Zambian Residents Safaris

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Zambian Residents Safaris

email : info@ntandaventures.com / ntandares3@gmail.com

Includes: Charter flights from Lusaka to Kulefu or Jeki Airstrip and return to Lusaka | Transfers and transport to/from camp to Kulefu/Jeki airstrips | Exclusive use of Amanzi Luxury Tented Camp | 5 nights luxury accommodation on a full board basis (all meals) | All local alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages | 2 x boats | 2 x guides | 2 x open safari vehicles | All activities | Unlimited guided fishing | National park fees, conservation levies and fishing permits Excludes: Fishing tackle. (Fishing tackle can be hired at R 500 per fisherman per day. Fisherman are also welcome to bring in their own tackle) | Visas if required | Travel insurance (compulsory ) | Gratuities | International flights to/from Lusaka from/to other countries where applicab

SPECIALS

ZAMBEZI GRANDE - LOWER ZAMBEZI

SPECIAL OFFER UNTIL 30 NOVEMBER 2022

Resident rate Special offer's:

2 night stay:

Superior Suite @USD$700 per person sharing per stay

Luxury Room @ USD$550 per person sharing per stay

3 night stay:

Superior Suite @USD$975 per person sharing per stay

Luxury Room @ USD$750 per person sharing per stay

We regret, no children under the age of 12. Children between 12 - 17 years will be charged at 70% of adult sharing rate.

Include: Accommodation; All meals; Two safari activities per day in GMA: Use of camp angling equipment; Cultural village entry; Wi-Fi; SES Medical Evacuation Insurance; Royal Zambezi Airstrip passenger access fees; Royal Zambezi Airstrip transfers; Meet & greet service on arrival at Lusaka International; Airport and at Royal Zambezi Airstrip; All government taxes and levies

Exclude:  Private guiding; Game Drive or boating in LZNP, Wellness Treatments; All beverages; Loss or damages of angling equipment; Breakages; COVID Testing; Flights, Park Fee & Conservation Levy as detailed below:

USD$20 pppd fee covers all aspects of park entry including game drives and fishing as applicable in the LZNP.

 

WILDTRACKS  - LOWER ZAMBEZI

The fish are biting & the Carmines have arrived!!!!

Self Catering Special:

Full lodge 8 x ensuite rooms - sleeps 20 Serviced with a cook & kitchen help K 9500 per night

Half lodge (4 ensuite rooms sleeps 10) K5200 per night

Bushbuck Tent sleeps 3 Self catering ensuite tent, private plunge pool K1600 per night

Book 3 nights & get a complimentary pp

• Sunset cruise to see the carmines

• Baobab Tree climb

• Bush walk

Complimentary activities for Kids Bush walk, obstacle course, Baobab tree climb

River front Camping K200pp

 

Liuwa Exploring Zambia´s Wilderness - Camping Tour

From 5 November to 19 November 2022

Price pp sharing:  EUR 3.160-00 pp sharing 

Single Supplement: EUR 200 pp

Guaranteed window seat. Min 4 pax / max 8 pax 05.11. – 19.11.2022

Day 1: Livingstone

Pick-up from the airport in Livingstone and transfer to lodge in the outskirts of town. In the late afternoon a visit to the Victoria Falls (optional, U$ 20 pp entrance fee). Overnight at Maramba River Lodge or similar. Dinner in a restaurant (own expense). (-/-/-)

Day 2: Ngonye waterfalls:

Pick-up from your lodge and early morning drive to Mosi oa Tunya National Park where we do a game walk with a ranger to see the rhinos. Afterwards we carry on along the course of the Zambezi River up to the beautiful Ngonye Falls; not as mighty as the “big brother” further south, but equally impressive. The Zambezi splits into several channels and the masses of water find their way through the basalt rock formations. Camping near the river. (FB).

Days 3, 4 and 5: Liuwa Plains National Park:

In the morning we will hike to an island to get the best view of the falls. Afterwards we drive further north to Mongu and cross the Barotse flood plains to the Liuwa Plains National Park. There are few roads; however, this is part of the park’s attraction: around 3660km² of untouched Africa. Most of this is a vast honey-coloured plain of grass, with just the occasional water pan, island of raffia palms or a small tree-belt interrupting the scenery. End of October tens of thousands of Gnu (about 45.000) as well as zebra and buffalo will join the more resident red lechwe and reedbuck. The open plains are particularly good for oribi. Hyenas are the main predators here, while wild dog, cheetah and lion are dispersed on the plains. Camping in the bush (running water, showers and flush toilets are present). (3x FB)

Day 6: Mongu Drive to Mongu,

our stop-over at the edge of the Barotse floodplains. Here we have the possibility to stock up for the next few days in Kafue National Park. Camping on the shore of a beautiful lake. (FB).

Days 7 and 8: Chunga (central Kafue National Park)

We drive through Miombo forest to Chunga. Several small rivers cross this area. These leave a few waterholes in the dry season for the animals to quench their thirst. Wild dogs, which roam large areas of the park, cheetah and lion are among the inhabitants here. The birdlife is prolific. Camping on the banks of the Kafue River at Mayukuyuku Camp or Kasabushi Camp (2x FB)

Day 9: Lusaka

We leave the wilderness and drive on a tar-road to Zambia’s capital Lusaka. Overnight in chalets at Pioneer camp or Wilddog Lodge. Dinner in a restaurant (own expense) (B/L/-).

