Engage in Zambia
Zambia, situated in Southern Africa, is a landlocked country known for its magnificent landscapes and diverse wildlife. Bordered by eight countries, including Tanzania, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Angola, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia serves as a crossroads for various cultures and influences. The country is best known for the majestic Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which attracts visitors from around the globe. Additionally, Zambia is home to a wealth of national parks and game reserves, including the renowned South Luangwa National Park and Lower Zambezi National Park, offering unparalleled opportunities for wildlife safaris and nature enthusiasts. With Lusaka as its capital and largest city, Zambia has a population of approximately 18 million people and boasts a rich cultural heritage that blends indigenous traditions with Western influences. Though landlocked, Zambia is blessed with the mighty Zambezi River, providing a source of hydroelectric power and a gateway to activities such as river cruises, fishing, and adrenaline-pumping water sports. As the birthplace of the African walking safari, Zambia is a paradise for those seeking an authentic African experience, immersing themselves in the country’s natural wonders and warm hospitality.