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  • Sail into the sunset on an evening cruise along the Zambezi River.
  • Search for incredible wildlife on safaris by foot, 4x4, and boat with expert guide.
  • Visit a community school and village and get to know the locals.
  • Marvel at the thunderous power of Victoria Falls with expert guide.
  • Featuring an expertly selected collection of premium accommodations.
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You lie, perfectly still, listening to the rustling and snapping of the dry grasses just outside your tent. Then you hear it; a slow, rhythmic panting that builds, then fades as the wild thing passes on its way to a nearby watering hole.

If you’re someone who likes to live on the edge, as well as vacation on the edge, Zambia is your dream destination. Boasting some of the continent’s most spectacular wildlife parks, many of which don’t see the typical deluge of tourists, as well as magnificent natural wonders like Victoria Falls and Lake Kariba, the country is an ideal setting for remembering the magic of the natural world. Whether you’re roaming expansive grassy plains in search of big game, enjoying a sunset river cruise down the Zambezi, or looking skyward in an effort to catch a glimpse of one of over 500 species of birds, your days will be filled with exotic adventures. In the evenings, relax in luxury tented camps and lodges that offer a chance to commune with the natural world around you.

Head out in your 4x4 with driver and explore Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park where Zambai’s only white rhino can be spotted. Cruise up the Zambezi River and try your hand at reeling in a big one, like the renowned Tigerfish whose teeth are bigger than some dogs’. In South Luangwa National Park, considered by many experts to be the greatest wildlife sanctuary in the world, you’ll feel pure exhilaration as you experience a walking safari that allows you to truly get up close to the action. Track lion, leopard, elephants and hippos through huge ox bow lagoons, woodlands, ebony groves and expansive grasslands. Whether you’re canoeing along the immense Zambezi, spotting a pack of lions taking down a kill, or stargazing by an open campfire, your time in Zambia will be absolutely unforgettable. ... Show More »

Kensington Tours offers local support in each region you visit, another reason we deliver unbeatable value. Enjoy a personalized vacation that best suits your needs, developed by one of our experienced destination experts. Relax during your trip with our 24/7 support and expert local guidance.

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Day
Activities Hotel & Meals
Hotel & Meals
  • Day 1 Livingstone
    Livingstone
    • Transfer - Private - Airport - Livingstone Lodges
    • Document Package - Documents
    • Sussi & Chuma Activities - Heritage Fee
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 2 Livingstone
    Livingstone
    • Susi & Chuma Activities +
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 3 Livingstone to South Luangwa National Park to South Luangwa National Park - Central
    Livingstone to South Luangwa National Park to South Luangwa National Park - Central
    • Livingstone - Chobe [2 hours] - Shared
    • Livingstone - Mfuwe [Via Lusaka] - Economy
    • Optional Activities 2
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 4 South Luangwa National Park to South Luangwa National Park - Central
    South Luangwa National Park to South Luangwa National Park - Central
    • Game Viewing
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 5 South Luangwa National Park to South Luangwa National Park - Central
    South Luangwa National Park to South Luangwa National Park - Central
    • Optional Activities
    • Evening Game Drive
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 6 South Luangwa National Park to Lower Zambezi
    South Luangwa National Park to Lower Zambezi
    • South Luangwa National Park - Lower Zambezi [Charter ] - Charter Hop
    • River Activities
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 7 Lower Zambezi
    Lower Zambezi
    • Game Viewing
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 8 Lower Zambezi
    Lower Zambezi
    • River Activities
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 9 Lower Zambezi
    Lower Zambezi
    • Lower Zambezi - Lusaka [Charter] - Charter Hop
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Day 1: Livingstone

Airport transfer with private vehicle.

Upon arrival you will receive all of your necessary documents for your trip which contains a detailed personalized itinerary with pick up and drop off times. Includes a Kensington Tours branded envelope with summary itinerary, e-tickets and map.

During your stay at Sussi and Chuma you will have the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of activities included in your stay. You can choose two activities per day.

  • GAME DRIVES - Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma is set on the edge of Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. Here the highly trained safari guides take guests on game drives in custom-built 4 x 4 safari vehicles to experience the land as it was when Livingstone first made his way across the ridge and beheld the smoke that thunders. The park has elephant, impala, giraffe, buffalo, hippo, crocodile, zebra in large numbers and an exciting array of birds, including some Southern African specials like Peters Finfoot. Guests may also be lucky enough to see a rare sighting of the wild dog that on occasion pass through the park.

