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Our travel experts enjoy sharing their experiences and knowledge with you, we have some amazing places you can have a look at below while you plan your next leisure or Safari holiday.

Lower Zambezi Trip

The Voyagers team recently visited the Lower Zambezi National Park. Given the current situation, it is probably worth letting everyone know about the experience on a door-to-door basis as travel is a bit different from years gone by. The team left Ndola as a party of four, two adults and two children…

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Solo Ski Traveller

So, Travel is shut down…… but not for long and it is time to start dreaming. The winter 2021 and 2022 season promises a lot. I for one cannot wait to hit the slopes, savour Fluhalp, toast life in the Hennu Stall, drink in the views and seek out the elusive Bombardino next year. This Voyagers Traveller…

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Voyagers® Brings Snake Awareness to Our Staff

At Voyagers® we believe in protecting the land around us and preserving the natural bush around our offices. Our Voyagers® Rentals Limited (https://www.europcarzambia.com/) office at The Grove in Lusaka is located near the airport which is less urbanised than Lusaka city. We aim to look after the…

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Frequently Asked Questions About Travelling to Zambia

Whether it’s your first time to Zambia or whether you’re coming back again to visit, it’s always important to stay up to date with what’s happening in Zambia in terms of visa requirements, travel arrangements, exchange rates, climate, etc. Here is a list of our 20 most frequently asked questions: …

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Zambian Bucket List for Locals

Of course we’ve all heard of the major tourist attractions in Zambia such as Victoria Falls, Kafue National Park, South Luangwa National Park and Lower Zambezi National Park, but Zambia has so much more to offer! The hidden gems below should be on every local Zambian’s bucket list to truly say they’ve…

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Kasanka Bat Migration

They're coming in their millions... Are you ready? Between October and December each year, about 10 million straw-coloured fruit bats descend into a tiny patch of evergreen swamp forest inside https://kasankanationalpark.com/bat-migration/#map, Northern Zambia. This natural phenomenon…

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12 Rules When Visiting a National Park in Zambia

1. Do not get out of the vehicle Wild animals can be dangerous, especially predators. You’re better off and safer staying in the vehicle and just viewing the animals through a pair of binoculars or using your camera. If you are on a game drive with a guide, they are likely to let you get out of…

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The Big Five & The Little Five

THE BIG FIVE The name “Big Five” originally stemmed from these five animals being the most demanded animals for trophy hunters to find and they were also seen as the top five most dangerous animals in Africa. However, we believe that the only ‘shooting’ that should be done to these animals…

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Wildlife Conservation in Zambia

What is wildlife conservation? Wildlife conservation is the practice of protecting wild plant and animal species and their habitats. The goal of wildlife conservation is to ensure that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy and appreciate. This can be done through careful management…

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8 Tips for Surviving a Long-Haul Flight

A long-haul flight is a flight that covers a large distance and is usually several hours in duration. These flights usually involve crossing oceans or large land masses, and may include several stopovers. Long-haul flights can be tiring and uncomfortable, so it's important to plan ahead and make sure…

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Top 5 Places to Visit in Zambia

So you’re thinking about coming to visit Zambia? Or you’ve already booked your flights to come and experience our beautiful country? Great choice! Now the big question… Where are the best places to go to in Zambia whilst you’re here? Well, you’ve come to the right place to find out. Voyagers®…

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10 Things to Bring On Your Zambian Safari

You have your safari to Zambia booked, so what’s next? Deciding what to pack is a daunting task! But don’t worry, Voyagers® Zambia is here to guide you. With 35 years of experiencing the Zambian bush, we are confident that we know what essentials to pack! Here are 10 things to bring with you…

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10 Reasons to Book with Voyagers

Many customers are unaware of the opportunities they miss out on when they travel without using a travel agent. Voyagers can help you in a lot ways, including the ones listed below. {1} 1. Better choice The Voyagers travel agents are privy to inside information regarding the best times to visit…

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5 Easy Steps to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint When Travelling

Producing vs. Reducing Before we start talking about reducing our carbon footprint, it’s important to know what we are producing. The term “carbon footprint” refers to the amount of greenhouse gases – and specifically carbon dioxide – emitted by our activities during a given period of time. …

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Top 10 Animals You Can Expect to See When You Visit Zambia

Zambia is one of the most exquisite countries in the world to view wildlife, especially the Big Five (leopard, lion, elephant, rhino and buffalo). There are 20 national parks in the country that boast thousands of animal and plant species that you can’t find just anywhere. Below you can read about…

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South Luangwa National Park and Mfuwe Lodge

The Voyagers team has once again been on the road with a weekend escape to the South Luangwa National Park. The South Luangwa National Park has long been the jewel in the crown of Zambia’s natural heritage. A magnificent national park established in 1972 but in existence as a game reserve since 1938.…

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