Fauna, Flora & Magnificent Wildlife
Zambia is the spiritual home of the walking safari. Explore the wonders of the Zambezi on foot as one of our experienced guides takes you through the park, introducing you to different types of fauna, flora and some of the world’s most magnificent wildlife.
A walking safari, the concept of which was pioneered in Zambia under the great Norman Carr, is an opportunity to understand the complex ecosystem of the bush and provides an insight into the lives of the smaller animals in the park. Accompanied by a professional, National Parks Wildlife Officer, learn from our guides about the medicinal uses of trees, herbs, and plants, the stories of the bush and ancient fables of Southern Africa. Follow the tracks of genet and civet, and perhaps even lion… Zambia is one of the last places where this can be truly appreciated and enjoyed.
How long is a walking trip?
Our walking trips usually last between two to three hours, and cover around 4km. You may enjoy a walking trip at any time of the day, but we suggest a morning walk due to the afternoon heat.
Are we protected?
Anabezi has gone to great lengths to make sure you’re looked after. With trained guides to lead the trip, and a Zambia Wildlife Authority armed escort, your safety is top of mind.
How well do our guides know the area?
Having grown up along the Zambezi River, our guides truly call the area, home. With a vast knowledge of the wildlife, birdlife and plant life, you’ll not only learn about the plains of the Lower Zambezi National Park now, but in past years too.