Spend a Week on the Zambian Wildside

Posted on May 9th, 2013 by Mike Haines in Safaris: Special Offers, Safaris: Zambia.

7 Days Exploring the South Luangwa Valley

Spend a week exploring the South Luangwa Valley in Zambia. This very affordable safari is ideal for the out doors type, and those who don’t need to move frequently from one place to another.  Over seven days you move between remote bush camps, often walking between each. It’s the ideal schedule at a slower pace, that allows you connect with this wildlife rich area.
Spend a minimum of two nights at each camp.

Days 1 to 7

Kakuli bush camp ZambiaSeven nights in the South Luangwa spent between at least three safari properties –  Kapani Lodge and the seasonal bush camps of Nsolo, Luwi and Kakuli.
Kapani is the permanent home of Norman Carr Safaris, a safari company that goes back to the 1950’s when Norman Carr himself established the first safari camp in Zambia.
The exact itinerary is decided two weeks before travel though a smooth running safari is guaranteed. This unique opportunity allows safari-goers to enjoy a substantial discount in return for flexibility of their exact itinerary.

The flexibility with which camps you stay, allows Norman Carr Safaris to maximize bookings in their tiny safari camps.walking safari at Nsolo bushcamp

There is also no single supplement on this safari, so it is perfect for single travellers.
You can also ‘add-on’  Chongwe River Camp on the banks of the Zambezi River for extended Zambia Safari.

2014 Costs.

From $4,070.00 in the shoulder season (15 May to 30 Jun & 1 to 7 Nov) to $4,370.00 in the high season (July to October).
Includes 7 nights accommodation (3 camps guaranteed), all safari activities, all meals, park fees & return flights from Lusaka to Mfuwe.