Zambia is rich with wildlife, has captivating culture and provides scenery that will simply take your breath away.
As a destination, Zambia has enormous diversity and caters for travellers of all ages.
There is a wide array of adrenaline activities for the adventurous (such as white water rafting and bungee jumps at the country’s most famous site – the iconic Victoria Falls). You can take to the skies to see the Falls from above, travel on a luxury old colonial steam train passing over the Victoria Falls Bridge, or wade in the ‘Devil’s Pool’ to experience the Falls really close up.
At Victoria Falls, there’s no better place to immerse yourself in some of Zambia’s varied culture than a trip around the town of Livingstone. Here you can learn about the country’s vibrant history and its connections to explorer David Livingstone, the first European to see the Falls in 1855 or visit local markets full of colour and vitality.
For wildlife, there is no better place than Zambia. Safari game drives in any of the country’s national parks offer incredible up close experiences 5, meaning you’ll head home with memories that will last forever. Why not try something a little different too, like a walking safari or a boat safari? You can even canoe down the streams whilst elephants bathe nearby.
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, The Victoria Falls are one of the biggest and most renowned waterfalls in the world.
There is no better place to enjoy beautiful settings that offer privacy and exclusivity for the ultimate relaxing time for guests. Many of Zambia's lodges offer a variety of relaxation activities from Yoga, health retreats and spa treatments.
Zambia is one of the best safari destinations in Africa, and most of the desirable animals are relatively easily seen. South Luangwa, Lower Zambezi and Kafue are especially good for leopard sightings, whereas wild dog and cheetah sightings are more rare.
With a total human population of 13 million, Zambia is sparsely populated with more than 70 ethnic groups, many of them Bantu-speaking. Zambia's ethnic diversity results in rich and colourful cultures, each upheld and celebrated uniquely in remembrance of their ancestral age.