Things To Do
Things to do in Zambia
4 X 4 River Safaris
The 4 x 4 vehicles of the river.
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Abseiling
Abseiling has long been used in rock climbing, caving, and mountaineering to descend slopes or cliffs that are too steep to simply hike down.
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Bat Migration
World's largest mammal migration around eight million Straw-Coloured Bats descend on Kasanka National Park.
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Birding Safari
It goes without saying that the focus of a Birding Safari is to locate birds during game drives or walks, or simply in the safari camp surroundings.
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Bridge Slide
The Bridge Slide offers you a remarkable opportunity of sheer fun in front of the falls.
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Bridge Swing
The Bridge Swing offers you an opportunity for an amazing BIG AIR EXPERIENCE and sheer adrenalin in front of Victoria Falls.
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Bridge Tours Victoria Falls Bridge
The Bridge Tour is a wonderful experience for families and the more mature traveler. Our tour contains aspects of theatre, history and adventure and can be enjoyed by all ages.
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Bungee Jumping
Experience the pure rush with a Bungee jump. Bungee jumping involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord.
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Canoe Safari
The Zambezi River is unquestionably Africa's finest canoeing No other rivers on the continent provide the same opportunities for viewing healthy populations of large and small game.
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Chief Mukuni Village
Mukuni Village was founded around the 11th Century. It is a working village and home to about 6,000 Leya people.

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Chilenje House
Situate in the Chilenje suburb of Lusaka and the turn-off from Burma Road the monument is clearly sign posted.
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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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Cultural Tours
Zambia's contemporary culture is a blend of values, norms, material and spiritual traditions of more than 70 ethnically diverse people
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Eland Encounters
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Elephant Back Safaris
It is not often one can climb onto the back of an African Elephant and set off at an easy rolling pace in search of other wild game; wild elephant, giraffe, buffalo and hosts of other plains game.
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Elephant Interaction
Elephants are highly intelligent and delightful when meeting them you will discover that each one has a different character, personality and temperament.
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Embassy Park
Initially Embassy Park was intended for other purposes other than being a national burial site for past Heads of State, will forever remain in the history of Zambia as a place of national importance.
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Fishing
A fishing excursion in Zambia is guaranteed to deliver action and excitement. Zambia has over 400 species of Fresh Water Fish including various species of bream.
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Game Drive in Mosi-OA-Tunya National Park
The Mosi-O-Tunya Park encompasses the Falls and stretches some 12 kms along the riverbanks of the upper Zambezi.
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Golfing
Under Zambia's sunny skies and wide open spaces, there is no shortage of Golf Courses, with over 20 to choose from.
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Gorge Swinging
The World's first Gorge Swing, as seen World Wide on the CBS TV series " The Amazing Race".
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Gwembe Reptile Park
A fascinating mix of the most common deadly snakes in Zambia – difficult to see in the wild.
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Happy Face Kids
Misheck, a local freelance sign writer spends his free time by teaching art to local children in the community. He teaches them to make valuable items, such footballs, pen holders, and bags out of recycled materials such as plastic bags, tins, plastic bottles and the like. Misheck believes he contributes to making the children have a happy childhood by making artistic objects.
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Things to do while in...
    • Alangizi
    • Charity Chitenge
    • Chilenje House
    • Embassy Park
    • Happy Face Kids
    • Kamwala Market
    • Lunch at Matebeto
    • Soweto Market
    • Yosofo
    • Chilenje House
    • Cultural Tours
    • Embassy Park
    • Happy Face Kids
    • Chipembe Falls
    • Chipoma Falls
    • Chishimba Falls
    • Kabweluma Falls
    • Kalambo Falls
    • Kundabwika Falls
    • Lumangwe Falls
    • Moto Moto Museum
    • Mutumuna Falls
    • Waterfalls
    • Nayuma Museum
    • Ngonye Falls
    • Waterfalls