Visit three places in Zambia: Livingstone, South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi
Fact facts about these places: South Luangwa is the second largest national park in the country with high concentration of wildlife, best place and well known for walking safaris. Livingstone (tourist capital), it is the home of the Mighty Victoria falls and has plenty of activities to do.
Lower Zambezi is a national park along the mighty Zambezi River It is known for canoeing safaris and great for camping.
To Zambia from Denmark: ($1100- $1300)
Avani hotel(Livingstone), with the zebras walking around. $150
Chrismar hotel Livingstone $70-100
Lower Zambezi lodge ($150-$180) per person per night including activities of game drive, meals and excludes park fees ($20-$25) and bar.
Kiambi safari ($115 per person per night for standards chalets or rooms).
Mfuwe lodge ($185 per person per night) and you can do game drive and tour activities and meals excludes park fees ($20-$25) and bar.
Or wildlife camping ($20-$25) and you do your own catering.
Visit to Victoria falls(open daily from 6-18hrs) $25
Sunset boat cruise for 2:30mins and includes snacks and bar $65.
Visit to mukuni village walk with the lions ($35)
Mosi-o-tunya national park the only place known for white rhinos ($35-$50)
Banjee jumping at the falls ($60)
LOCAL TRANSPORT AND FLIGHTS.
By road (6hrs)
By air (1hrs)
*Round cost to all three areas approximately $500-$3000)
Total package: $2999- $3500
“Visit to Zambia’s biggest brewing company and a taste of any times type of beer. It includes transport and lunch. It’s a group tour of 10 people and more and Its $35 per person”