Zambia is one of the best destinations in Africa for walking and river safaris, yet it is little explored by travellers. This fourth edition covers the prime attractions, including all national parks, from the lower Zambezi and Kafue to the famous Luangwa Park, host to several unique species and the top place for leopard-spotting. Advice for the independent traveler includes how to choose first-class bushcamps, lodges and/or hotels to organise memorable safaris.
About the Author
Chris McIntyre runs one of the UK’s most successful specialist tour operators and thus has an unrivalled knowledge of travel in Zambia. He is also author of Bradt’s Botswana and Namibia.
Table of Contents
(1) Facts and Figures (2) History and Economy (3) People (4) The Natural Environment (5) Planning and Preparation (6) Health and Safety (7) In the Wilds (8) Zambia Today (9) Lusaka (10) Livingstone and Victoria Falls (11) Lake Kariba and the Lower Zambezi (12) The Luangwa Valley (13) Bangweulu Area (14) Northern Zambia (15) The Copperbelt (16) The Kafue River Basin (17) The Western Province