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Although copper and cobalt run through Zambia’s veins, its heart is made of anything but heavy metal. The people of zambia, who’ve long been encouraged to embrace their varied cultural backgrounds and traditions, are perfect examples – they’re easy-going, incredibly welcoming and open. The vast swathes of untapped wilderness, many of which are national parks, also stand in contrast to the all-important mining industry. Home to an incredible diversity of wildlife, and some of Africa’s best-trained guides, the parks offer some of the most rewarding safari experiences on the continent – visitors don’t just see wildlife, they get to know it.

Best time to visit in Zambia

May to early October, when skies are dry, temperatures are cool and all the safari camps are open

Best time to visit in Zambia

May to early October , when skies are dry , temperatures are cool and all the safari camps are open

Places to visit in Zambia

  • Your white-water raft after one of the Zambezi’s Class-V rapids.
  • Eight million fruit bats flocking into Kasanka National Park in late October.
  • The wildlife of the ‘Emerald Season’ in Kafue National Park (December to April).
  • The Lozi king leading his people’s retreat from the annual floods in the Ku’omboka ceremony.
  • Cheetah chasiing puku on the Busanga Plains.

Places to visit in Zambia

  • Your white-water raft after one of the Zambezi’s Class-V rapids.
  • Eight million fruit bats flocking into Kasanka National Park in late October.
  • The wildlife of the ‘Emerald Season’ in Kafue National Park (December to April).
  • The Lozi king leading his people’s retreat from the annual floods in the Ku’omboka ceremony.
  • Cheetah chasiing puku on the Busanga Plains.

Top things to do in Zambia

  • Delicately dodge hippops and crocs while cnoeing in the Lower Zambezi National Park
  • Bungee jumping into the abyss from the Zambezi bridge
  • Wade across the Luangwa River on a safari walk in South Luangwa National Park
  • Venture into the wilderness of Liuwa Plain Nationl Park to witness the other wildebeest migration
  • Stand on the cliff facing Victoria Falls and watch sparkling water droplets dance in the updraught

Top things to do in Zambia

  • Delicately dodge hippops and crocs while cnoeing in the Lower Zambezi National Park
  • Bungee jumping into the abyss from the Zambezi bridge
  • Wade across the Luangwa River on a safari walk in South Luangwa National Park
  • Venture into the wilderness of Liuwa Plain Nationl Park to witness the other wildebeest migration
  • Stand on the cliff facing Victoria Falls and watch sparkling water droplets dance in the updraught

Discover Zambia

  • Read A Point of No Return by Fawanyanga Mulikita, Kakuli by Norman Carr, The Unheard by Josh Swiller.
  • Listen to Kalindula music – Ricki Ilonga and Larry Maluma are both great options.
  • Watch The Death of Tyson, a short documentary on the life of an AIDS orphan.
  • Eat nshima (porridge made from ground maize) with chibwabwa (pumpkin leaves) and nkuku mu chikasu (village chicken).
  • Drink the local beer, chibuku

Discover Zambia

  • Read A Point of No Return by Fawanyanga Mulikita , Kakuli by Norman Carr , The Unheard by Josh Swiller.
  • Listen to Kalindula music – Ricki Ilonga and Larry Maluma are both great options.
  • Watch The Death of Tyson , a short documentary on the life of an AIDS orphan.
  • Eat nshima (porridge made from ground maize) with chibwabwa (pumpkin leaves) and nkuku mu chikasu (village chicken).
  • Drink the local beer , chibuku

Zambia Highlights

Zambia Highlights

One word for Zambia Tourism

Muzuhile? (How are you? in Bemba)

One word for Zambia Tourism

Muzuhile? (How are you? in Bemba)
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