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Free Bed & Breakfast night in the Cotswolds

One of the best ways to organise your own Tailor Made holiday is to come and talk to us in person. To help you plan your perfect trip, we will host you for one night's bed and breakfast accommodation, near our Cotswold offices in Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire. You can then meet a member of our team who can talk through our Tailor Made trekking and tour options, pore over books and maps and perhaps view some images of your proposed destination.

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Tailor Made Holidays to Zambia

To discuss your holiday plans please call 01453 844400 to speak to one of our experts or complete a Tailor Made enquiry form.

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Our favourite things to see and do in Zambia

Take a walk on the wild side on a walking safari

Pioneered in the Luangwa over 50 years ago, Zambia is the unrivalled home of the walking safari. Accompanied by a highly experienced guide and an armed scout, you walk between camps exploring the varied landscapes and habitats of the national park; safely discovering creatures both great and small. It is a thrilling wildlife experience like no other.

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Go on a night safari

There’s nothing quite as thrilling as heading out on a torch-lit 4x4 adventure as you look for an elusive leopard as it stalks its prey under the cover of darkness or spot bright eyes, glinting from the blackness of the bush.

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Become a birder

Don’t forget to take your binoculars with you as, with around 800 different species on show, Zambia is a premier destination for bird watchers. The fertile Luangwa region boasts around half of these species with iridescent bee-eaters, comical shoebills and giant eagle owls amongst the most notable. If you aren’t a birder before you arrive, you probably will be by the time you leave.

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Explore the bush on a game drive

For photographers and animal enthusiasts a traditional game drive is one of the best ways to get up close to a multitude of wildlife and to cover large distances in search of rare sightings. All the camps we use in Zambia offer driving safaris from comfortable, open-topped jeeps so you won’t miss a thing.

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Paddle down the Zambezi River on a canoe safari

Not only can you get close to the wildlife on foot and in a jeep in Zambia, you can also enjoy close-up encounters on a canoe safari on the Zambezi River. Canoeing alongside your guide on the gentle waters from the Chongwe River Camp, you will gain a very different perspective of the birds, reptiles and mammals that call the river home.

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See the mighty Victoria Falls

At around 100m in height, 1,688m wide and with upwards of 700 million litres of water cascading over its lip at the height of the season, Victoria Falls are rightly considered one of the world’s most impressive waterfalls. On the Zambian side the falls are easily viewed from a path running along the opposite clifftop, with sunrise and sunset giving the most spectacular photo opportunities.

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Go on a night safari

There’s nothing quite as thrilling as heading out on a torch-lit 4x4 adventure as you look for an elusive leopard as it stalks its prey under the cover of darkness or spot bright eyes, glinting from the blackness of the bush.

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Paddle down the Zambezi River on a canoe safari

Not only can you get close to the wildlife on foot and in a jeep in Zambia, you can also enjoy close-up encounters on a canoe safari on the Zambezi River. Canoeing alongside your guide on the gentle waters from the Chongwe River Camp, you will gain a very different perspective of the birds, reptiles and mammals that call the river home.

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Become a birder

Don’t forget to take your binoculars with you as, with around 800 different species on show, Zambia is a premier destination for bird watchers. The fertile Luangwa region boasts around half of these species with iridescent bee-eaters, comical shoebills and giant eagle owls amongst the most notable. If you aren’t a birder before you arrive, you probably will be by the time you leave.

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Explore the bush on a game drive

For photographers and animal enthusiasts a traditional game drive is one of the best ways to get up close to a multitude of wildlife and to cover large distances in search of rare sightings. All the camps we use in Zambia offer driving safaris from comfortable, open-topped jeeps so you won’t miss a thing.

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Spend a night under the stars

Vast African skies, a myriad of glinting stars and the distant call of the wild – it doesn’t get more atmospheric than a night spent out in the bush. Netted tents mean you can view the night sky and you’ll be kept safe by your guide and armed scout.

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Go fishing on the Lower Zambezi

The Lower Zambezi River is renowned as one of the best places to catch, and release, a fish or two – particularly Tiger fish. Prime fishing season for Tiger fish is between June and September although it’s possible to dangle a rod anytime between May and the rainy season in November. Tightlines!

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Enjoy lunch in style in the bush

Whilst out on a longer walking or jeep safari, you might get a wonderful surprise when you stop for lunch; a table for two or more laid out in style, overlooking a picturesque spot, with delicious food to enjoy whilst keeping an eye out for any four-legged visitors. A little touch of safari paradise!

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Take a walk on the wild side on a walking safari

Pioneered in the Luangwa over 50 years ago, Zambia is the unrivalled home of the walking safari. Accompanied by a highly experienced guide and an armed scout, you walk between camps exploring the varied landscapes and habitats of the national park; safely discovering creatures both great and small. It is a thrilling wildlife experience like no other.

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Simply relax and watch for wildlife

You don’t need to be ‘on safari’ to spot the abundant birds and wildlife in Zambia as many animals will come very close to your camp to feed and drink. So all you need to do is take a seat on the deck outside your room, relax and let nature come to you.

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