If the bride-to-be is game for big adventure and looking for a once in a lifetime hen party experience then the Zambia Big Cat Safari offers a dream pre-wedding celebration adventure.
This week long safari adventure offers a combination of safari glamping experiences in some unforgettable locations including the banks of the Zambezi River. This is perhaps the ultimate in safari experiences as you will be immersed in the bush environment and get to experience the majesty of Africa and her star attractions.
Zambia’s wildlife really is something to behold, during your safari activities there is a seemingly never endingly rich and diverse eco system, wildebeest, wild dogs, hyenas, zebra, giraffes, and of course 'The Big Five' (lions, elephants, rhinoceros, leopards, buffalo). This is a photographers dream and anyone who enjoys taking pictures will be in the element.
Of course for animal lovers this is possibly as good as it gets, up close and personal with these African icons in a timeless setting.
Your first location on this seven day package will be the wide open vistas of the Liuwa Plain grasslands in a mobile camp designed to fit seamlessly into the eco-system. For three nights the hen party will sleep in bow tents complete with hot showers and flushing loos (not always common living out in the bush). The camp has a central open dining tent and meals are enjoyed al fresco as you watch the savannah sunset dip beneath African skies.
Four nights on the banks of the Zambezi River at Potato Bush Camp offers spacious luxury tents complete with en-suite bathrooms with basins, twin showers and even a full sized bath tub standing on four claws. Each tent has a balcony, private lunge pool and 2-person hammock. This is a once in a lifetime location that will create memories the bride will cherish for a lifetime with incredible accommodation that really is as magical as it sounds.
Of course modern hunters welcomed into the Lower Zambezi National Park go shooting with cameras rather than anything likely to do harm to the local inhabitants. The Lower Zambesi is a picture perfect location and skilled guides will safely get you close enough to the action to really get a feel for the spectacular wildlife which is in great abundance in this part of Africa. Of course there is still work to be done to completely restore previous population figures but eco-tourism is playing a massive part in turning the tide.
Local stars of the safari include;
There are a number of activities on offer at the two locations including;
Superb leopard encounters often happen right up close to the camp. You really will be living in the heart of the African savannah.
For enquiries on any of our safari packages you can contact our team today.