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Zambia Travel and Tourism

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Republic of Zambia is a landlocked country in Southern Africa. The neighbouring countries are the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north, Tanzania to the north-east, Malawi to the east, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Namibia to the south, and Angola to the west. The capital city is Lusaka, located in the southeast of the country. The population is concentrated mainly around the capital Lusaka in the south and the Copperbelt to the northwest. Zambia has been inhab

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Driving Around Zambia - Lusaka
Driving Around Zambia Zambia offers a superb gateway for vehicle travellers wanting to get off the beaten track. Bordered by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Tanzania, Mozambique and Angola, Zambia lies at the heart of the subcontinent. Untainted by commercial tourist development. Zambia is a working example of Africa left alone. A big country, uncompromising and challenging....but real...... home to true adventure and quality experiences enhanced by a warm and friendly people. Depending on where you're coming from, or where you're headed, here are suggestions of routes to take to see the best of the East, West, South and Northern regions of the country. This section will be expanded to include more detailed routes soon. Travel T...

River Boarding - Lusaka
River Boarding Armed with a body board a wetsuit, a life jacket, a helmet and fins, you will embark on a river journey playing in the currents, charging the rapids and surfing some of the world's biggest fresh water standing waves. The main difference between river surfing and rafting is that you are in charge of your own vessel on the river. Instructors teach and guide you, but in the end its you who is taking on the rapids. The attraction to many is the physical freedom and the sense of achievement felt after tackling the Zambezi on your own. The general rule is anyone over 13 years but they must fit into the equipment adequately. For all the clients it depends on their fitness, water confidence and experience. Anyone who has ba...

Walking Safari - Lusaka
Walking Safari Imagine.... waking up at the crack of dawn to the sound of a multitude of birds and a hot cup of coffee to get you going before you set off. Your Game Guide leads you deep into the heart of the bush, carefully making your way through the lush vegetation, pointing out the many signs of wild, - spoor of a lion that passed here in the night, elephant tracks, a herd of 10 or more must have been just here, where are they now? As you move on, you hear the crackle of leaves, and there they are grazing under a grove of sausage trees. You hang back, making sure the wind doesn't bring the smell of you to them. Just watch See how they pull the bark from the tree, see the matriarchal mother lead the herd a little further, ...

Birding Safaris - Lusaka
Birding Safaris Zambia has some of the highest species-concentrations on the continent and some of the most beautiful and wild birding destinations to get your ticks! A fascinating way to spot the birds of the Zambezi area is on a Canoeing Safari. Drift down with the current with binoculars and checklist in hand and take it all in. Lots of excellent game sightings too. Choose from a tranquil upper Zambezi cruise just above the Victoria Falls or a wilder adventure paddle down the lower Zambezi with game parks on either side of the river. One of Africa's most prized birding spots is Lochinvar National Park, a small 450km2 park on the Kafue floodplains which has 428 known species - that's almost a different bird for every square ki...

Canoeing Safaris - Lusaka
Canoeing Safaris Upper Zambezi River - A Canoeing Safari on the Upper Zambezi River, is a wonderfully relaxing way to enjoy the astonishingly beautiful scenery that lines the river before it takes its plunge over the Victoria Falls. This part of the river is dotted with many islands of varying size; home to many birds and small animals. This is the route David Livingstone took on his way in search of the rising clouds of mist. It was in fact along these banks that he remarked scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight Makora Quest, Tongabezi and Chundukwa Adventure Trails offer day trips or overnight trips camping out on the islands or staying at a riverside lodge. Highly recommended if you spend any ti...