Zambia, known as the “true Africa,” is a captivating destination located in the heart of southern Africa. Its vast grassy plains, savannahs, forests, and bush landscapes create a stunning natural setting that attracts travelers time and again.

The iconic Zambezi River, considered a lifeline, flows through the country, and at the world-famous Victoria Falls, it cascades into the canyon, creating a spectacular display of water. Discovered by David Livingstone in the 19th century, the falls are a must-see attraction. Exploring the Zambezi River area can be done through exhilarating activities such as helicopter flights over the falls, canoeing trips, or serene sundowner cruises.

Kafue and South Luangwa National Parks are among the largest nature reserves in Africa, offering an incredible variety of wildlife. Visitors can observe elephants, hippos, zebras, wildebeest, hyenas, giraffes, leopards, and many other fascinating animals in their natural habitats.

Zambia caters to all kinds of travelers, from rustic tent camps and adventurous mobile safaris to exclusive luxury lodges, ensuring a unique African experience for every taste and budget. The warmth and hospitality of the Zambian people are unmatched, promising visitors an unforgettable time in Africa.

Here are some additional interesting facts about Zambia:

  • Size: 752,614 square kilometers
  • Population: 19.6 million people
  • Official Language: English
  • Currency: Zambian Kwacha
  • Climate: Ranging from Mediterranean to sub-tropical
  • Visa: For most visitors, a visa can be obtained upon arrival at the airport. Please feel free to contact us for further information!
  • Health Requirements: a yellow fever vaccination may be required.
  • Other: Zambia follows left-hand traffic rules.

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