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River Horse safaris did a brilliant job right through on an epic canoe safari on the Zambezi River. Three days and two nights of sheer beauty and excitement. Lots of hippo encounters as well as elephants, crocodiles, buffalo etc. Our guide was informative, helpful, communicative...More
We spent two nights and three days. we planned for fishing and game drive. Fishing was not went well. we could not catch any big ones. Game drive we were strolling around the game management area and we found two lions on the dry chongwe...More
Now,take my review with pinch of salt.I love greenery but went in dry season which apparently is good for animal viewing.Everything was dry and dull.The animals didn't knew that they should be more visible in dry season and stayed hidden mostly.We managed to spot 2...More
My dad and I took a 4 night 5 day (5in1) trip with River Horse Safaris into the game management area of the National Park. The whole trip was a great adventure and well organised with transport and accommodation all sorted for our arrival.
We really enjoyed this park - especially the walk in GMA. We did a full day game drive in the park, observed many animals, especially families of Elephants.
Unfortunately we did not see any cats. But maybe our stay was too short.
You have to visit it to be believe it. We spent a few days just a few km's outside the park fishing the Lower Zambezi, and the amount and variety of animals just blows the mind. We say elephants every 2-3 hours and hippo's every...More
A small but stunning national Park in Zambia. Expensive but with world class lodges offering outstanding personalised service and cuisine. Game drives on land and on water, sundowners overlooking the mighty Zambezi River and an opportunity to fish (catch and release of course) the best...More
1. The place - Mvuu Lodge, where I stayed will meet your requirement. The lodge is about 25-30 km before the national park gate but situated right on the bank of The Mighty Zambezi. They have various options for safaris. You... More
1. The place - Mvuu Lodge, where I stayed will meet your requirement. The lodge is about 25-30 km before the national park gate but situated right on the bank of The Mighty Zambezi. They have various options for safaris. You can also contact them through their website.
2. For going to Livingstone from LZNP, you have to come back towards Lusaka. On the way back, about 10 km before Kafue town, there is a road connection for going to Livingstone. Livingstone is about 425km from the junction.