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Welcome To Zambia

Zambia, a landlocked country in Southern Africa, is renowned for its rich cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and abundant wildlife. With its vast wilderness areas and friendly people, Zambia offers a unique blend of adventure and tranquility. Known for the majestic Victoria Falls, the diverse ecosystems of its national parks, and its vibrant cultural traditions, Zambia is a destination that promises unforgettable experiences for every traveler.

Historical and Cultural Insights

Zambia has a storied past, with evidence of human habitation dating back to the Stone Age. The country’s name is derived from the Zambezi River, which runs along its southern border. Zambia was colonized by the British in the 19th century and gained independence in 1964. The influence of various ethnic groups, each with their own languages and traditions, creates a rich tapestry of cultural practices. The vibrant music, dance, and art forms, such as the Makishi dancers and intricate basket weaving, are integral to Zambia’s national identity.

Scenic Splendors

Explore Zambia’s natural beauty through its diverse landscapes, from the sweeping savannahs of South Luangwa National Park to the lush banks of the Lower Zambezi River. Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, offers awe-inspiring views and thrilling activities like white-water rafting and bungee jumping. For a serene experience, visit the tranquil Lake Tanganyika, the world’s longest freshwater lake, or the dramatic escarpments of the Muchinga Mountains.

Adventure and Wildlife

Zambia is a premier destination for wildlife enthusiasts. Its national parks are home to a wide variety of animals, including the Big Five—lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhinoceros. South Luangwa National Park is famous for walking safaris, allowing visitors to experience wildlife up close. Kafue National Park, one of the largest in Africa, offers opportunities for boat safaris and bird watching. The country’s commitment to conservation ensures that these pristine environments are preserved for future generations.

Cultural Immersion

Immerse yourself in Zambian culture by visiting local markets, participating in traditional ceremonies, and engaging with community projects. The annual Kuomboka Ceremony of the Lozi people and the vibrant Nc’wala Festival of the Ngoni people are highlights of the cultural calendar, providing insight into the customs and celebrations of these ethnic groups. Culinary experiences, such as tasting nshima (a staple maize dish) and other local delicacies, offer a flavorful journey through Zambian cuisine.

Exploring Zambia

Destination Highlights

  • Victoria Falls: Known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya or “The Smoke That Thunders,” this iconic waterfall straddles the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe and is a must-visit for its sheer natural beauty and adventure opportunities.
  • South Luangwa National Park: Renowned for its walking safaris, this park offers rich wildlife sightings and diverse ecosystems, making it a prime spot for safari enthusiasts.
  • Lower Zambezi National Park: Situated along the Zambezi River, this park provides excellent opportunities for canoe safaris, fishing, and game viewing.
  • Lake Kariba: The world’s largest man-made lake and reservoir, offering houseboat tours and stunning sunsets.
  • Kafue National Park: One of Africa’s largest national parks, known for its biodiversity and the chance to spot rare species such as the cheetah and African wild dog.

Our Destination Highlights

  • Outdoor Adventure: Experience thrilling activities like white-water rafting, bungee jumping, and walking safaris.
  • Cultural Experiences: Engage in local traditions, festivals, and culinary tours for a deeper understanding of Zambia’s rich heritage.
  • Historical Tours: Discover the colonial history of Livingstone and the archaeological sites near Lake Bangweulu.

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1. Victoria Falls Adventure
Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Highlights: Victoria Falls tour, white-water rafting, helicopter ride, sunset cruise on the Zambezi River.
Starting From: $2,500 (Taxes Incl./Pers)
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2. South Luangwa Safari
Duration: 10 Days / 9 Nights
Highlights: Walking safaris, game drives, night safari, cultural village tour.
Starting From: $4,200 (Taxes Incl./Pers)
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3. Lower Zambezi Expedition
Duration: 8 Days / 7 Nights
Highlights: Canoe safari, fishing trip, wildlife viewing, luxury camp experience.
Starting From: $3,800 (Taxes Incl./Pers)
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Visa Information and Application

Travelers to Zambia will need a visa, which can be obtained online or upon arrival. Requirements may vary based on nationality, so it’s advisable to check with the Zambian embassy or consulate in your country for the most accurate information.

  • Visa On Arrival: Available for most travelers.
  • E-Visa: Apply online at Zambia Immigration.
  • Requirements: Passport valid for at least six months, proof of accommodation, return ticket.

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Zambia (Africa)
19.6 million+
Capital City:
English, Bemba, Nyanja, Tonga, Lozi
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