Destinations
Lower Zambezi National Park
The park covers an area of 4092 square kilometres. Most of the game is concentrated along the valley floor.
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Luambe National Park
Luambe National Park is one the smallest parks in Zambia, only 247 km squared.
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Lukusuzi National Park
Lukusuzi National Park is one of the most unknown parks in Zambia attracting very few tourists.
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Lumangwe Falls
Near the Chipembe pontoon in the Northern Province are a miniature Victoria Falls that nourish a small rain forest on the Kalungwishi River.
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Lusaka
Lusaka is the capital and largest city of Zambia. The two main languages spoken in Lusaka are English and Nyanja.
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Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park
Located on the southernmost edge of Zambia bordering Zimbabwe, the astonishing Victoria Falls are the mightiest cataracts in the world the 2.5km- (1.5 mile-) wide Zambezi River drops 100m (330ft) into a narrow chasm at a rate of 550 million liters every minute.
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Mumbuluma Falls
Mumbuluma Falls, situated 33km from Mansa town, cascades down in two steps on the Mumbuluma River. The temple for the protective spirits, Makumba and his sister Ngosa,
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Mutumuna Falls
Mutumuna is above the Chishimba Falls and it is believed the spirit of Mutumuna resides here. The High Priest of Mutumuna is Chitemenwe and makes regular offerings. Because of the sacred nature of the Falls no sexual intercourse, arrogance and quarrelsomeness is allowed in the vicinity of the Falls.
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Ngonye Falls
In the west near the Village of Sioma on the Zambezi River lie the Ngonye Falls. Although not very high, the volume of water thundering over the rocks is second only to the Victoria Falls.
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North Luangwa National Park
This is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular surviving wilderness areas not just in Zambia but Africa and reference has been made to it as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world today.
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Nsumbu National Park
Nsumbu National park is about 2,000 Sq kilometres in size and is bordered in the north by Lake Tanganyika, which has about 100kms of the most pristine shoreline of the lake, within National Park boundaries.

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Ntumbachushi Falls
A series of water pools and rapids culminating in the main falls about 30m high on the Ng’ona River. This very picturesque waterfall was believed to be a sanctuary of
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Nyambwezi Falls
Located in the North-Western Province, 204 kms south of the Solwezi - Mwinilunga rd on the Nyambwezu River is a 20 m high waterfall.
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Nyika National Park
The name Nyika means “where the water comes from” as the plateau’s elevation makes it wetter than surrounding areas.
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Sioma Ngwezi National Park
Sioma National Park is the third largest national park in Zambia, covering an area of about 5000 km2.
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South Luangwa National Park
The South Luangwa National Park is one of the best in Africa and is home to a wide range of animals, birds and vegetation. The park has an area of 9050km2.
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The Victoria Falls
Passionately referred to as "Mosi-oa-Tunya" translates as "the smoke that thunders" by the local people, the Victoria Falls is a must see. The falls are a spectacular curtain of falling water.
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The Zambezi River
The Zambezi River is Africa's fourth largest River system, after the Nile, Congo and Niger Rivers.
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Western Zambia
Western Zambia is famous for the rich culture and annual traditional ceremony by the Lozi speaking people called Kuomboka.
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