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A classic combo of three exciting safari destinations for travellers to enjoy, from first time safari goers, to those looking for a new experience in Africa. ZAMBIA is calling and waiting for you!

Guests will experience three premium safari experiences with four nights at Anabezi; located on the banks of the Zambezi River in the Lower Zambezi National Park, five nights at Lion Camp; a hidden Gem located in the northernmost reaches of Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park, and Toka Leya; set on the banks of the Zambezi near the historic town of Livingstone and the majestic Victoria Falls (Mosi Oa Tunya) themselves.

Combining these three exciting locations allows conscious travellers to experience thrilling (and socially distant) game drives, walking safaris, boat trips, fishing, canoeing, fantastic birding and community initiatives.

Why book this safari?

✔  Low impact safari camps aiding sustainable tourism
✔  Excellent wildlife locations
✔  Array of activities include game drives, walking safaris, boating and canoe
✔  Give back to conservation and local communities
✔  No booking fees
✔  Perfect itinerary for both first-time visitors and repeat safari goers
✔  Itinerary can be tailored to include less or more nights, or alternative destinations

per person sharing | child rates available (ages 10+) | please enquire for 2022 offers & rates

US $11,709 

Based on rates and stays between 15 May – 31 October 2021 and includes special offers of 4 nights for 3 at Anabezi Camp & 5 nights for 4 at Lion Camp. 

Anabezi Safari Camp is open 1 April – 31 December
Lion Camp is open 15 May – 31 October


Day 1: Arrange to arrive into Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, Lusaka, where you will be met on arrival and transferred for your overnight stay at Latitude 15 Hotel.
Day 2: A morning flight to your first safari adventure, as you are transferred to Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in time for your charter flight to . You are met on arrival by your guide/driver and transferred through the bush to camp (approx. 2 hour bush transfer). 4 nights at Anabezi Safari Camp.
Day 3-5: Take in daily guided activities such as game drives, walks and canoeing in the magical setting of Lower Zambezi.
Day 6: It’s an early morning departure, as you head back to the airstrip for your flight to South Luangwa National Park (via Lusaka). You arrive into South Luangwa’s Mfuwe airstrip and met upon arrival to be transferred to your next camp (approx. 3 hour road transfer). 5 nights at Lion Camp.
Day 7-10: Guests are guided daily on game drives and walking activities in one of Africa’s best wildlife viewing regions.
Day 11: A final beautiful morning game drive (time permitting) before transferring to the airstrip for your flight, this time to Livingstone and onwards to Victoria Falls area. 2 nights at Toka Leya.
Day 12: Victoria Falls themselves are a sight to behold, depending on seasonal water levels. Local activities ensure you are not leaving anything behind; river cruises, village visits, rhino tracking, Livingstone town visits and much more available.
Day 13: Departure for home today, but not before one final delicious breakfast and morning activity (time permitting). You are transferred to either Victoria Falls Airport or Livingstone Airport in time for your return flight home.



Latitude 15° is set amidst the beautiful tree-lined avenues on the south-east corner of Lusaka, 20 minutes to the city centre and 30 minutes from Kenneth Kaunda International Airport.


Anabezi luxury safari camp is situated on a ridge above the Zambezi River and stretches out into the African landscape, sheltered under the shade of a Winterthorn grove, at the edge of the stunning Zambezi floodplain.

Anabezi’s safari camp communal guest areas boast two spacious lounge and dining areas, raised above the bush on wooden decks to allow the resident game to roam naturally around the grounds. The living and dining areas stretch seamlessly towards an infinity pool that overlooks the magnificent Zambezi River, the Mushika riverbed and the wildlife that traverse its watery deltas. These shared spaces provide guests with the unique opportunity to look for game from the comfort of the lodge. As evening descends over the Lower Zambezi, the fire-pit glows, an invitation for our guests to immerse themselves in the African dusk, sharing a sundowner and stories of the bush with fellow visitors.

With activities spanning game drives both during the day and at night, river cruises and fishing, canoe trips down the quiet and secluded side channels of the main river, walks in the bush accompanied by a scout, and spectacular birding, we pride ourselves on ensuring a premium experience of the Zambezi.

Your private safari will be led by one of Anabezi’s highly qualified and experienced guiding team, with knowledge, stories, and humour unsurpassed, who will ensure your comfort, safety, and spectacular sightings throughout your stay. A state-of-the-art fleet of open safari vehicles have been adapted to guarantee a smooth ride over occasionally bumpy terrain, with a shade cover (removeable on request) and fully stocked hot and cold drinks boxes to compliment your absorbing experience in Lower Zambezi.


Situated in the most-Northern reaches of the South Luangwa National Park, Zambia a truly authentic safari experience awaits you in one of the most exclusive, remote and abundant game-viewing areas of Africa.

The lodge is built on the water’s edge amongst woodlands and some large Sausage & Mahogany Trees. Raised walkways link the main lodge to the individual suites. The lodge is unfenced and allow the wildlife to move freely though the area. The main lodge is a large open, spacious and airy thatched area with private nooks, seating areas and a pool. A well-stocked bar, real size snooker table, coffee station and a small intimate wildlife reading area form part of this offering. The openness of the lodge affords spectacular views of the plains with the constant presence of wildlife.

