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Zambezi Safari & Travel Company
Guided safaris in East, southern and Central Africa
Whether your style of adventure is wild-camping with big game watching or a luxury fly-in safari to far flung spots, we’re experts at turning African safari dreams into long-lasting memories.
We’re an independent family-owned African safari company with a strong team that’s grown up, lived, worked and travelled extensively through Africa.
Our speciality is African safaris and adventure travel along the course of the mighty Zambezi River and then well beyond into the remotest corners of East, Central and Southern Africa.
This week long safari is like a secret back door into Zimbabwe...Matobo Hills to Hwange then beyond...
A comfortable 3 nights in Vic Falls with an intense big 5 safari experience over 3 nights in Hwange. Family-friendly.
The Classic Okavango safari with first class accommodation and top notch professional guides in the Linyanti
Best described as an active discovery within very remote rainforests of the Congo Basin. Suitable for seasoned African travellers only.
Confused by the amazing variety of safaris in Africa?
This magnificent continent has so much to offer it's difficult choosing the perfect safari to match your budget and time constraints.
With an intimate knowledge of each region, the secret gems and hidden "turkeys", our team can build the ideal safari just for you.
- For big game and traditional safaris choose Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania or Kenya.
- If scenery is your thing try Namibia.
- For specialist safaris look at Uganda, Rwanda or explore further into Ethiopia or Congo.
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"Liz and Char from Zambezi Safari and Travel Company helped organize our vacation in Botswana (Okavango Delta) and Victoria Falls. The whole process of getting in touch, working through our options and finalizing the trip was quite seamless. They gave us a choice of safari camps, accommodations at Victoria Falls and activities that we could choose from and gave us very detailed information on how to prepare for the trip, information on local contacts and stayed in touch after everything was booked until we flew in."rrjini - on Thursday 3rd January 2019 Read More
"This is the 2nd time we have travelled with Zambezi Safari and it was just as good as the first time, took there advise on lodges and we weren't disappointed. The whole booking was done by email and there response times were great. Highly recommend."Clive Parrott - on Wednesday 12th December 2018 Read More
"Excellent communication and a fantastic safari package was organised by Zambezi Safari. Three fabulous nights in Hwange national park was an experience for life time. Three nights in Victoria Falls with different events was also fantastic. Everything went extremely smoothly from our arrival at the airport until leaving at the airport again. Never late or waited. Highly recommend. Captain Lars Urban Ingers, Sweden"Lars Urban Ingers - on Wednesday 5th December 2018 Read More
"Will definitely use Zambezi again, and a thank you to Mark and Helen, they listened to our (initially quite vague) plans and requirements and came up with an itinerary that covered what we wanted to see/do while still paying attention to the budget."Mairi Tutt - on Monday 3rd December 2018 Read More
"We had a wonderful two weeks in Namibia. Zambezi helped us pull together a delightful itinerary covering a variety of sights, landscapes and activities. A good balance between adventure and relax. The accommodation was superb. I would have spent more time relaxing at Mowani Lodge, one night wasn't enough! There's so much to do in the area. I felt it was a bit rushed. Unless you're super keen on visiting a Himba Village, or visiting the waterfalls north of Namibia, I'd bypass Opuwo. There wasn't really much to see in the area. The drive from Etendeka to Opuwo was long but beautiful. However, I didn't particularly like Opuwo Country Lodge. It was decent. It needs a bit of a make-over but what really put us off was the poor treatment of its local staff. We witness the owner of the lodge, a privileged older white male, shouting and yelling (borderline abusive and derogatory) to local staff members. It was appalling. Furthermore the two children of the owner where on school holiday and were running around the place as if it was their private house making noise and distributing the tranquillity of the place. Apart from that little upsetting experience at Opuwo Country Lodge, the overall experience was amazing. The self-drive was very easy and I would highly recommend this trip."Mel - on Friday 30th November 2018 Read More