  • CANOEING ON THE ZAMBEZI - Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma offers guests the opportunity to enjoy a two hour canoeing excursion on the Zambezi River. The canoeing trip can either be done in the morning or afternoon, the activity will start from the lodge and can be combined with either a game drive or a boat cruise. Canoeing is offered all year but is weather dependent. Dry bags will be provided for valuables. Minimum age is 15 years.

  • TOUR OF THE VICTORIA FALLS - Just a short drive away from the world famous Victoria Falls, the lodge offers guests a walking tour of The Falls. First described to Europe by explorer David Livingstone and known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya, or "the Smoke that Thunders", the falls make a constant roar and are accompanied by a cloud of brilliant spray where the mile wide Upper Zambezi falls 300 feet into the Lower Zambezi. Rainbows constantly form and collapse in the tropical sunlight over the waterfall. The river is bordered by ebony groves and mopane forest. Well-known for its bird life, with many fish eating raptors attracted to the rich pickings in the river. Excluded in the rate is the Heritage Fee which is payable by guests directly at the lodge when doing a Tour of the Falls.

  • WALKING SAFARIS - There can be few more thrilling ways to experience and understand African wildlife, the bush and ecosystem as a whole than by being on foot on a walking safari. Offering a completely different perspective to the conventional view one gets from the confines of a safari vehicle. Our two highly trained professional walking guides, Luckson and Elijah, have a combined walking safari experience of more than 20 years. Their reverence and respect for the wild is highly contagious, making this a truly unforgettable and memorable experience as they share their in-depth bush knowledge of the local flora and fauna. Guests will also be accompanied by an armed National Parks ranger. Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma's walking safaris will last about two hours and are conducted at a leisurely pace. Morning walks will depart at 6:30 am and will include a break with tea, coffee and snacks. The afternoon walk will commence at 4pm and finish at a special sundowner spot where guests will be served drinks and canapés while enjoying the magnificent sunset.

  • SUNDOWNER CRUISE - A Zambezi River cruise is a great way to spend a few hours before drifting back to the lodge, a warm shower and delicious dinner. Sanctuary's boats are specially designed and the guide will take the boat through a series of grade 2 rapids before finding a spot to beach for a break and a sunset cocktail. The combination of Zambezi spray on your face and delicious drink on the tongue makes for a memorable sunset cruise. Sipping on a cocktail while watching the sunset over the majestic Zambezi River is truly a once in a lifetime experience.

  • LOCAL SCHOOL & VILLAGE TOUR - Nakatindi village, our main Sanctuary Retreats Philanthropy project in Zambia, is located six kilometres from Livingstone and five kilometres from Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma, Village tours are included in your stay at Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma. This village filled with children playing and people getting on with their regular day to day lives comprises of around 3,000 people who live in simple mud and brick houses. To the edge of the village sits the Nakatindi Community School which is responsible for the education of its 442 pupils, of which approximately 286 of the children are orphans. Sussi & Chuma are proud members of Pack for a Purpose, an initiative that allows travellers like you to make a lasting impact in the community at your travel destination. If you save just a few kilos of space in your suitcase and bring supplies for area schools or medical clinics in need, you'll make a priceless impact in the lives of our local children and families.

  • FISHING - The fishing season generally opens on 1st March each year. It closes annually from the 1st December until March. (This is the local Fisheries' regulations and it is enforced by the Zambian Wildlife Authority.) All fishing is on a strict "Catch and Release" policy as we are in the national park. So far the biggest fish caught was around 4.5kg.Sussi and Chuma's 3 boats are used for fishing as well as other activities. Guests specifically wanting to do fishing should ideally request and pay for a private boat for fishing. That said we will be happy to accommodate fishermen as best as we can. Please note, on a full camp, all boats are used for the evening sunset cruise.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma

Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma is named after David Livingstone’s faithful companions and consist of an intimate lodge and two exclusive houses, both of which are situated to make the most of the amazing views that the sweeping Zambezi River provides.

Livingstone
Livingstone
Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma
Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma

Day 2: Livingstone

Today you can enjoy two of the included activities offered by Sussi & Chuma: falls visit, game viewing, canoeing, walking safaris, sundowner cruise, fishing or village tour. Or you can sign up for spa treatments or other tours (not included in tour cost)

  • FLIGHT OF ANGELS - The Flight of Angels offers an amazing experience - the opportunity to fly over the Falls in a helicopter for unrivalled views. While we cannot guarantee that you will see any game the following species can often be seen from the air: elephant, buffalo, rhino, hippo, crocodile and giraffe. Guests can choose from a 15 or 30 minute flight, minimum 2/maximum 6 participants, starting from the helipad at Maramba Aerodome. 

