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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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Birdlife in Zambia - Lusaka
Birdlife in Zambia By African standards, Zambia is well known ornithologically. So far 740 species have been recorded here. Avifaunal Areas of Zambia To a large extent Zambia's avifauna is that of the Central African Plateau. The vegetation is principally miombo woodland, bisected by grassy dambos along drainage lines. In some areas the miombo woodland is replaced by other woodland types, dry forest or thicket. Along watercourses there may be riparian forest, or in wetter areas in the north, wet evergreen forest. Most of these habitats have a distinctive set of birds. Zambia also has low-lying valleys. These include the Luangwa and Middle Zambezi Valleys and the country between Lakes Tanganyika and Mweru. A number of birds f...

Environment of Zambia - Lusaka
Environment of Zambia Zambia takes its name from the Zambezi River, which rises in the north-west corner of the country and forms its southern boundary. The landlocked country lies between latitudes 10o and 18o South and longitudes 22o and 33o East. It's neighbours are: Congo DR to the north and north west, Tanzania to the north east, Malawi to the East, Mozambique to the south east, Zimbabwe to the south, Botswana and Namibia to the South west and Angola to the West. Zambia's 752, 000 square kilometres makes it a large country about the size of France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland combined. It consists for the most part of a high plateau, with an average height of between 1060 and 1363 meters above sea level. (3500 and 45...

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 s...

Mobile Walking Safaris in Zambia - Lusaka
Mobile Walking Safaris in Zambia This is surely the finest way to experience the real Africa as it was hundreds of years ago when the first pioneers ventured into the interior. Wild, wild, wild, unspoilt, untouched wilderness. Zambia is one of the few countries left in Africa able to offer this unique experience. Your safari operator will meet you at the nearest airstrip in an open game-drive vehicle and take you deep into the bush where you'll spend a night in a comfortable bush camp. The next morning, just as the sun emerges, you don your good walking shoes, a hat and binoculars and set off on an unmarked trail through the bush. There is obviously no telling what you will see, but you can be sure it will alter your perception of nature as you...

Elephant and Horse Back Safaris in Zambia - Lusaka
Elephant and Horse Back Safaris in Zambia See the world through the eyes of an Elephant, at least from the same height as the Elephant. Go on morning or afternoon rides and enjoy interacting with these wonderful animals. A brand new horse riding Safari Company to Zambia will be open from 11th March 2009. Previously located in South Africa this company boasts some of the best horse safari guides in the industry and Steven Rufus is very well known in the horse community for the quality and excellent production of his horses. Based on the borders of Kafue National Park, near to the wonderful Lake Itezhi-Tezhi, Kafue Horse Safaris offers horse safaris for the discerning equine rider with either weekly itineraries or custom built dates dependant on avail...