With Victoria Falls as the number one attraction, Zambia is blessed with an incredible diversity of wildlife and wildlife areas, including the spectacular South Luangwa National Park. Being one of the most urbanized countries in Africa, Zambia yet retains much of its country in the wild and unspoiled state, with a large percentage of land allocated by the government for conservation projects and national parks. Many of these parks are home to an incredible number of Africa’s best-known wild mammals and extraordinary birds. Zambia has a total of 20 national parks. The Kafue National Park is the largest approx. 24,000 square kilometers.
One of the most water-rich countries in Africa, Zambia has 5 vast lakes, 3 large rivers, 17 waterfalls and various wetlands. Zambia has 40% of the freshwater in southern Africa. With its prolific waterways and remote national parks, the country is an emerging travel destination that offers a wealth of off-the-beaten-path wildlife experiences, adventure travel activities, and rich local immersion.
Zambia is a destination that goes very well with other countries such as South Africa and Namibia, which makes for nice travel combinations.

Why travel to Zambia?

Zambia may be a stopover to admire the splendor of Victoria Falls or a travel destination in its own right. Even though it is often thought of as an extension of travel, especially for couples on honeymoon or celebrating their wedding anniversary, Zambia offers a true authenticity that you will not find elsewhere.
Unknown in its entirety, Zambia allows you to travel hidden from view. If you want to enjoy safari in complete privacy and with respect for the animal then you have come to the right place.
Meeting and exchanging with the local population is another of its advantages. There are over seventy tribes in Zambia which each have their own traditional ceremonies which you can easily join.
Zambia welcomes visitors all year round so stop worrying, book your flight and join us in Zambia.

Commitment to sustainable tourism

Protected areas in Zambia are valuable resources for conservation, tourism and economic development at local and national level.In 2017, southern Luangwa in Zambia was declared the world’s first “sustainable national park” by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).
In Zambia one can find camps and lodges which set up sustainable tourism initiatives in their establishment and in the surrounding communities. Projects related to energy, conservation or even education are being developed for the benefit of future generations, humans and animals.

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