Zambia is reputable as one of the safest countries on the continent, and of late has been billed as one of Southern Africa’s up-and-coming holiday destinations. Zambia boasts some of the most unspoilt landscapes in Africa with 19 national parks and 17 waterfalls all over across the country, it’s no surprise it is regarded as an ideal destination.
The country shares with its neighbouring Zimbabwe UNSESCO’s Natural World Heritage Site, Victoria Falls. Even though the larger part of the falls (75%) is next-door, Zambia lays claim to the Devil’s Pool, a natural “infinity pool” just on the edge of Victoria Falls which is bound to thrill even the most hardened adrenaline junkies. South Luangwa National Park is Zambia’s most popular reserve followed by Kafue National Park, Zambia’s largest reserve and the Lower Zambezi National Park, all offer equally an unforgettable experience for safari goers.
Zambia’s most visitors arrive at either Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone 10km from Victoria Falls or Kenneth Kaunda International just outside of their capital city, Lusaka. International airlines mainly use the latter due to its central location that makes it an ideal entry point to Zambia’s visitors who wish to discover its magic.