Welcome to Wild N' Beyond, where safety and knowledge meet unforgettable safari adventures. Join private safari guide James Duncan-Anderson as he takes you to wild and unique places across Zambia's national parks, or other African countries. Experience the best wildlife sightings and choose from our wild packages or tailor-made options. Book now or contact us for more destinations. Discover the untamed beauty of Zambia with Wild N' Beyond.





Wild N' Beyond Safaris offers an opportunity to fall in love with a truly iconic world. Private guide James will show you how wilderness and passion blend into one uniquely unforgettable experience of Africa’s natural wonders. James will enhance your experience and provide a professional adventure that will take your breath away.



Busanga Plains

Here lies a place like no other, open, wet and wild for as far as the eye can see. A true wildnerness.

Unspoiled nature

Zambia’s oldest National Park revels in solitude, with a feeling of an early explorer.

Wildlife diversity

Here lies the home to the highest number of birds and large mammal species in Zambia.

Canoe Safari

Nothing is as tranquil as a drift down the river in a sublime environment.

Zambezi River

One of Africa’s most beautiful rivers ebbs its way through a stunning panorama.

Landscape Wonders

Quite possibly one of the most beautiful parks around, with fantastic wildlife.

Black Rhinocerus

This amazing animal is on the brink of disaster but here they have truly fought against the odds and thriving. A special place to possibly see an ancient giant.


Often revered as one of the most remote national parks in Zambia, a real feeling of being on your own as an intrepid explorer walking the African plains

On foot

Quite possibly the finest walking area in Zambia if not Africa. Originally created purely for walking safaris the opportunity of encounters on foot with relaxed wildlife is common.

Walking safari

Here lies the home of Africa’s walking safari.

Wildlife variety

On land and in the air a spectacle of assortment roams here. A high density of wildlife abounds.

Beautiful Scenery

The vistas that surround you and the experiences to be had within are spectacular.


From adrenaline to relaxation there is a variety of adventure to be found.

Natural Wonder

To see one of the natural wonders of the world in all its thunderous glory.


A historical town filled with stories and sites that echo across the Zambezi.

Gnu Migration Liuwa NP

Zambia’s oldest conserved area of vastness and beauty. Brings the second largest wildebeest migration in Africa

Bat Migration Kasanka NP

A true gem within Zambia of birds, bats and Sitatunga off the beaten track. The straw-coloured fruit bat migration is the largest mammal migration on the planet

The Shoebill Bangwelu NP

The stunning wetlands of mist and water brings alive the prehistoric Shoebill and the herds of thousands of black lechwe

Mutinondo Wilderness

Relaxation and beauty in amongst a unique woodland type. Walking the Mutinondo, swimming in the streams a real highlight.

Luambe NP

Sandwiched between two bigger cousins, this small national park will blow you away. Low vehicle density provide a truly exclusive safari.

Lake Kariba

One of the worlds largest man-made lakes brings the African wild to the waters edge in surreal beauty.

Africa House & Hot Springs

Taking you back to a bygone era steeped in history. From beautiful surrounding waters, hot springs to the historic hundred year plus house, a plethora of culture.



Zambia has a fairly temperate climate and runs with a dry season and a wet season with a short snap of cold weather in between that is felt more depending on the altitude that you are travelling at. The middle of the dry season between mid-September to early November can get very hot, with temperatures in the lower altitudes can reach 45 °C (113 °F). With this in mind, and the type of experience that you would like, please read some more tips of the best times to come

Be prepared for dusty roads, dramatic changes in temperatures in a single day and little luggage allowance when flying on bush planes. Leave your evening wear at home, dress casually in neutral colours for optimum camouflage. Don't forget those binoculars, hats, cameras and chargers. Have a look at our ultimate safari packing list to stay comfortable and safe on your African safari.

There are plenty of ways to traverse Zambia. Whether by air, pre-organized transfer or private vehicle, here’s our guide to navigating the various transport systems available in this Southern African nation.

The correct travel documents are always essential for travelling. Zambia's immigration rules and regulations for tourists are straightforward and only require a minimum amount of preparation. Please read through the additional immigration information thoroughly and make sure to read up on the additional websites mentioned as immigration rules are always subject to sudden changes.

The Zambian currency is known as the Zambian Kwacha (ZMW) which fluctuates quite regularly and is not generally available for purchase outside Zambia. The most useful currency to bring is US dollars. For more tips, when it comes to currency, on what to bring with on your visit to Zambia, you can find out more by clicking the link below.

Many of the health problems experienced by travellers cannot be prevented by vaccinations and other measures need to be taken. These include food and water safety, accident prevention, care with sun exposure, avoiding insect bites and animal bites, and practicing good respiratory hygiene. Keep healthy during your time in Zambia with the information provided.

Travel Insurance covers medical expenses, financial default of travel suppliers, and other losses incurred while traveling internationally. Temporary travel insurance can usually be arranged at the time of the booking of a trip to cover exactly the duration of that trip. For peace of mind when traveling to Zambia please read more.

Access to WiFi and the coverage of cell phone network are ever increasing on the African continent. Lodges more often than not will have WiFi and/or cellphone signal. Bushcamps are less likely to have either or. Why not unplug and enjoy a technology detox while out on safari.

A safari is not only a chance to explore the flora and fauna of Africa, it is also a culinary experience of flavoursome dishes, both local and international. Made by skilled hands and served with Africa's warm hospitality. Chefs will go to the ends of the world to serve you refreshing beverages and great food.

Your guide is the key

James was lucky enough to have grown up in the wilderness and has been guiding in Southern Africa for just over 16 years. He brings with him a huge passion for the natural world and an encyclopedic knowledge of Zambia's fauna and flora. Walking trails have always been very close to his heart entwined with a love for birding, photography and attentiveness to tracks and signs created by wildlife.


By choosing a safari with Wild N' Beyond, you are contributing to the protection and welfare of some of the few remaining wilderness areas on the African continent. Our passion to protect, educate and sustain the ecosystems of Zambia is twinned with our choices of destinations and wildlife zones.


Local knowledge and expertise is invaluable and it is our pleasure to bring our knowledge together to enhance your safari experience. Wild N' Beyond is not just about a simple experience but by deepening the knowledge and going further than the usual safari to encompass greater exposure to walking, birding, photography and personal touch going beyond the borders of the norm.