Conoce Zambia y Zimbabwe


Following in Livingstone’s Footsteps

Custom Travel to Zambia and Zimbabwe

It ought to have been strange to a religious man like Livingstone, the Scottish physician and missionary, to let himself go in so many African territories. Maybe after the culture shock, he felt closer to his God before Victoria Falls’ ferocious, marvelous, whitewater spectacle and as he contemplated the region’s magical sunsets in hues as beautiful as they were unbelievable


Zambia. Sobrevuelo panorámico en ultraligero

Zambia. Sobrevuelo panorámico en ultraligero

Panoramic ultralight aircraft flyover at Victoria Falls

Zambia. Paseos guiados a pie

Zambia. Paseos guiados a pie

On-foot excursions through South Luangwa National Park, always in the company of expert naturalists.

Zambia. Safari nocturno

Zambia. Safari nocturno

Nighttime safari in Hwange National Park.

Zambia. Descanso en alojamientos y lodges exclusivos

Zambia. Descanso en alojamientos y lodges exclusivos

Rest up in exclusive accommodations and lodges that blend with nature.

Zambia. Disfrutar de un baño en la Piscina del Diablo

Zambia. Disfrutar de un baño en la Piscina del Diablo

Take a plunge into the “Devil’s Pool.”

Recommended travel time: Autumn

 Any time of year is good for traveling to Zambia and Zimbabwe. The weather there is distinguished by dry and rainy seasons. Rains are heavy between November and March, when National Parks evince exuberant greenery. Animal-spotting is not as good due to abundant available water in dense savannas…but the birdwatching is spectacular.

If you’re after wildlife, it starts in June, during the dry season. September and October are the best months for spotting wild animals that gather at watering holes, rivers and lakes.

During April and May, Victoria Falls achieves peak splendor, just before the rains begin again. During this season the cataracts are the largest waterfalls on the planet.

Seasonal experiences

From September to December you can take a dip in the “Devil’s Pool,” at Victoria Falls, when the water level is lowest and the experience is sufficiently safe.

It is a natural pool on a cliff more than 100 meters high, quite close to the same line from which the waters crest in all their splendor at Victoria Falls; a natural rock wall blocks it from currents.

The Scottish explorer David Livingstone was the first European to reach the falls, in 1805, and he renamed them in honor of Queen Victoria. Locally they are known as Mosi-oa-Tunya, i.e., “thundering smoke.”

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