wildebeest in their thousands and, with luck, the predators that prey on them.


Sadly today we have to bid farewell to the Liuwa Plains National Park. However, there’s more adventure in store for you as we head west to Kafue National Park, our home for thenext four nights. We once again restock and refuel in Mongu.

DAYS 8, 9 & 10

We spend the next three days exploring Kafue National Park. You will have the opportunity to enjoy the park’s splendour and beauty at your own leisure with a packed lunch. We will spend two nights in two of the park’s campsites, exploring the Kasabushi and Nanzhila Plains areas. We will also do a boat cruise on the Kafue River.

DAY 11

We travel south in the national park making our way to the popular tourist town of Livingstone for our last night together. We reminisce over dinner about the adventuresand fun we all had.

DAY 12

After a lavish breakfast, we must sadly say our goodbyes and part ways.

Yes, I want to go!

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