Zambia boasts 17 magnificent waterfalls, including the Victoria Falls. These are among the most spectacular waterfalls in the world. The Zambezi river, which is more than 2 km wide at this point, plunges noisily down a series of basalt gorges and raises an iridescent mist that can be seen more than 20 km away.
Zambia’s National Parks and game reserves include South Luangwa, North Luangwa, Kafue, Lower Zambezi, Sumbu, Lochinvar, Nyika, Sioma Ngwezi, Kasanka, Bangweulu Floodplains, Liuwa Plains, Mosi-oa-Tunya, Luambe and Blue Lagoon. These National Parks and Game Reserves are largely untamed and visitors to these parks should be well prepared with a 4x4, sufficient drinking water and fuel.
Adventure Activities abound here from the legendary Walking Safari deep in the wilderness, to river rafting, abseiling and canoeing safaris.
Victoria Falls offers hiking trails, a craft market and museum, Livingstone Island, Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park and Mukuni cultural village.
Lake Kariba’s scenery is spectacular, offering bird watching, game viewing, house boating and some of the best Kapenta and Tiger fishing.
The Zambezi River provides a myriad of water sports and game viewing opportunities, as well as fishing and many adventure-packed activities and tours.
Game viewing in Zambia offers true untamed African wilderness, go on a guided walking safari, it’s the best way to experience this pristine wilderness first hand.
All visitors entering Zambia must hold a passport that is valid for at least 6 months. Visas are required for certain countries. Please contact your nearest travel agents for up-to-date information regarding this.
Zambia’s currency is the Kwacha. Visa, MaterCard, American Express, Diners Club and credit cards are accepted at most places.
What to bring:
Vaccinations for cholera, tetanus and yellow fever are advised. Malaria precautions, insect repellents, first aid kit and sun block. Zambia has mild winters and the summer days can get quite hot.