Long regarded by many old safari hands as the “real Africa”, Zambia spans two different regions of Africa: southern and central. A country which grew rich and then poor again with fluctuating copper prices, Zambia is now investing in its true natural riches: the great national parks of Kafue and Luangwa. This is true wilderness, remote and unspoiled: endless plains where great herds roam, and the thundering majesty of Victoria Falls, shared with Zimbabwe.
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The original and one of the very best! Zimbabwe is quickly shaking off its troubled recent past and re-emerging as a force to be reckoned with in eco-tourism. Zimbabwe has it all: incredible parks, ancient stone ruins whose origins are still shrouded in mystery, and astonishing wildlife. In many ways Zimbabwe is where modern photographic safaris began and a fantastic place to experience a walking safari. Zimbabwe is home to a number of iconic destinations, from the game-rich Mana Pools to the “smoke that thunders”: Victoria Falls, one of the natural wonders of the world.