Welcome To Zambia

Your Essential Travel Guide

Zambia, a hidden gem in the heart of Africa, invites travelers to immerse themselves in its stunning landscapes, rich wildlife, and the thundering spectacle of Victoria Falls. With its pristine wilderness, friendly locals, and an array of adventure activities, Zambia promises an extraordinary journey into the wild.

Your adventure begins at Victoria Falls, where the Zambezi River plunges into the Batoka Gorge, creating the “Smoke that Thunders.” Witness the cascading waters, embark on a sunset cruise, or partake in thrilling activities like bungee jumping and white-water rafting. Explore South Luangwa National Park, renowned for its walking safaris, offering intimate encounters with big game. Discover Lower Zambezi National Park, where you can enjoy canoeing and fishing along the riverbanks.

Zambia’s untouched wilderness allows for unparalleled wildlife encounters. Track leopards on night drives, marvel at the abundance of elephants and hippos along the river banks, and observe incredible birdlife. Immerse yourself in Zambian culture by visiting local markets, tasting traditional dishes like nshima, and interacting with welcoming communities. Zambia is a destination where raw nature meets warm hospitality, a place where adventure and tranquility coexist seamlessly. In Zambia, you don’t just explore; you embark on a journey through pristine wilderness and untamed beauty, where the rhythm of Africa’s heart beats in harmony with the land and its people.

Popular Sites To Visit In Zambia

Witness the awe-inspiring beauty of one of the world's largest waterfalls.

Livingstone and Victoria Falls

Experience exceptional game drives and walking safaris in a premier wildlife destination.

South Luangwa National Park

Kafue National Park covers a massive area in western Zambia. It’s known for its abundant wildlife and the Kafue River, running north to south through the park.

Kafue National Park

Explore the capital city, visit markets, and immerse yourself in local culture.

Lusaka

Discover the Vallée de Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Anse Lazio beach.

Praslin

Visit the capital, Victoria, and explore the island's stunning beaches, botanical gardens, and hiking trails.

Mahe

Visit the capital, Victoria, and explore the island's stunning beaches, botanical gardens, and hiking trails.

Mahe

Discover the Vallée de Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Anse Lazio beach.

Black River Gorges National Park

Visit the capital, Victoria, and explore the island's stunning beaches, botanical gardens, and hiking trails.

Mauritius Botanical Garden

This iconic waterfall stands 700meters above sea level and is allocated in the Black River Gorges National Park.

Alexandra Falls

Zambia experiences a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. The best time to visit is during the dry season from May to October.

Climate

Local Currency

The official currency is the Zambian Kwacha (ZMW). Credit cards are accepted in major cities, but it’s advisable to carry cash for smaller towns and rural areas.

Police: 991

Medical emergency: 992

Emergency Numbers

Local Festivals

If your visit coincides with events like the Lwiindi Traditional Ceremony or the Kuomboka Festival, take part in the vibrant cultural celebrations.

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