Destinations
Bangweulu Swamp
Located in the upper Congo River basin in Zambia, the Bangweulu system covers an almost completely flat area roughly the size of Connecticut or East Anglia. Bangweulu means where the water meets the sky.
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Blue Lagoon National Park
Blue Lagoon is situated west of Lusaka on the Kafue Flats and the enormous floodplain is a magnet for thousands of Kafue Lechwe, plenty of buffalo and waterbirds.
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Chipembe Falls
Chipembe Falls, like Lumangwe, is on the Kalungwishi River. Chipembe means something overhanging or sticking out. These falls are home to tasty bream fish for the locals.
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Chipoma Falls
In the Chinsali district in Northern Province, reached by turning west of the Great North rd about 24kms south of the the Chinsali turn-off at Two Leopards.
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Chishimba Falls
A combination of about three successive falls about 33 kms from Kasama, in the Northern Province. On the Eastern bank of the river just above the falls is a camp site.
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Copperbelt Province
The Copperbelt Province consists of the mineral-rich areas, farming and bush areas to the south. The province shares borders with the Katanga Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo, which also has great mineral wealth.
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Isangano National Park
Isangano National Park is a small park covering an area of approximately 840 square kilometers.
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Kabweluma Falls
There are three sections, each spilling into the next. The Falls are a revered shrine for the local people. Many frogs are seen here which locals say they are the earthly forms of snake spirits. The Spirits do not allow the building of houses or any frivolity nearby.
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Kafue National Park
Established in 1950 with an area of 22 400 square kilometres, this is Zambia's oldest and largest park.
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Kalambo Falls
In the Northern Province, 33 kilometers from Mbala on the Kalambo River which forms the border between Zambia and Tanzania.
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Kasanka National Park
Kasanka National Park is situated on the south western edge of the Lake Bangweulu basin, is on of Zambia's smallest national parks.
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Kundabwika Falls
On the Kalungwishi River, 95kms from Mporokoso. Two small waterfalls, the main one being twenty five meters high and in the flood season ,
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Kundalila Falls
East of the Great North Rd near Kanona in Central province, in an area of spectacular scenic beauty, the Kaombe River falls 70m,
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Lake Bwangweulu
Bangweulu in the local language means where the water meets the sky. This famous lake is one of the world's great wetland systems.
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Lake Kariba
Lake Kariba or Kariba Dam is one of the largest man-made inland lakes in Africa. It is 226 km long and in certain areas up to 40 km with The lake forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
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Lake Mweru
Lake Mweru is a freshwater lake on the longest arm of Africa's second-longest river, the Congo. Located on the border between Zambia and Democratic Republic of the Congo, it makes up 110 km of the total length of the Congo, lying between its Luapula River (upstream) and Luvua River (downstream) segments.
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Lake Tanganyika
A Zambian Wonder. Lake Tanganyika is an African Great Lake. It is estimated to be the second largest freshwater lake in the world by volume, and the second deepest, after Lake Baikal in Siberia.

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Lavushi Manda National Park
Another one of the smallest national parks in Zambia, Lavushi Manda National Park is situated on the slopes of the Lavushi Mountain in Northern Province.
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Liuwa Plain National Park
Liuwa Plain National Park is located in western Zambia in a very remote area. The park has an area of 70 km long.
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Lochinvar National Park
Before its establishment in 1972 the Lochinvar National Park used to be a ranch.
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