Game viewing during the dry season (May to October) is spectacular with lions, leopard, wild dog, large herds of elephant and buffalo, incredible bird viewing, unique Thornicroft’s Giraffe, Cookson’s Wildebeest and the Crawshay’s Zebra are but a few sightings to enjoy. Out of the dry season is also a spectacular time to visit, with lush green landscapes and new born animals dotting the area.

Lion Camp offers guided walking safaris or game drives with no more than 4 guests per activity and lead by well trained enthusiastic guides. Be your interest birds, wildlife or landscape, Lion Camp is a photographer’s dream.


Overlooking islands in the mighty Zambezi River, Toka Leya offers the perfect combination of relaxation and adventure; ideal for the beginning or end of your African safari. Morning explorations of the river, the surrounding Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park or nearby Victoria Falls can be followed by a tranquil afternoon at our spa or practicing inspired yoga on the panoramic deck of our gym.

The camp’s twelve spacious, en-suite safari-style tents (including three family tents) with expansive decks serve up the dramatic views and glimpses of wildlife. Limiting our footprint on this pristine area, wooden walkways snake between the units and the main area where the dining, bar and lounge area are complemented by an infinity pool, a sundeck for sumptuous meals and a convivial fire pit for night-time gatherings.

Toka Leya overlooks the mighty Zambezi River where hippo, crocodile and elephant are often seen, as well as an incredible diversity of birdlife. It is also centrally located in the Mosi-oa-Tunya Park which hosts species such as buffalo, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and white rhino. The occasional predator is also seen. Several sought-after bird species are found, including African finfoot, half-collared kingfisher, African skimmer (seasonal), Schalow’s turaco and rock pratincole (seasonal).

Booking terms and conditions apply.


  • Latitude 15 Hotel: airport transfers on arrival and departure, one night accommodation and breakfast
  • Anabezi Safari Camp: Transfers from/to Jeki airstrip, accommodation, meals, beverages (non-premium brand
    beverages), activities, laundry, private guide / vehicle
  • Lion Camp: Inclusive accommodation, all meals, shared game viewing activities, bar (excluding premium brands), limited laundry, sales tax, tourism levy and service charge
  • Toka Leya: FI rate includes two nights accommodation, all meals, twice daily scheduled camp activities, park fees, laundry, a guided tour of the Zambian side of The Victoria Falls, a guided tour of Livingstone town and Livingstone Museum, sunset river cruise, visit to a local African village plus local curio shops and all local drinks – excludes premium imported brands and champagne
  • Lower Zambezi National Park fees. South Luangwa National Park fees.
  • Luangwa Conservation & Community Fund Levy. Lower Zambezi Conservation Levy.
  • Local flights: Lusaka – Lower Zambezi, Lower Zambezi – South Luangwa (via Lusaka) and South Luangwa – Livingstone/Victoria Falls. All flights dependent upon seasonal scheduling and rate fluctuations. Lower Zambezi to South Luangwa flight subject to flight availability, charter costs (should a private charter be required) and possible additional overnight in Lusaka to meet available flight times.


  • International flights
  • Visas for Zambia and other entry costs
  • Premium drinks, unless specified as included
  • Gratuities and curio shop purchases
  • Private vehicle at Lion Camp: Families with child aged 10 – 12 are required to hire a private vehicle and guide. Private use of a game viewer and guide is available on request at a daily fee of USD 475.
  • Covid PCR test cost – testing to take place in Victoria Falls Airport/Livingstone area, our team will confirm details.


Anabezi Safari Camp is a dedicated supporter of Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ), contributing financially and operationally to the deployment of anti-poaching teams on the east side of the park, preserving the Zambezi’s natural ambiance for future generations.

Anabezi Safari Camp have taken active responsibility for our own greenhouse gas emissions, becoming the second safari camp in Zambia to go carbon neutral.

Lion Camp are actively involved with the Mkasanga school in the community where most of the camp staff come from. Several upliftment projects, such as supporting the development of a computer facility at the school is key to Lion Camp’s contribution to the education of these children. Items from the “Pack for a Purpose” project is also sent to the school for distribution on a regular basis.

Lion Camp also offers 24 hours electricity sustainably powered to the camp by an inverter system, charged by solar panels. Local sustainably grown produce is used for meals and an advanced water filtration system helps provide the camp with clean water.

Thanks to Toka Leya’s tree-planting project and pioneering energy-saving systems and recycling initiatives, this formerly degraded site has been rehabilitated to become a lush riverine woodland once more. The lodge (guests included) continue to plant trees, even donating to renew other sites in Zambia. Toka Leya also take pride in the community partnerships management and staff have created here, including guest visits to nearby supported communities and schools.

SUPER K9’s is a Captured In Africa tourism-funded conservation initiative to financially support anti-poaching dogs and rangers through our partners Pit-Track K9 Conservation & Anti-Poaching Unit in South Africa. For every booking Captured In Africa receives, $100 per person is contributed to the Super K9’s initiative – thank you.

None of this would be possible without your sustainable visit to Africa.


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Our team will be happy to chat to you and answer questions about your exciting trip to the African bush;

Email us: info@capturedinafrica.co.za

Chat with Paul about your trip; paul@capturedinafrica.co.za



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