  • LIVINGSTONE ISLAND VISITS - A Livingstone Island visit begins with a thrilling ride through the channels of the Zambezi in twin-engine boats. During the guided exploration of the island you will learn about its long history, from ancient times, when it was a sacrificial site, to the present day, as a protected World Heritage Site. Those who are feeling brave can even take a heart-stopping peek over the island's edge. After the tour, relax and enjoy refreshments under the shade of our canopied dining area with a view of the Falls that is quite unique. Those keen on a swimming experience unlike any other can even brave the waters of this mighty river in the island's very own bathing pool, which forms each year amongst the rocks along the edge of the Falls. The activity lasts about one and a half hours with about one hour fifteen minutes on the island. Five trips are offered daily with a maximum of 12 people per trip. Included: Tea and coffee, soft drinks and light snacks, Livingstone Island walk, drinks on arrival, Falls entry and park fees. 

  • ELEPHANT BACK SAFARIS - An elephant back safari is an unforgettable experience, interacting with the elephants while enjoying a ride through wilderness areas and beautiful riverine scenery. You may see other wild elephant as well as buffalo, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and a host of other plains game. Along the Zambezi River, hippo and crocodile are common and there is a wide variety of bird species. Each elephant has its own handler. The ride is approximately one hour and the overall interaction time with the elephants is about three hours. Trips are available in the morning and afternoon. Minimum age limit for children is 10 years of age. Guardians of minors (under 18) will be required to sign an indemnity form on behalf of the minors. A guardian must accompany children under the age of 16 throughout the trip. Rate excludes parkfees and transfer to and from the activity.

  • TOUR OF THE FALLS (ZIMBABWE SIDE) - Explore the Victoria Falls from the Zimbabwean side. Transfer time from the lodge to the entrance of the Falls in Zimbabwe is approximately ½ hour depending on border formalities. From here, the guide will escort guests around the Falls sharing some facts and history along the way. Sanctuary Retreats will supply raincoats during high water months when guests are likely to get wet from the spray of the Falls. The walk is approximately 1½ hours in duration (3km), through the rainforest, stopping at the various viewing points. Guests are advised to wear appropriate clothing and shoes for the walk, as well as suitable waterproof protection for camera equipment. Guests will also have the opportunity to do some curio shopping in the adjacent open-air markets.

  • WHITE WATER RAFTING - The rapids on the Zambezi are officially defined as "Grade 5" by the British Canoe Union. You will be met in the reception area of the lodge from where you transfer to the Zambezi Waterfront, check-in, sign an indemnity and be given a briefing before departing on a half day white water rafting experience. The white water rafting finishes at rapid #10 where the truck will be waiting with cold drinks and beers for the journey back to Zambezi Waterfront at 12.30 / 1.00pm in time for lunch. Lunch consists of a variety of savoury filled bread rolls, fruits and fruit juice. After lunch, you will be transferred back to the lodge. Water is provided throughout the day. Minimum 4 participants and no children under 15 years are allowed to participate on the rafting activity. Guests have the option of also choosing from a full day, low water or full day high water white river rafting.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma
Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls

Day 3: Livingstone - South Luangwa National Park - South Luangwa National Park - Central

Transfer between Livingstone and Chobe lodges. 

Fly from Livingston to Mfuwe (South Luwange) via Lusaka. All baggage must be in soft sided bags and is restricted to 15kg per person.

You will join others from the lodge and choose two activities per day. There is a full range of game drives and night drives in the South Luangwa National Park using open 4X4 vehicles accompanied by a knowledgeable guide. The emphasis in this area is the wonderful opportunities for Walking Safaris. On your walks you will be escorted by a professional guide and an armed national parks scout.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp

Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp is situated in the remote, wildlife rich South Luangwa National Park. Named for the Puku antelope that inhabits the Kakumbi Dambo (floodplain), which the camp overlooks, Puku Ridge Camp is built on a hillside, providing stunning vistas of the floodplain and the wildlife that frequents it. Wildlife to be seen includes elephant, lion, wild dog, buffalo and a wide variety of antelope in addition to endemic species such as the Thornicroft’s giraffe and Cooksons wildebeest.

