True wilderness safaris in Zambia 


Zambia, a country with a land mass in excess of 750,000 square kilometres - roughly the size of France, Switzerland, Austria and Hungary combined – and only approximately eight million people. It remains one of the finest hunting grounds in Central Africa as this nation boasts unspoilt natural beauty and a profusion of wildlife. Unrivalled in its wildlife variety, Zambia is home to more than 700 species of birds and over 100 species of mammals including Lion, Leopard, Elephant and Buffalo. 


Hunting is strictly controlled by the Zambia Wildlife Authority and is undertaken in varied locations throughout Zambia according to the species of animal sought and the government-allocated quotas. 

Most hunting concessions cover areas in excess of 4,000 square kilometres and are largely adjacent to National Parks. This provides increased opportunities for exceptional trophies and unique photography. You will find a wide variety of terrain within the hunting concessions: thick-wooded forests, open woodlands with rolling hills, ridges and valleys interspersed with open grasslands and lush dambos

This outstanding hunting block has 70km of prime river frontage with the North Luangwa National Park and is known for its excellent trophy quality. The 2015 season saw numerous buffalo taken over 40 inches including several 44 inches and one 48 inches which is a Zambian top 5 trophy. With the opening of leopard in 2015 with 100% success on trophy tom leopard and the opening of lion in 2016, Wild Tradition and its partner in Zambia look forward to another highly successful season.

Brand new camps were built on the Luangwa River giving hunters the choice between a grass thatch traditional camp or a luxuary safari tented camp, both camps offer the international hunter elegant luxury with top quality meals, staff and award winning professional hunters.

To experience this authentic African hunting adventure in the Luangwa Valley in Zambia, please feel free to contact me at to discuss all details


Kind regards and all the best


Constantin Weinberger