Whist we like to think of ourselves as Kafue specialists. We also love a bit of variety. Luiwa Plains National Park is another favourite we started visiting almost twenty years ago, at its best in November which should coincide with Africa's second largest wildebeest migration accompanied by a host of predators - hyena, cheetah, wild dog.
As a mobile safari company we really can go anywhere. So expeditions to remote sites for serious birding - for example searching for Shoebill, wilderness and wildlife photography or film work, and traditional cultural festivals such as Kuomboka ceremony are all possible - contact us for advice.
Also known as Sioma Falls, these beautiful Falls mark the transition point in the Zambezi River's flow over Kalahari sand floodplain to basalt rock – the latter eventually contributing to the magnificent gorges of the Victoria Falls.
The horseshoe-shaped Ngonye Falls are mostly impressive because of the sheer volume of water that cascades over the staggered, twenty meter drop. An interesting aspect is that the river flows underneath the rock on either side of the falls, allowing the viewer to stand above, feeling and hearing the water below.
The traditional and spectacular Kuomboka ceremony is held by the Lozi people of Western Zambia annually in either March or April to mark the migration of the people from the flooded plains to higher ground, prompted by the rising floodwaters.
Interested in discovering Wild Kafue or Zambia's other National Parks with The Mobile Safari Company? Contact us for more information.