Get a taste of the real Africa in a country that claims three of the continent's most important attractions.
Get a taste of the real Africa in a
country that claims three of the continent's most important
attractions - the Victoria Falls, the million-year-old Lake Kariba
and the Zambezi National Park, home to the stunning Zambezi
This peaceful, welcoming country offers beautiful landscapes, and
the fantastic Victoria Falls is a must-see for anyone visiting
Zambia. At 1,708 metres wide with a 100 metre drop, the world's
most spectacular waterfall has an average flow of one million
litres of water per second, and is described as one of the Seven
Wonders of the Natural World. Game drives and walking safaris allow
you to get closer to nature, or go on an elephant-back safari at
the Zambezi Nature Sanctuary.
Livingstone, named after the man who discovered Victoria Falls, is
a great base for your holiday in Zambia, and steps away the
increasingly developed and westernised areas of the region. The
Livingstone museum here not only covers his discovery, but also the
history of this beautiful country.