Zambia is a country dominated by wilderness and an amazing sense of space. Lush river valleys and floodpains offer excellent habitat for a huge range of wildlife species, as do the dense woodlands that cover much of the country. Still relatively unexplored by most visitors to Africa, Zambia conjures images of a bygone era, with vast areas of pristine wilderness still to be fully discovered.
Zambia shares the incredible Victoria Falls with Zimbabwe. White water rafting on the Grade 5 Zambezi River it a definite must for the adrenaline junkies.
Kafue National Park is the largest game reserve in Africa.
The South Luangwa national Park is one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. A historical site that could be of interest is David Livingston’s memorial.