The Red Bishop
The Red Bishop
Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp
Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp

Day 4: South Luangwa National Park - South Luangwa National Park - Central

Spend the day exploring South Luangwa National Park with your guide. South Luangwa is Zambia's premier park. Many places are claimed to be "one of the remaining wilderness areas" or "one of the last wildlife sanctuaries" but the South Luangwa National Park can live up to all these names and more. The Luangwa Valley is vast, remote, home to both people and a truly impressive number of animals. The South Luangwa park is 9050 sq. km with the river, its tributaries and the riverine strips being the focus of the wildlife viewing. There are the diverse habitats, from huge ox bow lagoons of varying stages of maturity, woodlands, ebony groves, grassland and thickets, that host truly impressive numbers of wildlife. The birdlife is also excellent with around 450 species to be seen.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp
Game Viewing
Game Viewing

Day 5: South Luangwa National Park - South Luangwa National Park - Central

The South Luangwa National Park is known as the home of the walking safari and all camps offer walks. Walking through big game country is a truly exciting experience and as South Luangwa led the way for guide training and licensing in Zambia the standard of guiding here is superb. Taking a scout with you, you will be able to enjoy a walk or explore further afield in the park. Enjoy a box lunch under a tree or next to a lagoon, take a siesta, or simply spend a lazy couple of hours reading a book with the fascinating animals and landscape all around you.

After lunch, head out on an afternoon game drive that continues into the early night giving you the chance to see the nocturnal world within the park.

Accommodation: Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp
Elephants on an evening game drive
Elephants on an evening game drive
Picturesque Guided Walk
Picturesque Guided Walk

Day 6: South Luangwa National Park - Lower Zambezi

Enjoy your flight from South Luangwa to the Lower Zambezi area. Luggage restricted to 12 kg per person in soft sided bags.

Motorised boat early morning or sunset river cruises are available as well as fishing in the Zambezi River (subject to water levels).
With canoeing excursions, you'll enjoy an unforgettable canoe ride down the river to see the local wildlife from the river level. Or, try your luck at fishing. Fishing trips for game fish such as catfish, bream or the renowned tigerfish on a catch and release basis can be organised.

Accommodation: Sausage Tree Camp

Sausage Tree Camp is perched on the edge of the Zambezi River in the Lower Zambezi National Park, in Zambia. Guests are treated with the utmost care, with 6 lavish tents spaced out along the river banks and each featuring natural toned furniture and high quality fabrics. Dining takes place in the presence of all sorts of wildlife and exotic species, while the chef marvels guests with the best of his talents. Canoeing and game drives are just a handful of the stimulating activities available for those visiting the Sausage Tree Camp.

Lower Zambezi
Lower Zambezi
Sausage Tree Camp, Zambia
Sausage Tree Camp, Zambia

Day 7: Lower Zambezi

The area offers impressive game viewing with regular sightings of lion, leopard and serval. Other animals include elephants, hippo,
wild dog, buffalo and general game. Bird watching and stargazing are also popular activities. For game viewing, you have the option, you can take professionally guided day and night drives through the riverine woodlands in customised 4 x 4 vehicles or you also have the option of a walking safari. Game walks offer a perfect way to experience the bush up close and personal. Walking safaris are conducted by a professional guide and are always escorted by an armed national parks scout.

Accommodation: Sausage Tree Camp
Great Game
Great Game

Day 8: Lower Zambezi

Motorised boat early morning or sunset river cruises are available as well as fishing in the Zambezi River (subject to water levels).
Canoeing excursions, you'll enjoy an unforgettable canoe ride down the river to see the local wildlife from the river level. Or, try your luck at fishing. Fishing trips for game fish such as catfish, bream or the renowned tigerfish on a catch and release basis can be organised.

Accommodation: Sausage Tree Camp
The Mighty Zambezi
The Mighty Zambezi

Day 9: Lower Zambezi

Luggage restricted to 12 kg per person in soft sided bags.

Accommodation:
Mature Tree's Lining the Avenues of Lusaka
Mature Tree's Lining the Avenues of Lusaka
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  • Your deposit is due immediately on booking (30% of program price, minimum $350). The balance is due 90 days prior to departure.
  • Cancellations of confirmed bookings 90 days or more prior to departure will receive full refund minus a $350 (per person) administrative fee and any non-refundable paid fees (e.g. non-refundable airfare, cruise or hotel deposits). 60-89 days will be subject to loss of 30% of program price. 30-59 days will be subject to loss of 50% of program price. 29 days or less will be subject to loss of 100% of program price.
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Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma: Livingstone

Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma is named after David Livingstone’s faithful companions and consist of an intimate lodge and two exclusive houses, both of which are situated to make the most of the amazing views that the sweeping Zambezi River provides.

Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma
Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma

Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp: South Luangwa National Park - Central

Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp is situated in the remote, wildlife rich South Luangwa National Park. Named for the Puku antelope that inhabits the Kakumbi Dambo (floodplain), which the camp overlooks, Puku Ridge Camp is built on a hillside, providing stunning vistas of the floodplain and the wildlife that frequents it. Wildlife to be seen includes elephant, lion, wild dog, buffalo and a wide variety of antelope in addition to endemic species such as the Thornicroft’s giraffe and Cooksons wildebeest.

Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp
Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp

Sausage Tree Camp: Lower Zambezi

Sausage Tree Camp is perched on the edge of the Zambezi River in the Lower Zambezi National Park, in Zambia. Guests are treated with the utmost care, with 6 lavish tents spaced out along the river banks and each featuring natural toned furniture and high quality fabrics. Dining takes place in the presence of all sorts of wildlife and exotic species, while the chef marvels guests with the best of his talents. Canoeing and game drives are just a handful of the stimulating activities available for those visiting the Sausage Tree Camp.

Sausage Tree Camp, Zambia
Sausage Tree Camp, Zambia
We can customize this private tour just for you. Any element can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and destinations.
Call us at 1 888 903-2001 or request a quote.
We can customize this private tour just for you. Any element can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and destinations.
Call us at 1 888 903-2001 or request a quote.
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    Our guide, Chakim, was fantastic, and our driver was excellent. We were very pleased with our accommodations. Only negative comments would be the villa in Essaouira (room, food, service not good although people very nice), and, while probably not an issue for other travelers, we were disappointed that we could not relax over a glass of wine at the end of our journey because Hotel Le Doge did not offer alcoholic beverages. We are currently scheduled with Kensington Tours for India in November and we are now planning on scheduling with Kensington for all our trips - right now that would be Thailand to Mynamar, and Egypt with Dubai extension. We are extremely happy with Kensington Tours and their travel agents. We would recommend Lily Balfour to anyone.

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    Kensington and its partners did not miss a single deadline, appointment or function to our total satisfaction. The result, no stress and total enjoyment.

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    Christine was absolutely superb both in helping us frame and develop a custom tour as well as in constant follow up until we left. Inevitably things will change on the ground when trips are planned in advance and Christine was consistently on top of the changes and advised us accordingly. As first time travelers to Kenya and Tanzania Christine's advice and guidance was simply excellent. Rose, in Kensington's Nairobi office was likewise superb. Totally responsive to our needs, she helped make a few final adjustments while we were there. Once again, an exceptional experience made possible by Kensington.

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    We are extremely happy with your service from beginning to end and we had very a memorable trip.

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    I cannot express how fabulous our trip was!! I know it was made that way thanks to ALL the kind, knowledgable, and helpful people that you all placed in our path. Many went above and beyond to make our experience even more positive. From drivers, to guides, to hotel staff---we met some wonderful people that we can now call friends. Thank you Christine and Kensington tours for this once in a lifetime African adventure!

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    Christine, our family trip was ALL we wanted it to be. The hotel accommodations in the cities were GREAT. We needed to make some room assignment adjustments but that's to be expected with a large family with children and same names.

    I don't know where/how ya'll got those guides but...KEEP'EM! In both Cape Town and Joberg the guys knew their cities and environs excellently. Their English was very good...so good in fact that several got the sarcasm and even joked some. I do apologize if we over-tipped. I relied on each family to tip their own driver but, I wasn't sure of their "sense of what was right" so I followed up with something for each.

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    A truly wonderful trip......first class accommodations and service in each venue....the guides were knowledgable and went out of their way to insure that we could see and understand Africa. Capetown is a fascinating city, Sabi Sands an extraordinary private game preserve, and Zimbabwe with Victoria Falls and the Victoria Falls Hotel a once in a lifetime experience. For those who want to visit Africa we enthusiastically recommend Kensington Tours. And Jolene Plant stayed with us in every step during the planning of our trip and itinerary. We saw as much of Africa as much as anyone can during our two weeks vacation.

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    This was one of the most amazing trips that I have ever had. The custom tours and activities exceeded my expectations. I was traveling alone but felt safe and in good hands. The process of booking the trip with Lily Baffour was so easy and personal, especially with the constant communications from her up to my departure. Thank you Kensington Tours for an awesome experience. I will definitely use you for my next adventure!

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