- Rated one of the safest countries in the world to visit
- Home of the original walking safaris
- Victoria Falls – Natural Wonder of the World
- Adventure activities on the Zambezi River
- Second largest migration in Africa
Renowned for its friendliness and hospitality, abundant birdlife and wildlife and home to the legendary African walking safari in the Luangwa Valley – Zambia is largely an undiscovered traveller’s haven. But, what’s most remarkable and unique is that Zambia is the wettest place in Africa.
With the largest water resources in southern Africa, Zambia has everything from natural wildlife migrations – the second largest in Africa – ancient traditional cultural celebrations and ceremonies, and an amazing array of activities and experiences all centered on water and flooding, from fishing excursions, sunset cruises and cascade tours!
From the spectacular Victoria Falls, known locally as ‘the smoke that thunders’ (Mosi oa-Tunya) a natural wonder of the world and the largest curtain of falling water in the world; to the might Zambezi River – flowing through six countries on its amazing journey of 2700km from its source to the sea; to the Barotse flood plains stretching across a vast 900 000 hectares of land rich in wildlife, incredible birdlife and cultural heritage too.
In a world where water is precious and increasingly coveted, Zambia’s story of rain and rivers, waterfalls, wetlands and wildlife is a true wonder.