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Lerato Adventures – Hippo pod in the Zambezi in Zambia


Explore Zambia, an exclusive wilderness destination that promises unforgettable safaris. Immerse yourself in the untouched beauty of national parks like Kafue, Lower Zambezi, and South Luangwa, where diverse wildlife roams free.

Spot the elegant puku, elusive leopards, majestic lions, and large herds of elephants. If you're lucky, catch a glimpse of the rare African wild dog. Experience the thrill of game drives, peaceful walks, and boat activities, offering unique perspectives on Zambia's abundant flora and fauna.


Choose from a range of accommodation types, including tented camps and lodges catering to all budgets. Witness the largest migration of any mammal of earth, where up to 12 million fruit bats take flight in Kassanka National Park.

Lerato Adventures – Zambia



Welcome to the untouched wilderness of Zambia, a land renowned for its rich wildlife and exclusive safari experiences. Nestled in the heart of Africa, Zambia offers a truly authentic safari adventure that will leave you captivated.

Prepare to embark on a thrilling journey through the pristine Luangwa Valley, home to an abundance of wildlife. Witness herds of majestic elephants strolling across the vast plains, graceful leopards stealthily prowling through the dense vegetation, and the elusive wild dogs roaming freely in their natural habitat. The Luangwa Valley is a haven for nature enthusiasts, promising unforgettable encounters with captivating creatures at every turn.

Venture further and discover the enchanting Lower Zambezi, where the mighty Zambezi River flows, providing a lifeline for an array of wildlife. Marvel at the sight of puku antelope grazing peacefully on the riverbanks, while pods of hippos and crocodiles laze in the warm African sun. Immerse yourself in thrilling game drives, guided walks, or even canoe safaris, allowing you to get up close and personal with Zambia's incredible biodiversity.

For a truly immersive experience, the vast and diverse Kafue National Park beckons. This untouched gem offers a haven for wildlife, with an impressive array of species calling it home. Explore the expansive plains, woodlands, and wetlands, and witness the incredible diversity of wildlife, including the rare and elusive cheetahs, lions, and a myriad of bird species.

In Zambia, you'll find a range of accommodations that blend seamlessly with the natural surroundings. From luxurious tented camps to intimate lodges, each offering comfort and tranquillity, providing a perfect retreat after a day filled with thrilling adventures.

Zambia's commitment to wildlife conservation is evident, with various initiatives aimed at preserving the country's natural treasures. By choosing Zambia for your safari, you contribute to these efforts and help protect this incredible ecosystem for generations to come.

Whether you seek untamed wilderness, extraordinary wildlife encounters, or exclusive safari experiences, Zambia invites you to embark on a journey of a lifetime. Prepare to be amazed as you delve into the heart of Africa's wild beauty and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Lerato Adventures – Sundowner by the river in Zambia
Lerato Adventures – Elephant taking a bath in a river in Zambia

highlights of Zambia

Lerato Adventures – Fixated young lion in South Luangwa Zambia

South Luangwa national park

South Luangwa National Park is Zambia's most famous safari reserve and the birthplace of game walks, one of the most beautiful and popular ways to explore wildlife. The namesake Luangwa River is home to one of the largest populations of hippos and crocodiles. There are many elephants in the river valley, which also like to visit the safari camps from time to time. The park is known for its predators: lions, spotted hyenas and the endangered African wild dogs. Above all, it is one of the best places in the world to see leopards.

Lerato Adventures – Aerial of a river system in Zambia

Lower Zambezi national park

The Lower Zambezi National Park in the south-east of the country looks wonderfully untouched and pristine, as it has been far less developed for tourism than most of its African counterparts. The Zambezi Valley, which is demarcated by a cliff to the north and the river to the south, is where most of the animals that can be seen along the north-western bank of the Zambezi gather from June to October. Large herds of elephants, sometimes numbering over 100, come here to cool off and drink because of the often very hot temperatures. The landscape of the national park varies greatly. From wide hilly landscapes in the north to various forests and the evergreen riparian stretches with numerous pools and islands.

Lerato Adventures – Victoria Falls from the Zambian side

Victoria Falls (zambian side)

Victoria Falls is a spectacular sight of impressive beauty and size, where the Zambezi River, which forms the natural border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, plunges over a hundred metres into a gorge. The Kololo tribe living in the area called it «Mosi-oa-Tunya» – «Thundering Smoke» – because of the strong spray and incredible noise caused by the rushing water. The best time to see the falls from the Zambian side is between July and August, when the water level starts to drop but is not yet dry. During the low water season from September to early December, the Zambian side is virtually dry and there is nothing to see except a dry rock face. However, this offers a unique opportunity to visit Devil's Pool – a natural rock pool on the edge of the falls, right next to Livingstone Island. Here you can lie on your stomach and look over the edge of the waterfall.

Lerato Adventures – Elephant in Kafue National Park, Zambia

Kafue national park

Kafue National Park is the largest national park in Zambia, covering about 22'400 km². Among safari fans, the park is known for its great antelope diversity with more than 20 different species, like kudu, impala, bushbuck and waterbuck, as well as puku or the lechwe which is often seen in the Kafue swamps. Besides antelope, zebra, primates and warthogs are also at home here, and of course predators like lions, leopards, spotted hyenas and the rare wild dogs. The safari area is named after the Kafue River, which flows through the park. Together with its tributaries, the Lunga and Lufupa rivers, it shapes the park's diverse landscapes and wildlife. The forests that sprout around the Lufupa in the north change more clearly into bush landscapes the further south you go. The foothills of the Kalahari define the desert-like south of Kafue National Park.

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