Wild N’ Beyond Safaris offers versatility in experiences - by that, we mean that we go beyond our borders too. James has built up many a rapport with clients who like personal travel in other parts of Africa. There is opportunity to be taken, to journey on further outside of Zambia on tailor-made packages. James will ensure that your entire experience is top quality and will focus on your personal interests when electing the best destination. In order to enhance your safari, we are also happy to help you deal with reservations, and book lodging and activities as an add-on service.

Walking Safari

A blend of safari experiences can keep your senses alight. Mix it up with luxury, rustic camps and camps that can encompass both. Evoking a feeling of authentic travels makes this safari a mixture of many worlds whilst keeping with quality dining, fine accommodation, bespoke service, and high-level guiding. The variety brings your safari to life! We can focus your experience on being out on foot exploring the wilderness, walking safaris or driving safaris - any combination is possible!


If you want to get off the beaten track and explore varied ecosystems, then Zambia is a dream holiday! We have crafted three focused area trips that will showcase some of Zambia's finest bird species, and at the same time, a chance to see its diverse wildlife and habitats. A blended trip that incorporates different times of year and varied bird species.


Explore some of Africa’s least travelled places and seek out some extremely rare and special wildlife. This combination gives you a phenomenal experience of deep rainforest, tree lions and the open plains with so much in-between. A tailor-made package to optimise what these two fascinating countries can give.


Exceptional packages for exceptional people. Our returning guests (and first-time guests too) are always on the lookout for new and exciting destinations and experiences. Our tailor-made trips can include the traditonal as well as the bespoke. We put your interests at the forefront, and we will advise you on the best fit.Tailor-made Safaris incorporate special interests such as Photographic, Walking, Birding, and Family safaris. Our extensive experience in the travel industry also means that we will always ensure your personal requirements are met.


Zambia will forever be known as the home of the walking safari. A truly immersive experience as the sound of your feet trekking quietly through the wilderness, take you on a story through the natural world. Possibly following a trail of a big cat or elephant, learning of ancient traditions and folklores of the African bush. There truly can not be as special a way to do safari than on foot in one of the wildest places on earth. The slow-paced steps through the wild, viewing wildlife in safe proximity, you really are for a brief moment, a part of all that there is around you. Taking in the smells, tastes, and views of an ancient world. These are focused experiences geared towards your adventurous side of exploring fantastic areas of the South Luangwa National Park. Rustic camps set-up to provide comfort after exploring the land through the day, to sit down by the fire, and talk under the stars, about the day’s journey.

There is an option to be privately guided by James or a none private guided experience. They will include all domestic flights, accommodation, meals, local drinks, activities, national park fees and government charges.

Exclusions will be international flights, staff tips, and personal items such as souvenirs. Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees as well as airline imposed increase in flight rates which may lead to higher costs.

Day 1

Overnight Lusaka

Day 2-9

South Luangwa NP

Day 9

Overnight Lusaka


Zambia has often been left unchartered in the world of birding but lately it is being noticed for a truly special destination for birders and naturalists wanting to experience a different view of this wonderful country. There is a diverse array of habitat and life to explore through Zambia and we have chosen to focus on a few areas to intensely view specials of the areas and immerse ourselves in some of the most gorgeous landscapes that indeed have been unexplored for too long.

From well-known specials such as the Pel’s Fishing Owl, African Finfoot, Zambian Barbet, Black-cheeked Lovebird to little known Vermiculated Fishing Owl, Spot-breasted Ibis, Blue Malkoha, Shining-Blue Kingfisher and many more. There is variety in three focused areas as we travel by road to varying locations.

The rate includes, private guiding with James, accommodation, meals, park fees, government fees, vehicle, internal flights were applicable.

The rate excludes international flights, some drinks, tips, personal items. Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees may lead to higher costs.


