Zambia Travel Guide
The land of the legendary African walking safari is located in south-central Africa. This beautiful country is blessed with the wild Zambezi river, a big wildlife and Victoria Falls (one of the seven wonders of the world). Zambia is dominated by about 70 Bantu-speaking ethnic groups such as the Bemba ethnic group in the north, the Tonga ethnic group, the Lunda ethnic group, the Nyanja people, the Mambwe people and the Barotse representing 37%, 19%, 12%, 11%, 8% and 7% respectively.
Zambia is located north of Botswana, south of the Democratic Republic of Congo, East of Angola and southwest of Malawi. In the south of southern Africa, Zambia offers more natural water scenery than any other country in the region.
Best destinations in Zambia
For leisure, the wonderful waterways in Zambia provide a rush of adrenaline when boat racing. In addition Zambia is full of game reserves, a tourist’s paradise for one of the world’s best game viewing. Experience Africa’s first ever re-introduction programme which rehabilitates offspring of Lions at the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Livingstone.
Planning a trip to Victoria Falls? The big question is which side to visit. You could decide to stay in Zimbabwe or Zambia.
The smoothest way to move across cities is by air to avoid bad roads and save time. Car rental is another option if saving time isn’t a priority but it is advisable to rent a Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV). Other means of transport are minibuses, train and ferries.
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