Celebrating Zambia’s 50 years of Independence!



Let’s explore Zambia in 2014 as the country celebrates its 50th year of independence! Robin Pope Safaris has put together a 10 night trip that features Zambia’s key safari destinations in celebration:



Livingstone is home to one of 7 natural wonders of the world, the Victoria Falls, and offers many opportunities, both adrenaline filled and more sedate, to view this amazing site. There are game viewing opportunities too, with a chance to see the white rhino in Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park and river trips on the Zambezi River. Stanley Safari Lodge, the first stop on this itinerary is situated just 3km from the mighty Victoria Falls

South Luangwa National Park








From Livingstone, a stay at either Nkwali or Nsefu (depending on the season) is next. Both camps are situated in the Luangwa Valley, which marks the end of the Great Rift Valley. Its is one of the last unspoiled wilderness areas and possibly the finest wildlife sanctuary in Africa. This is home of the walking safaris.

Lower Zambezi


Luangwa River flows into the Zambezi River – just below the Lower Zambezi National Park and is the next stop on this itinerary. This park, scenically bordered by an impressive escarpment, has excellent game, which can be viewed from either the river or by land when staying at Baines River Camp.


The safari ends with a night in Zambia’s capital, Lusaka. With many cultural and historical aspects in the city, it’s the perfect way to end this celebratory trip.

Contact us for the full itinerary or for more information: info@robinpopesafaris.net

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