Goway Travel is expanding its Zambia product, following a 10-day exploratory trip by product manager, Kirsty Perring.
“I was completely blown away by the country, the magnificent game, the exquisite lodges and camps, the friendly and hospitable people, the mouth watering cuisine and the breathtaking scenery,” enthused Perring, who further commented that many of the travellers she encountered were third- and fourth-time visitors to the country, though a significant number were first-time visitors to Africa.
She notes the misconception that Zambia is for more experienced Africa afficionados, is just that – a misconception. It’s an ideal starting point for safari lovers looking for an unspoilt and spectacular wilderness. Zambia celebrated its 50th year of independence on Oct. 24, 2014, and is a safe, diverse, safari destination with an abundance of wildlife. Pioneer of the walking safari, there is no better place to experience this than in the South Luangwa National Park.
Goway offers a nine-day trip which offers an “up close and personal” encounter with the prolific game found there, courtesy of the local guides expertise and knowledge. The Zambia Walking Safari starts at $5,516 and guests get to stay at two of the six intimate and exclusive Bushcamp Company camps as well as enjoying two nights at the award-winning Mfuwe Lodge.
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