Established in 1924 in western Zambia, Kafue National Park is one of the oldest and largest in Africa (size of Belgium). Situated only 2 hours drive from Livingstone it is the perfect park to include on your journey through Hidden Zambia. Despite it’s prominent location it remains largely undiscovered by the tourist trade, offering some the best uninterrupted game viewing Africa has to offer.

Kafue is known for its abundant wildlife. You are in leopard country and it is not unusual to hear their throaty bark as the sun sets. Kafue also has a superb range of antelope and 430 different species of birdlife. However, this place isn’t about box ticking the ‘Big 5’ in a week. Kafue is a holistic experience with the landscape, the people and the wildlife. With an extremely healthy eco system, supporting a diverse number of wild animals you will animals that you weren’t expecting to find.

With a tented chalet on the river front, you will wake up to the bass notes of the hippo and the often high whoop of hyena in the distance, along with all manner of birdsong. We are a small, owner run network of lodges and can offer a truly personal and bespoke service. With 6-8 maximum occupancy, we are able to arrange activities around your particular interests and pace of travel.

Safari in Kafue truly feels authentic and every wildlife encounter a privilege.


Our lodges are stakeholders in Kafue National Park and are actively involved in big cat conservation as well as supporting anti-poaching initiatives.

£1,200pp including transfers, all meals and 1 activity per day.


Arrive at lodge receive a homemade three-course meal.

Morning game drive with Martin, one of the top guides in Kafue National Park. Enjoy your first breakfast under a beautiful baobab tree and simply take it all in.

Enjoy the vast expanse this lodge has to offer. Unwind and let the wild come to you. Leopards are regulars through this camp.

Today could be the day for Zambia’s famous walking safari. With Martin’s unrivalled knowledge you can learn the art of tracking and capture the bush from a different perspective. Take a walk on the wild side and ignite the senses.

Start to learn some of the 430 bird species along the Kafue river. Take a game drive through the salt pan and keep an eye out for the White-fronted bee eater nests.

Night drives. Zambia is one of the few places you can safari after dark. This is when the real activity begins.

The Kafue river feeds the mighty Zambezi. Take off on a 2 hour boat safari and enjoy the sheer tranquillity. Returning in time for sundowners on your last night in this beautiful part of hidden Zambia.


Why not include 2 or 3 nights in Livingstone and visit Victoria Falls, one of the world’s seven wonders. The best time to go for getting good photographs and enjoying views of the falls is between May and September.

For a longer visit we can consider the beautiful Luangwa valley or simply stay in one of the capital’s luxury gamepark hotels before your journey home. 

Our objective is to listen to you and offer our first hand knowledge-to stitch together a personalised itinerary to reveal the rich tapestry of Hidden Zambia.