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about Zambia

Zambia is commonly regarded as one of the most beautiful, friendly, diverse and unspoilt countries on the entire African continent.  It is characterised by its miombo woodlands, large lakes and vast floodplains as well as spectacular waterfalls and mighty rivers. It is a green oasis of national parks fed by rivers and wetlands that attract a huge variety of animals.Zambia is also best known as the “origin” of the walking safari  and its wildlife guides are among the highest qualified in Africa. They’ll show you how to track animals, identify birds from their calls and discover the hidden world of insects as you walk through the bush.Apart from Victoria Falls, the world's largest waterfall, Zambia remains a mostly unknown entity even to more intrepid travelers which is a pity as it is one of the last true wilderness areas in Africa, some say an undiscovered gem.The distances by road are vaste so generally it is best visited by scheduled or charter air services.

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Victoria Falls is a magnificent waterfall on the Zambezi River, bordering Zambia and Zimbabwe. Known as "Mosi-oa-Tunya" or "The Smoke that Thunders," it is the world's largest curtain of falling water, nearly two kilometers wide. David Livingstone named the falls after Queen Victoria and the nearby island after himself. Adventurers can swim in the Zambezi River, and some can safely sit at the edge of the falls, experiencing the Devil's Pool, a natural infinity pool. The falls can be viewed from both Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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South Luangwa NP

South Luangwa National Park is Zambia's flagship park, known for its intense concentration of animals around the Luangwa River and its oxbow lagoons. Visitors can watch animals of all kinds, including nocturnal species on night drives. The park appeals to both novice and repeat safari-goers, with plenty of larger wildlife, birds, and smaller creatures to see. The park is also the birthplace of the "walking safari," a fantastic way to experience Africa's pristine wilderness firsthand.

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Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park is one of the largest parks in Africa, with a rich diversity of wildlife thanks to its size and variety of habitats. Animals can be quite shy compared to those in more popular parks, but leopard sightings are a major feature. Four of the Big Five are easily seen with rhinos absent, and the park hosts a wide variety of antelope. The park's exclusivity and excellent game viewing make it a must-visit for nature enthusiasts.

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Lower Zambezi National Park

Lower Zambezi National Park's beauty lies in its wilderness state. The park is relatively undeveloped, with fewer animals than other large parks, but visitors can get spectacular views of wildlife wandering in and out of the Zambezi channels. The real attraction of the park is canoeing on the Zambezi, providing a fantastic vantage point to see the incredible variety and sheer numbers of animals. The park is located opposite Zimbabwe's famous Mana Pools Reserve, making the whole area on both sides of the Zambezi River a massive wildlife sanctuary.

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Lake Kariba

Kariba Dam is the largest man-made lake in the world, holding back the Zambezi River to create hydroelectricity. It is also a popular holiday destination, offering stunning views, great fishing, boating, water sports, and relaxing holidays or weekends. Visitors can take a trip on a houseboat, enjoying the tranquil views of the sunset and moonrise over the shimmering waters. Kariba Dam is Zambia's undiscovered Riviera, a must-visit destination for those looking for a peaceful and scenic getaway.

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