Day 10: Chipata

En route to Chipata we drive through beautiful mountainous landscape and stop at Luangwa Bridge, a thriving market, where all kinds of baskets and mats as well as hand carved items are offered. Overnight in modern rooms in Protea Hotel (B/L/-)

Days 11, 12, 13 and 14: South Luangwa National Park

In the morning we start our travel to Mfuwe and to our campsite outside the park border. South Luangwa NP is known for its abundance of African wildlife: Thorneycroft’s giraffe, Cookson’s Gnu, Crawshay’s Zebra and big herds of buffalo and elephant. Game drives along the Luangwa River often produce spectacular sightings. Hippo families can be seen in great numbers in the river, unparalleled in Africa. During the dry season (July to October), many side channels of the river dry up, leaving the fish trapped. This attracts many different species of predators, such as the African fish eagle, jackal, and hyena, to mention but a few. The colourful Carmine bee-eaters are often seen perching in front of their nests in the riverbanks. Camping in Croc Valley Camp, Marula Lodge or similar (4x FB).

Day 15: Departure

 

CHUNDU COTTAGE - LIVINGSTONE

Chundu Cottage - Self Catering

Offer Valid 1 to 31 October 2022

Only US$ 300.00 per night for the whole cottage, max 6 guests

Ideal for self-drive adventurers and travelling families. Our Self-Catering Offer in Chundu Cottage offers a family-friendly stay inclusive of a daily housekeeping service for 1h30 per day. Look forward to your own tranquil retreat, complete with a private pool. T&C's Apply.

 

LION CAMP - SOUTH LUANGWA

RATES FOR LION CAMP:

16th July – 31st October 2022

Zambian Citizen $335

Zambia Residents $350

SADC Citizens $395

All rates are US$ per person per night (on a sharing basis). Single supplements are applicable 30%

Rates Include: Accommodation, Meals, Teas and Coffee, Safari Activities, Mfuwe Airport Road Transfers (for stays of 3+ nights), VAT, Tourism Levy, Service Charge, Laundry.

Rates Exclude: Beverages, Mfuwe Airport Road Transfers for stays of less than 3 nights, flights, visas and airport departure taxes. Mfuwe Airport transfers for stays of less than 3 nights are charged at US$60pp each way.

2022 Child Policy: Special arrangement: bookings for children under 10 are not accepted. Children travelling with at least one adult: ● Aged 10 - 12 years sharing with an adult: $220 ● Aged 13-17 years: Adult rate (full rate single supplement where applicable) ● These rates apply in the standard rooms. The minimum age for walking safaris at Lion Camp is 16 years.

Special offers - quick view

MFUWE LODGE - SOUTH LUANGWA

Enquire for our 30% discount rates for Non residents

Resident Special Only:

Resident special that includes just one drive per night booked

Mfuwe Lodge $190 pppn sharing Children $110

Director’s House $ 195 pppn sharing Children $107

requires minimum 4 pax (including minimum 2 adults – so 2 adults/2 children is fine, but 1 adult/3 children must pay for 2 adults / 2 children)

Director’s House rate does not include Private Guide & Vehicle, available for $275 per night

Includes: meals, accommodation, one game drive per day

Excludes: Parks Entry Fees of $35 pppn(usd20 citizens) and bar Additional drives: $50 per person per activity Also not applicable over holiday weekends. ****Rates Exclude Holiday Supplement at USS$60.00 per person when booking over Easter. Applies when guest overnight on Easter Saturday or arrive in time for brunch on Easter Sunday.

 

 

 

 

 

Visit the source of the Zambezi

VISIT THE SOURCE OF THE ZAMBEZI - Self Drive

game viewing, walking, cycling, exploring, birding, waterfalls, adventure K5300 FOR 5 NIGHTS for 2 PEOPLE - self catering

1 night Monkey Cottage on the Kafue-Solwezi Road on the Kafue River (self cater)-

3 nights Wina Wa Nzambi Game Reserve (self cater)

1 night Protea Chingola -bed and breakfast

*Chimfunshi is close to Monkey Cottage

FREE ACTIVITIES-Jump in your vehicle and explore the area - walk around top and bottom of Wina crater. Especially sunrise or sunset. Look for the resident bushbabies, pangolin, monitor lizards and the birds and buck. - Walking, hiking, cycling, birding bring your own equipment or hire guide/equipment on 15km of trails -game drive (on your own or book/pay) get close to the wildebeest -canoeing on the Lunga River (various options)enquire for price -Source of the Zambezi River -Zengamina mini-hydro power scheme -Historic Kalene Hill/ Mission hospital -Chibesha lake -Local waterfalls (numerous) -Stand on the Angolan border at Jimbe Bridge -Kasenseli Gold mine -Birding to the Chitunta plain- special birding area Meals can be ordered from Lunga View Lodge in town.