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20 Days Zambia,Tanzania and Kenya Safari ( Camping)

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Duration

20 days, 19 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

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Overview

  • This 12-Day Highlights of Zambia, Tanzania and Kenya will lead you to the best wildlife areas in just 3 African Countries. You will go on walking safaris, do game drives, boat cruises, canoeing and enjoy the tranquillity in this nature. Let’s create memories.
    • DEPARTURE: This tour departs from Lusaka
    • COUNTRY(‘S): Zambia, Tanzania and Kenya
    • DESTINATIONS: Lusaka – Zambia – South Luangwa National Park – Lake Malawi – Chitimba – Iringa – Mikumi National Park – Stone Town – Nungwi – Bagamoyo – Usa River – Karatu
    • TOUR CODE: 20C-ZAM-TAN-KNY
    • RETURN: Back to in the Afternoon
    • PASSENGERS: Minimum 1 Traveler and a Maximum of 14 Travelers per group
    • STYLE: Camping
    • MEALS: FB: Full Board – Dinner, Bed, Breakfast and Lunch

               VEHICLE: 2-3: Double Cab 4×4/

    4 – 7 guests: Toyota Quantum/Landcruiser with a purpose-built trailer

    8-14 guests: Toyota Dyna truck (a modified safari vehicle) / Iveco Daily 24-Seater

Trip Facts

  • Accommodation Destination Duration
    Eureka Camping Park Lusaka 1 Night
    Chimwemwe Lodge Zambia 1 Night
    Wildlife Camp South Luangwa National Park 2 Nights
    Ngala Beach Lodge Lake Malawi 2 Nights
    Maji Zuwa Water & Sun Resort Chitimba 2 Nights
    Kisolanza Farm Iringa 1 Night
    Camp Bastian Mikumi Mikumi National Park 1 Night
    Africa House Hotel Stone Town 1 Night
    Amaan Bungalows Nungwi 2 Nights
    Travellers Lodge Bagamoyo Bagamoyo 1 Night
    Meru Mbega Lodge Usa River 1 Night
    Kudu Lodge Karatu 3 Nights
    Meru Mbega Lodge Usa River 1 Night
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Itinerary

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Day 1: Airport to Lusaka 497.1km
Day 1: Airport to Lusaka 497.1km

Day 1: Airport to Lusaka 497.1km

Day 2: Lusaka to Zambia 416.1km
Day 2: Lusaka to Zambia 416.1km

Accommodation: Chimwemwe Lodge, Campsite, Zambia / Similar

Today guest will get breakfast and drive to Zambia this unique, peanut-shaped country, once known as Northern Rhodesia, offers visitors an authentic African experience complete with adrenalin pumping adventure sports, a variety of fascinating cultural activities, and an abundance of indigenous wildlife, which finds refuge in Zambia’s vast national parks. Spend your evenings enjoying the spectacular site of the world’s largest waterfall, the Victoria Falls, while sipping on sundowners after an exhilarating day of whitewater rafting down the rapids of the mighty Zambezi River.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activities: Boat Cruise

Overnight: Chimwemwe Lodge

With its sculpted gardens and manicured lawn, the signs are all good on the way into the well-looked-after Chimwemwe Lodge. The chalets have pleasingly high thatched roofs, giving them an airy feel when it’s hot outside. It’s a little gem in this nondescript little town. The restaurant here prepares local cuisine too at reasonable prices, including game meat.

Day 3: Zambia to Luangwa National Park 176.5
Day 3: Zambia to Luangwa National Park 176.5

Accommodation: Wildlife Camp, South Luangwa National Park / Similar

Guest will have the last breakfast prepared over the open fire and then you will get onto the motorboat back to Kiambi Lodge. You will be driven to Lusaka for your flight with ProFlight from Lusaka to Mfuwe at around midday. The pickup is arranged with Flatdogs Camp. After checking in and a bit of time to relax you will go out on your first game drive in South Luangwa. Accommodation in Twin/Double Chalets at Flatdogs Camp

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activities: Game Drive

Day 4: South Luangwa National Park
Day 4: South Luangwa National Park

Accommodation: Wildlife Camp, South Luangwa National Park / Similar

This Morning Guest will have breakfast and go on a Game drive and will be back before lunch and in the afternoon go on a walk. Wildlife includes hippo, crocodile and over 400 species of birds, elephant and large herds of buffalo. Thornicroft’s giraffe and Cookson’s wildebeest can be spotted plus healthy populations of wild dog.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activities: Morning and Afternoon Game drive and Walk

Overnight: Wildlife Camp

Wildlife Camp offers a much needed niche for everyone who is enthusiastic about wildlife, South Luangwa National Park and Zambia – at an affordable rate. At the camp there are rustic en-suite chalets, a secluded en-suite tented camp, a Bushcamp for overnight walking safaris and a stunning campsite, all situated on the banks of the Luangwa River. Wildlife Camp is situated on land owned by the Wildlife and Environmental Conservation Society of Zambia (WECSZ). The camp operates under their auspices and pays a lease to the WECSZ, which in return supports the wildlife and people of the Luangwa Valley and Zambia.