Day 1

Overnight Lusaka

Day 2-7

Kalwelwa, Mwinilunga

Day 7-9

Mutanda Camp

Day 9-12

Nsobe Camp

Day 12

Overnight Lusaka


Day 1-3


Day 4-6

Choma, Musuku Lodge

Day 7-9

Lower Zambezi, Gwabi Camp

Day 10

Overnight Lusaka


Day 1

Overnight Lusaka

Day 2

Mkushi, Forest Inn

Day 3-5

Kasanka NP, Wasa Lodge

Day 6-7

Bangweulu Swamps

Day 8-11

Mutinondo Wilderness

Day 12

Chisamba, Fringilla




Exploring the impenetrable forests of Bwindi spending time with a Gorilla family, seeing Chimpanzee and Colobus Monkeys. Stunning landscapes of the Albertine Rift, through the emerald green mountains.

Kibale National Park

Visiting the Chimpanzee’s and other primates such as rare sightings of L’Hoests and Ugandan Red Colobus monkeys in Kibale National Park.

Murchison Falls National Park

Heading through the Murchison Falls National Park, named after the cascading water flowing through the middle of the park with 40m high gorge cutting its way through the earth. This is the Victoria Nile as it heads onwards north.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Another wonderful destination is the Queen Elizabeth National Park to find the famous tree lions of the Ishasha Sector, providing a great safari destination to blend with the forests of Uganda.


Zakouma National Park

In one of the least known and visited parts of Northern Africa, lies Zakouma. Protected by African Parks, the most successful NGO in Africa, has brought back a wildlife spectacle. It is the closest ‘Big 5’ destination to Europe and with such minimal tourism is a fantastic spot to explore and have an exclusive experience on safari. From huge flocks of Northern Grey Crowned Cranes (one of the best protected areas for them in the world) to lions, and various antelope species, this is a place you do not want to miss.


One of the essences of safari is getting in touch with the natural world and experiencing the splendors of what each day has to offer. This safari is a blend of comfortable rustic beauty and the heart of the wildlife safari. Both properties are owner run by passionate people who are driven to protect the natural world and bring it to their guests in the true way of bygone eras.

Jeffery and McKeith run two camps in the Kafue National Park that are Musekese Camp, their flagship, and Ntemwa Camp on the southern section of the famous Busanga plains. They are intimate tented and grass reed structures, reminiscent of traditional safaris. Their link with conservation makes a part of the contribution with staying at these camps going back into the protection of the wildlife and ecosystems.

Tusk and Mane also offer two camps with the possibility of a sleep out on another site and these camps are on the banks of the beautiful Zambezi River. In the rooms you can open the blinds, so you see a 360-degree view of your surrounds and the possibility of wildlife visitors outside are a common occurrence.  A real drive for traditional wildlife experiences that focus on what guests want in an incredibly scenic environment.

The diversity of activities gives this an experience that will offer a range of stimulation. The Kafue National Park is Zambia’s largest and one of Africa’s largest National Parks and the two camps are in two very different ecosystems. From the waters of the Kafue River, walking the grassland of the Eden lagoon and surrounds to the vast majestic beauty of the awestriking Busanga Plains in the north of the park there is a variety to do by boat, on foot or just staying with the vehicle and soaking it all in.

The Lower Zambezi National Park is a part of a special ecosystem on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, one of the most beautiful of Zambia’s National Parks. Here there is so much to offer rich in large wildlife and small, on the water or on land you can experience many in a variety of different ways. Take to the water by boat, drift through the channels or main river by canoe or walk the stunning Winterthorn (Faidherbia albida) groves and by vehicle watch many a scene unfolds before you.

Your trip with us will include private guiding by James, all domestic flights, accommodation, meals, local drinks, activities, national park fees and government charges.

Exclusions will be international flights, staff tips, and personal items such as souvenirs. Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees as well as airline imposed increase in flight rates which may lead to higher costs. 

Day 1

Overnight Lusaka

Day 2-5

Musekese Camp, Kafue NP

Day 5-8

Ntemwa Camp, Busanga Kafue NP

Day 8-11

Kutali Camp, Lower Zambezi NP

Day 11-14

Chula Island Camp, Lower Zambezi NP

Day 14