To experience wildlife, there is no better place than African safaris. Among so many safari options in the African countries, Zambia is the least chosen place by tourists. However, this place offers the best experience and multiple points to watch and enjoy the wildlife.

Ker and Downey’s initiative of providing the tourists a 10-day itinerary private trip, will not only increase tourists’ footfall, but it will also be one of the best ways for a rejuvenating and unwinding trip for everyone.

The marketing and product manager at Ker and Downey Africa, Lisa Nel, explains that this trip will be a private and protected experience, where the tourists will spend their 10 days in luxury villas, experiencing wildlife camping, and taking tours with private guides in reserved vehicles. In short, this trip would be a one-of-a-kind safari experience, which will give you feels of home away from home. You will surely make lifetime memories with your loved ones, away from crowds.

The whole trip will be centered on the majestic Zambezi River. The grand trip starts with a helicopter ride. You will be taken over from Victoria Falls to land at Royal Chundu Zambezi Island lodge, which is also reachable by boat from the main lodge. The island has four grand, luxurious villas, decorated with elegant décor and the blue theme gives it a royal ambiance.

The guests can explore the place by taking a canoe or boat ride, and as they pass by the banks of a river, they will be able to see a herd of elephants, hippos, and crocodiles in their natural habitat.

The next stop for the 10 days trip will be at Sanctuary Sussi and Chuma, which is 7 and a half miles upriver from Victoria Falls in Mosi-oa-Tunya National park. Here you will have two options for a stay. Either you opt for a two-room guesthouse with a pool or you can have an adventure in one of the 12 tree houses.

During this tour, you will spend your days indulging in various memorable activities that will leave a mark, including river cruising, fishing, whitewater rafting, exploration of wildlife via game drives, and much more.

The organization is not only trying its best to create a lifetime experience for visiting tourists, but it is also working with local Nakatindi Village and School for philanthropy works.

Plan your next trip here and have a blast in the arms of nature where you will not only experience a rejuvenating and relaxing tour, but close contact with wildlife will add to your experience.