Day 5: South Luangwa National Park to Lake Malawi 495.2km
Day 5: South Luangwa National Park to Lake Malawi 495.2km

Accommodation: Ngala Beach Lodge, Lake Malawi / Similar

Guest will have breakfast and today head to Lake Malawi is the crowning jewel of this beautiful country. It is one of the largest, longest and deepest freshwater lakes in the world. Numerous fishing villages are scattered along its length but there are still vast stretches of uninhabited golden beaches. Known as ‘The Lake of Stars’, the natural beauty of Lake Malawi draws travellers from around the globe. It has more species of fish than any other freshwater lake in the world, boasting over 600 species of fish in the Lake Malawi National Park alone.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activities: Game drives

Day 6: South Luangwa National Park
Day 6: South Luangwa National Park

Accommodation: Ngala Beach Lodge, Lake Malawi / Similar

On this beautiful day guest will have early breakfast and go on go on game drive around lake Malawi which is 590-kilometre-long and 85 kilometre wide Lake is the third-largest lake in Africa, occupying one-fifth of Malawi’s total area. With a depth of 700 metres, it is incredibly deep with its lowest point reaching more than 200 metres below sea level. Visitors can look forward to spotting a myriad of wildlife in and around the lake including, hippos, crocodiles, fish eagles, and over 1000 species of brightly coloured endemic

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activities: Full day Game drive

Overnight: Ngala Beach Lodge

Ngala Beach Lodge is a luxury accommodation with stunning views of both the lake and Vipya Mountains. The lodge is one of the only places on the lake that offers a view of both sunrise and sunset over the water. Accommodation at Ngala Beach Lodge consits of De Luxe cottages, Executive chalets, camping and dormitory accommodation. All the lodge’s spacious comfortable accommodation is equipped with an en-suite bathroom (shower), ceiling fans, drop down mosquito nets, coffee/tea stations and private patios where you can enjoy the views afforded from the privacy of your own room.

Day 7: Lake Malawi to Chitimba 302.4km
Day 7: Lake Malawi to Chitimba 302.4km

Accommodation: Maji Zuwa Water & Sun Resort, Chitimba / Similar

Guest will have breakfast and visit a local village today near our accommodation with our guide. The remainder of the day is yours to relax and enjoy the magnificent views and sounds of Lake Malawi. You can laze around at the pool at your accommodation, snorkel or swim in Lake Malawi. There are a variety of optional activities on offer here. The following morning, we make our way north and spend another night on the banks of Lake Malawi where you will enjoy a magnificent sunset over the lake. Your guide will help you plan your activities for the days ahead or you can simply take time out and to relax on the shore

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 8: Chitimba
Day 8: Chitimba

Accommodation: Maji Zuwa Water & Sun Resort, Chitimba / Similar

On this beautiful day guest will The death of this remarkable explorer revived the desire in other missionaries to come to Malawi and, after they finally finished setting up missions in various malaria-ridden areas, they constructed a malaria-free mission in the highlands of the eastern escarpment, aptly named Livingstone. This mission is still operational today and is open to visitors willing to embark on a strenuous hike in order to reach it. Because of the difficulty of this 6-8-hour trek to the mission, you should be sure to partake in it only if you feel you are truly fit enough to brave the steep slopes and boiling temperatures.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activities: Guided Walk

Overnight: Maji Zuwa Water & Sun Resort

Maji Zuwa hosts travelers who are looking for more than just a typical stop-over. For those who would like peace and tranquility, you’ll look upon some of the best views of the lake, relaxing in Adirondack chairs where you can kick back and snooze the afternoon away. The resort’s rooms are clean, simple, and affordable with options ranging from en suite, to inexpensive dorms, and, of course, camping sites which overlook the water. For those who want to get their hands dirty, they offer the chance to immerse yourself in our partnership projects within the community.

Day 9
Day 9

Accommodation: Kisolanza Farm, Iringa / Similar

Guest will have breakfast and Depart from Malawi to Tanzania. We ascend out of the Great Rift Valley through some remarkable mountain passes, passing enormous tea plantations in the highlands before eventually arriving at our stop in Iringa.

