Malawi and Zambia are geographically neighbors and have unique safaris; hence, share safaris experience. The
migration of animals and birds in between the two countries provides a rare scenario of what you see when you
visit both of these countries.
Zambia has few aquatic beach safaris compared to Malawi. However, it provides wonderful bird and other bush safaris to visitors. One beautiful bird sanctuary is along the road to Mongu, west of Lusaka. Luangwa Wildlife Reserve is one of the largest animal reserves in Africa stretched from north eastern to the Luangwa-Zambezi confluence in the south eastern Zambia. This wildlife reserve shares boundary, watersheds and catchment area with Vwaza, Nyika and Kasungu National Parks in the north and central western Malawi. Hence, this geographic feature provides animals and tourists an opportunity to migrate to and from Malawi and Zambia respectively.
The common bush safaris in the Luangwa Wildlife Reserve are; lions, elephants, antelopes, hyenas, leopards, buffaloes, baboons and both species of monkeys and birds especially in the areas around and near Vwaza and Nyika National Parks
Kafue National Park
South Luangwa National Park
North Luagwa National Park
Liuwa Plain National Park