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Zambia Custom Travel Planners

Try one of these Zambia custom travel planners to create the trip of your dreams.

Zambia Custom Travel Planner: Cherri Briggs: Explore Africa
Conde Nast Travel Expert, Travel & Leisure A-List, Wendy’s WOW List
Phone: 888-596-6377
Email: info@exploreafrica.net
Website: Explore Africa

From CN: Having served on the boards of several African conservation organizations, she applies her environmental ethics in choosing accommodations, from classic mobile tented safaris to luxe lodges, and fosters client participation in community and wildlife projects. She can have you photographing elephants at a hide in the moonlight or tracking lowland gorillas with the Ba’aka peoples.

Zambia Custom Travel Planner: Leora Rothschild: Rothschild Safaris
Travel & Leisure A-List

Phone: 800-405-9463
Email: leora@rothschildsafaris.com
Website: Rothschild Safaris

Zambia Custom Travel Planners:   Linda Wheeler: Micato Tours
Travel & Leisure A-List

Phone: 212-545-7111
Email: lwheeler@micato.com
Website: Micato Tours

Zambia Custom Travel Planner: Julian Harrison: Premier Tours
Travel & Leisure A-List

Phone: 800-545-1910
Email: julianh@premiertours.com
Website: Premier Tours

Additional Zambia Custom Travel Planners Ideas:

Zambia Custom Travel Planner: Dana Welch: The Travel Society
Phone: 303-563-6225
Email: dana@travelsociety.com
Website: none listed

From T&L 2015: “A former trekking guide in Nepal and lodge manager in Zambia, Welch is the go-to advisor for adventure-minded travelers looking to go on safari and spot wildlife. She partners with a very select group of operators and guides to create itineraries like flying safaris across Namibia, hiking treks up Mount Kilimanjaro, and walking trips across Zambia.”

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    Zambia Ten Travel Ideas

    Ideas for working with your Zambia Custom Tour Planner

    Try some of these great ideas to start your conversation with one of the travel experts listed below.

    1 – It lives up to its local (Tongan) name, Mosi-oa-Tunya, meaning “The Smoke that Thunders.” Visit the famous Victoria Falls.

    2 –  Go birdwatching on the African savannah.

    3 – Raft the mighty Zambezi.

    4 – Stay in a tented camp while “in the bush” on safari.

    5 – Go canyoneering in the Zambezi River Gorge.

    6 — The daytime and nighttime game drives in South Luangwa National Park are fabulous for photography.

    7– See Victoria Falls from the air.

    8 – Swim in the Devil’s Pool by Victoria Falls.

    9 – Seek out big game in one of Zambia’s national parks.

    10 – Watch the sunset over the plains.

    General Information

    Country
    Zambia
    Language
    English
    Currency
    Zambian kwacha
    Airport
    Lusaka (LUN)

    Zambia Tourism Website Information

    Zambia Tourism

    Wow!  Amazing video of the mighty waters of Victoria Falls greats you at this up-to-date website. Honestly, did not want to leave the home page to find out what else was there!  Great job!!

    There are also some interesting articles posted, not the usual tourist site – but more first-person, well-written articles.

    Here’s a sample on Tiger Fishing on the Lower Zambezi: 

    “The rod tugs. ‘Ah, must be caught on more reeds’, I think, as I gently loosen the line in preparation to untangle and bring it back in. The rod tugs again, harder this time. It tugs more urgently and I quickly realize that no amount of currents or reeds can create such purposeful force. The end of my rod begins to bend heavily as I frantically put down my cold shandy and think of the first step: allow the fish to pick up and run with the bait before striking; that must mean to swim with the bait.

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