Included Activities: visit to the Boma Cultural Museum

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Overnight: Kisolanza Farm

Set in the crisp, cool altitude of Tanzania’s scenic Southern Highlands, Kisolanza Farm was originally planted with tobacco, it is a fully working farm with cattle, sheep and a range of crops. The Cape to Cairo road that weaves the length of Africa passes directly through the home, and The Old Farm House was set up to to offer an ideal stopover spot for travelers, a pause between Zanzibar and Malawi. The Old Farm House has grown to include a range of accommodation from luxurious cottages to bush camping, as well as an exceptional restaurant and bar, a farm shop and a spa. Kisolanza provides a haven that caters for all the creature comforts, such as hot showers, delicious food, a warm bed, and luxurious little extras on the side that make it unique, and so much more than just a stop along the way.

Day 10: Iringa To Mikumi National Park 238.3km
Day 10: Iringa To Mikumi National Park 238.3km

Accommodation: Camp Bastian Mikumi, Mikumi National Park / Similar

On this day guest will have a nice breakfast and drive to Mikumi National Park, the death of this remarkable explorer revived the desire in other missionaries to come to Malawi and, after they finally finished setting up missions in various malaria-ridden areas, they constructed a malaria-free mission in the highlands of the eastern escarpment, aptly named Livingstone. This mission is still operational today and is open to visitors willing to embark on a strenuous hike in order to reach it. Because of the difficulty of this 6-8-hour trek to the mission, you should be sure to partake in it only if you feel you are truly fit enough to brave the steep slopes and boiling temperatures.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activities: Game drive

Overnight: Camp Bastian Mikumi

Camp Bastian Mikumi is situated in a unique, quiet and natural setting, just outside Mikumi National Park. Guest accommodations feature four cottages as well as a camp site. Each cottage has a private veranda and is decorated with locally made furniture and fabrics. The cottage accommodation options include self contained cottages and budget cottages with shared bathroom facilities.

Day 11: Mikumi National Park to Stone Town 389km
Day 11: Mikumi National Park to Stone Town 389km

Accommodation: Africa House Hotel, Stone Town / Similar

On this day guest will wake up early and drive from Mikumi to the Port of Dar es salaam where we climb aboard a local ferry that transports us to Zanzibar. Our home for the following three nights. Stone Town offers a variety of activities and is the perfect stop to enjoy the beaches. Stone Town Situated on the beautiful island of Zanzibar, Stone Town is the old city and cultural heart of the island and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town is famous for its winding alleys fringed by grand architecture, bustling bazaars, sultan’s palace, mosques, the House of Wonders, gardens and the extravagant merchants’ houses with their remarkably ornate doors. Stone Town is home to over fifty mosques, six Hindu Temples, a Catholic and an Anglican Cathedral.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Overnight: Africa House Hotel

This famous landmark, which was once a royal residence before becoming the English Club, has been beautifully restored and renovated to become one of Zanzibar’s most beautiful hotels. Retaining an atmosphere steeped in history, The Africa House is tastefully furnished throughout with Persian carpets, antiques, original photographs and paintings by local artists. The impressive marble staircase dates back to 1896. Combining the charm of Old World elegance and the comforts and conveniences of today, the hotel attracts both business and leisure travellers.

Day 12: Stone Town to Nungwi
Day 12: Stone Town to Nungwi

Accommodation: Amaan Bungalows, Nungwi / Similar

Today guest will have leisure time to explore Zanzibar trades in spices and raffia and has a flourishing tourism industry. In addition to this, Zanzibar is also home to the extremely endangered species of the Red Colobus Monkey. The word ‘Zanzibar’ was derived from the Persian term ‘zangi-bar’ meaning ‘coast of the blacks’ however, it is believed that the name could have also originated from the Arabic ‘Zayn Z’al Barr’ meaning ‘fair is this land’. ‘Zanzibar’ frequently refers specifically to Unguja Island and is sometimes referred to as the Spice Islands,

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Overnight: Amaan Bungalows

Amaan Bungalows is located in Nungwi, a beachfront on the north western tip of the island. The hotel features a wide range of facilities and leisure options. Amaan Bungalows offers accommodation for families, couples and honeymooners. The hotel’s 86 guest rooms, include 16 sea view rooms, 32 pool view rooms, 19 deluxe rooms and 19 garden rooms, set amid a landscaped tropical oasis of coconut palms, shady trees and sweet scented flowers. The hotel’s traditional architecture utilizes local materials from the island.

