The birdlife in South Luangwa National Park is phenomenal. The park boasts more than 450 species and you can see more than 100 in one day!
I am not really into birds, but found myself checking off some of these (with some help from the safari guide 😉): African fish eagle, kingfishers, golden waever, southern ground hornbill, herons, bee-eater, lilac breaster roller, merops nubicoides. It got my interest, but lions and leopards are still number one. Sorry birdies, you are beautiful though.
Zambia’s charms are many and varied – this landlocked southern African country is home not only to the jaw-dropping Victoria Falls but also has even more seriously impressive natural sights. Zambia invites you to experience true adventure, exploring parks on foot, hearing the sounds of the bush and being drenched by spray from the Falls. The sheer scale and purity of Zambia’s natural wonders makes it an exceptional safari destination, yet many of its national parks are scarcely visited still.