Zambia Safari - 4 Days Kiboko South Luangwa Marula Lodge Experience
625.00 US $ p/p
Marula Lodge Chalet accommodation
Min. of 2 passengers are required for the departure.
Transport to and from the park in comfortable safari vehicles, dedicated crew, accommodation in chalets indicated (based on two people sharing), meals, game/ night drives operated by Marula, National Park entrance fees.
Entry Visas to Malawi and Zambia*
* Visa Zambia: For most nationalities a Zambian visa can be arranged at the border for 50 USD, please be advised that at the Zambian border only cash USD is accepted. For some nationalities a visa cannot be obtained at the border, but needs to be arranged in advance. For more information about the visa regulations, please contact your closest Zambian embassy. If required, Kiboko can also inform you on the current regulations.
This was one of the most memorable experiences of my life. Everything was excellent and exceeded all expectations, what a great crew, location and safari.
Highlight: The trips to the park, lions mating, giraffes everything!!!!!!
Lilian M. (6th May 2016)
Mathews was amazing, knowledgeable guide, so friendly and informative very appreciated.
Highlight: Game drives!! Food was also delicious and chefs were very accommodating.
Susan D. (6th May 2016)
There were many highlights and the guide was really interested in giving as many highlights as possible.
Sigrid L. (2nd May 2016)
Great time, main complaint that night drives start for late, should start at 3 pm with 2.5 hours of day light before sundown and then after dark. Not 4 pm.
Highlight: the animals, leopard + elephants.
Reply Kiboko: We have taken note that you rather would like the night drive to start earlier. However is the duration of the drive more than 4 hours. If we make it longer we are afraid that our guest will complain about the drives being to long.
Adam K. (2nd May 2016)
It was a great experience seeing all sorts of animals and birds and I got to see the warthogs which are my favorite and a lioness in the night drive..
Highlight: Staying in the tent by the river and seeing/hearing the hippos was amazing. Also all the nature surrounding the camp site and the staff are awesome thanks to the general manager for being a great host.
Jimmy Paul N. (1st May 2016)
I thoroughly enjoyed my whole experience. There is nothing I would change.
Highlight: The wildlife in particular the two pairs of mating lions we viewed over the two days.
Ryan McC. (28th April 2016)
Everyone is very friendly & knowledgeable! Mathews is a wonderful guide- he knows so much about all the species living in the park & works hard to find the animals you want to see.
Highlight: Too hard to pick ,just one thing: lions hunting, the sundown on the water, just seeing all these beautiful things.
Monica B. (21st April 2016)
Great place, good value, perhaps provide a breakdown of costs to choose more/less safaris each day/stay. Thomas was Great!!
Highlight: Hippos eating by the tent at night seeing many animals.
Aaron M. (15th April 2016)
Fantastic experience all around. The staff were reliable, skilled, friendly and committed to creating a great safari experience. Thomas is incredibly knowledgeable.
Highlight: Seeing the lioness and Lions.
Nerida M. (15th April 2016)
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Zambia Safari 4 Days Kiboko South Luangwa Marula Lodge Experience
Stay in the chalets of Marula Lodge, the closest camp to the main entrance gate of the South Luangwa National Park.
The comfortable, affordable chalets provide the perfect heaven for your Zambian safari getaway! On the outer perimeter of the camp, each chalet has just enough seclusion to make you feel at home with the chance to “put your feet up” between busy game viewing drives.
Stretching over 9000 square kilometers, the lifeline of the park is the silent but mighty Luangwa River. The park contains over 100 species of mammals including lion, leopard, buffalo, Thornicroft giraffe, Cookson wildebeest, zebra, elephant and hippo.
Travel through the African bush and open grass plains in your quest to observe animals in their natural environment. Experience untouched wilderness, extensive wild and birdlife, and capture the true feeling of Africa.