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Zambia

Zambia speaks to the adventurer within.

Nestled below the mighty Congo lies a little known gem of Africa.

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Within its borders an unending plethora of serene beauty and untainted wildlife havens on the continent, easily one of the largest protected national parks in Africa.

This rugged mosaic of safari in all shapes and sizes is a pleasure to visit, not only on the eye, but it is also considered as one of the safest countries and is likely to leave a mark on the soul so undeniably deep that a longing to return is never far off.

Highlights


Victoria Falls
Devil's Pool
Livingstone
Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park
Lower Zambezi National Park
Sioma Ngwezi National Park
Blue Lagoon National Park
South Luangwa National Park
Kafue National Park
Lusaka National Park





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General Travel Information
CAPITAL

Lusaka

CURRENCIES ACCEPTED

USD cash and all major credit cards

LOCAL TIME

GMT+2

GETTING THERE

Fly to Lusaka with connections to Victoria Falls and other destinations

POPULATION

16 Million

TRAVEL WITH CHILDREN

Excellent destination for travelling with children

LANGUAGES

English, Bemba, Kaonde, Lozi

GENERAL SAFETY

Very safe with low levels of of crime. Mostly petty crime

LOCAL CURRENCY

Zambian Kwacha

MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS

Yellow Fever vaccination 10 days prior to arrival and Malaria medication

When to Visit

Kafue National Park

January

Poor

July

Excellent

February

Poor

August

Excellent

March

Poor

September

Excellent

April

Fair

October

Excellent

May

Good

November

Good

June

Good

December

Poor

Lower Zambezi National Park

January

Poor

July

Excellent

February

Poor

August

Excellent

March

Poor

September

Excellent

April

Fair

October

Excellent

May

Good

November

Good

June

Good

December

Poor

South Luangwa National Park

January

Poor

July

Excellent

February

Poor

August

Excellent

March

Poor

September

Excellent

April

Fair

October

Good

May

Good

November

Good

June

Good

December

Poor