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Zambia not only holds geographical importance in Africa, but also an abundance of stunning scenery, remarkable wildlife and fascinating colonial and tribal history. It is a vast country of natural landmarks, including the Victoria Falls and several of the continents finest National Parks, including Kafue and South Luangwa. Zambia offers fantastic hiking and also provides opportunities for intimate and meaningful community projects and cultural exchanges.
Recommended trip: Our suggested itineraries are based on personal recommendation and can be tailored to suit your school and group.


Recommended projects:

Zambia: Rural School Development

Zambian school children trying out climbing frame
  • Destination: Zambia
  • When to go: Jan to Dec
  • Duration: 4-6 days

Help create an inspirational learning and recreational environment for school children in Zambia, with fantastic opportunities to become immersed within the local community.

Zambia: Active Wildlife Conservation

Animal footprints in the sand
  • Destination: Zambia
  • When to go: Jun to Jul
  • Duration: 3-6 days

This valuable project in Luambe National Park offer pupils a chance to study wildlife, learn about conservation and collect and record data from camera tracks, in order to improve wildlife numbers in the park.


Recommended locations:


Map highlighting Livingstone and Victoria Falls

Located ten kilometres from Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River, the city sprang up after the Victoria Falls Bridge was constructed in 1904 and was named in honour of David Livingstone, the first…

South Luangwa National Park

Hippo partly submerged in green swamp in the Luangwa

South Luangwa National Park in eastern Zambia is the southernmost of three national parks in the Luangwa River valley and is a world-renowned wildlife haven. Unmissable sights include dambos bursting…

Victoria Falls

Cascading Victoria Falls with rainbow

The spectacle of Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world, never fails to amaze. As tons of water crashes into the Batoka Gorge, it’s easy to see why the locals call it the…