Home of the Zambezi



Apr - Sep

Steadfast’s favourite time to visit

March - May

Famous For

Victoria Falls & Safari

Home of the Zambezi

Visit Zambia

Great for: Crowd-free safaris, land & water safaris, pristine parks

A landlocked destination ruled by water, Zambia’s three great rivers shape its landscape and the way of life of its people. Fed by the Kafue, Luangwa and Zambezi, the country’s national parks are verdant oases teeming with a diversity of wildlife unmatched anywhere else on the African continent. 

The raw beauty of Zambia makes it a favourite destination for safari aficionados who are looking to get away from the crowds. Travellers will experience the untamed heart of Africa, exploring the untouched wilderness by land and water to uncover the wonders of the continent’s most pristine wildlife havens in splendid seclusion.


Reliable Big 5 sightings

Laid-back luxury accommodation

Walking safaris in South Luangwa

Predator action in Kafue National Park

Tiger Fishing in Lower Zambezi National Park

Adrenaline activities at Victoria Falls

Featured Itineraries

Chinzombo: South Luangwa National Park, Zambia (5 nights)

Miavana: Nosy Ankao, Madagascar (5 nights)

From $24 940 per person sharing for 10 nights

Tongabezi Lodge: Victoria Falls, Zambia (3 nights)

Ila Safari Lodge: Kafue, Zambia (3 nights)

Kaya Mawa: Likoma Island, Malawi (3 nights)

From US$ 6 298 per person sharing for 9 nights


October to March

UK: A visa is required to enter Zambia. British nationals visiting Zambia for less than 90 days do not need a visa in advance, and can obtain a visa on arrival.

USA: If you are a U.S. citizen planning a trip to Zambia, you do not have to apply for a Zambia E-Visa months in advance. United States citizens qualify for the visa-on-arrival program, which means you can apply for your visa only 3 business days before your trip.

EU: Short-term Zambian visas for the purpose of tourism can be obtained online, on arrival, or at an overseas diplomatic mission. A tourist visa for Zambia allows a maximum stay of 90 days in the country starting from the date of entry.

India: Yes, all Indian passport holders require a visit to visit Zambia. Indians are eligible for an eVisa. The electronic visa system (eVisa) will allow foreign citizens to receive Zambia visa online, relieving them from the necessity of applying for the visa at the Embassy.

UAE: Nationals of the UAE do not require visas to enter Zambia. However, just like other non-citizen and non-residents arriving in Zambia by Air, they  must be in possession of valid return air tickets. Those arriving by land and water must have enough funds for their stay in and departure from Zambia.

Southern Africa in general is a low risk Malaria area. Malaria is still present and risk is dependent on the specific area you are visiting. We advise getting in touch with our team if you have any questions regarding the malaria risk in the area you will be visiting. South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia are low risk areas and most of our clients choose to not take malaria prophylactics when visiting these destinations. Preventative methods including long sleeve shirts, long trousers and mosquito spray are advised, especially after sunset and in the rainy months. If you are traveling to Southern Africa while pregnant, we advise you to consult with a doctor. The responsible decision is to take malaria prophylactics when visiting Malaria areas. If visiting Mozambique, we insist clients to take malaria prophylactics. 

  • Peak Season: 6-12 months in advance
  • Mid Season: 3-6 months in advance
  • Low Season: 1-3 months in advance

We always advise our clients to fly through Cape Town. Voted the best city in the world, why not add in a stop.

You are able to pay and carry USD in Zambia. In restaurants and shops, credit and bank cards are charged in local currency. We advise carrying small amounts of USD for tips and extras.

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