Zambia shares the mighty Zambezi River with its neighbour Zimbabwe. The world’s largest waterfall, the beautiful Victoria Falls, draws visitors to its shores throughout the year. The river plays host to canoe safaris, sunset cruises and satisfies adrenaline seeking whitewater rafters.
Last updated: 8 April 2018
Landlocked Zambia is a land of diverse wildlife and rugged and isolated landscapes. Zambia is as good a safari destination as any of the other Southern African wildlife hotspots, with almost one-third of its huge land area under national park curatorship. Here the Big Five roam free in the Savana grasslands, along with an abundance of zebra, giraffe and antelope.
Houseboats gently glide across the waters of Lake Kariba, the largest manmade lake in Africa, and fishermen ply their trade on the banks of Lake Tanganyika, the world’s second largest lake.
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