Day 14: Nungwi to Bagamoyo 206.3km

Accommodation: Travellers Lodge Bagamoyo, Bagamoyo / Similar

Today guest will have breakfast and drive to Bagamoyo situated a stone’s throw away from the idyllic island of Zanzibar, on Tanzania’s beautiful coastline, the town of Bagamoyo lies within the UNESCO-listed Bagamoyo District. It was once a major trading port, the capital of German East Africa, and it served as a stopover for slave and ivory caravans who travelled from Lake Tanganyika to Zanzibar. Today it is a hub for traditional dhow building and is known for its arts, culture and fascinating history.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Included Activities: Village Tours

Overnight: Travellers Lodge Bagamoyo

Travellers Lodge Bagamoyo is situated on a gentle curve on a long, white sand beach in Bagamoyo, Tanzania. Accommodation consists of beach cottages and a campground. The cottages are equipped with air conditioning, an en-suite bathroom and a private verandah. The campground features shower and toilet facilities. The on-site restaurant offers a wide selection of well-prepared local and international dishes and the bar is always well-stocked with a variety of drinks for guests enjoyment.

Day 15: Bagamoyo to Usa River 550.9km

Accommodation: Meru Mbega Lodge, Usa River / Similar

This Morning guest will have breakfast and drive to Arusha this is a good spot to take a day or two off from the safari circuit as it features a temperate climate and lush surrounds. Arusha is located at the base of Mount Meru – on the eastern edge of the Great Rift Valley’s eastern branch. The city experiences mostly balmy weather due to its location on the hills of Mount Meru. Within close proximity to the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Olduvai Gorge, Tarangire National Park and Mount Kilimanjaro, Arusha contains its very own National Park, situated on Mount Meru. The main industry of this area is agriculture. Producers of huge vegetables and flowers send superb produce to Europe. Arusha has several factories including a brewery, tyre and fibreboard plant as well as a big pharmaceuticals manufacturer. For those who have purchased the optional Serengeti Excursion upgrade will be briefed on what to expect for the upcoming days.

Meals: Breakfast

Included Activities: City Tour

Overnight: Meru Mbega Lodge

Meru Mbega Lodge is the ideal base for climbing the Kilimanjaro and the Mount Meru. The lodge is situated half way from Kilimanjaro Airport and Arusha town, a practical starting point for a safari in the northern part of the country.

Day 16: Usa River to Karatu 197.2km

Accommodation: Kudu Lodge, Karatu campsite / Similar

Guest will have early breakfast and drive to Karatu Travellers heading for the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater will inevitably pass through the town of Karatu in the green hills of Tanzania’s northern highlands. Presided over by the towering Ol Deani Volcano, this small, colourful town serves as a popular overnight stop for visitors exploring the area’s many game parks. The town offers a variety of activities including browsing the bustling marketplace, sampling beer at a local brewery, visiting a traditional Iraqw homestead, or taking a guided walk through the Ngorongoro Forest in search of waterfalls and elephants caves.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activity: Game Drive

Day 17: Karatu

Accommodation: Kudu Lodge, Karatu campsite / Similar

The next morning, guest will rise early and will be collected for our excursion to the Ngorongoro Crater. We will spend the day exploring the crater and discovering the animals who roam the plains. We make our way back to Karatu in the afternoon.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activity: Excursion

Day 18: Karatu

Accommodation: Kudu Lodge, Karatu campsite / Similar

On our last day, we rise early in the morning and embark on a hike to the Elephants Cave, exploring the magical forests with the magnificent wildlife. The rest of the day you have some leisure time to partake in a variety of optional activities available here. These activities must be booked directly with the accommodation prior to arrival.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Included Activity: Hiking

Overnight: Kudu Lodge

Kudu Lodge & Camp are set in 11 acres of farmland approximately 2Kms from the main road through Karatu and leading to the famous National Parks of Northern Tanzania, among them The Serengeti, Lake Manyara, and The Ngorongoro Crater. The Lodge and Campsite are strategically situated for visiting these wonderlands, and for experiencing the safari adventure of a lifetime. Rich in big game, a multitude of birds species and other beautiful wildlife, these Parks are an absolute must.

Day 19: Karatu to Usa River 179.3km

Accommodation: Meru Mbega Lodge, Usa River / Similar

On this day guest will have breakfast and after checking out drive to Usa River .

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Overnight: Meru Mbega Lodge

Meru Mbega Lodge is the ideal base for climbing the Kilimanjaro and the Mount Meru. The lodge is situated half way from Kilimanjaro Airport and Arusha town, a practical starting point for a safari in the northern part of the country.

Day 20: Usa River to Nairobi

This is the last day of tour and after your breakfast you will pack up and check out and will be transferred to the airport.

Meals: Breakfast

End of Itinerary

Included/Excluded

  • Qualified professional driver guide
  • Vehicle / fuel
  • Park entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Passenger liability 15%
  • VAT 2% tourism levy
  • Airport transfers
  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner for the Client
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Entrance fees not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Drinks at lodges and on road
  • Optional excursions and activities
  • Tips for tour guides
  • International flights and airport taxes
  • Items not mentioned in the itinerary
  • All drinks

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