The perfect wildlife and fishing combo safari
Our Lower Zambezi Fishing Safari is an awesome combination of fantastic wildlife, good tiger fishing and superb camp accommodation. Every year, as the temperatures rise in the Lower Zambezi, so the tigerfishing gets better and better. We book out a camp inside the park – either Potato Bush camp or Tusk and Mane Flycamps for groups of 8 – 10 during October and November and from here, guests get to enjoy some of the best of Africa’s wildlife in conjunction with great fishing.
What you will love about the Lower Zambezi:
A standout feature of all the tents would be their unsurpassed views of the Zambezi River and their spacious, airy design.
The Lower Zambezi is one of Africa’s most thrilling safari regions and definitely one of Africa’s most scenic wildernesses, home to an impressive quantity and variety of wildlife.
Guests will have the opportunity to view game on foot, in canoes, on game drives, boat cruises. Fishing are also on offer.
Brief Safari Overview: Day 1 – 5
Your Lower Zambezi Fishing Safari experience begins with a flight to Lusaka (not included in this package) where you will be met by our charter representatives for a flight to Jeki Airstrip and transferred by road and boat to either Tusk and Mane Camp or Potato Bush Camp where you will spend the next 4 or 5 nights experiencing the best in Lower Zambezi tiger fishing and hospitality.
*The route shown above is for guests coming from Johannesburg. This can change as per request.
Other safari activities on offer
The best part about this safari is the location of the camps being inside the Lower Zambezi National Park and therefore, the fishing and wildlife encounters are far superior to those venues way above and outside the Park and all park fees are included in the price. In addition to this, directly opposite the camps is Mana Pools National Park and therefore, you have protected wildlife land and fishing waters both up and downstream from camp and on both sides of the river. Included in the rates are all game drives, canoe safaris, bush walks and boat cruises. At any point, you simply need to speak to your hosts and arrange these activities if you wish to do these instead of fishing.