Our Remote Safari Tour was designed for a mother and daughter duo from California who wanted to celebrate the daughter’s college graduation with the ultimate African wildlife experience. Because they wanted to go off the beaten path, we planned this very active remote safari tour across Zambia that allowed them to be fully immersed in nature.
They started at Mwaleshi Camp, a small, family owned camp built of natural materials that sits on a scenic bend of the Mwaleshi River. This camp is the only camp operating on the enormous North Luangwa National Park and provides an intimate and authentic safari experience perfect for those who love the outdoors. Mwaleshi Camp boasts rich wildlife and specializes in expertly guided walking tours.
Next, we flew them to nearby Chikoko Trails, which consists of two camps, the Tree Camp and Crocodile River Camp. Visitors are encouraged to stay 2-3 nights at each camp and walk between them via well-worn animal trails. The expert guides at Chikoko Trails led our clients on an intimate walking safari alongside African wildlife. Like Mwaleshi Camp, the Chikoko Trails camps are remote and blend in with their surroundings to give a sustainable and authentic safari experience.
To continue their Remote Safari Tour, our clients visited the unique and isolated Tafika Camp, located in one of the richest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. The camp is highly secluded and surrounded by exciting African wildlife such as lions, hippos, elephants, and leopards. They went on a mountain bike game drive and were able to relax at night in luxury beds covered by an open thatched building.
Finally, they arrived at the gorgeous Kapamba Camp to finish off their Remote Safari Tour in style. The camp is isolated in one of Zambia’s most vibrant parks, but offers luxurious accommodations and stunning views of the Kapamba River. They were able to witness elephants, lions, buffalo, and more crossing the river right from their cozy deck. After 3 nights of intimate wildlife encounters, their unforgettable Remote Safari Tour came to an end.