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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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Zambia & Malawi Ultimate Africa! - Lusaka
Zambia & Malawi Ultimate Africa! Having travelled regularly to many of the countries in Africa for over 25 years, it had always been an embarrassing admission that, apart from the odd visit to the Zambian side of the Victoria Falls, I had never actually been to either Zambia (one of Naturetrek's bestselling African destinations) or Malawi, a country bizarrely devoid of tourists despite being one of the most beautiful and topographically diverse in all of Africa. So, it hasn't many Lions? But Zambia's South Luangwa Park, just a 40-minute flight away, is full of them! Combine these two countries in one holiday, as any glance at a map will indicate is eminently logical, and you have the best 2-week holiday in Africa. So now I may excuse my own embarrass...

Zambia's Culture - Lusaka
Zambia's Culture Zambia's Culture Zambia's present-day culture exhibits a blend of historical and cultural features from the past as well as the present. Traditional African practices and understandings continue to influence many aspects of Zambian culture. The impact of the colonial era can also be seen in the lives of the people. Finally, present-day global expressions and forces contribute to the cultural landscape. Music of Zambia: traditional, popular, Christian Traditional Zambian ceremonies and rituals: 'Ncwala' (Eastern Province)'Umutomboko' (Luapula Province), 'Kuomboka' (Western Province)and other dances such as 'Cing'ande' (in Sothern Province). Traditional Zambian Arts: Tonga baskets, stools, fabr...

80th Agricultural & Commercial Show - Lusaka
80th Agricultural & Commercial Show 80th Agricultural & Commercial Show

The Zambia Agricultural and Commercial Show which is organized by the Agricultural and Commercial Society of Zambia (ACSZ) is the Country's premier annual show held in the capital city, Lusaka, for five days ending on Farmers Day, a public holiday observed on the first Monday of August.

The show is the climax of district and provincial agricultural shows, which are held in the proceeding eight weeks, and so only the best of the agriculture products grown by small-scale farmers are finally exhibited at the show.

Source: http://www.acsz.co.zm

ENVIRONMENT/GEOGRAPHY THE LAND The Land 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...

Walking Safaris in Zambia - Lusaka
Walking Safaris in Zambia 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, you creep slowly behind. Your guide tells you many stories of the ways of elephants in their natural environment. You walk a little...