Zambian Tourism

The Beauty and diversity of Zambia can be found in so Many areas

Zambia is home to the legendary walking safari which allows one to experience the true spirit of the African bush with its rich flora and fauna.

This is complemented by its award-winning camps and lodges set in an unspoiled unadulterated environment.

Zambia also boasts of being Home to the mighty Victoria Falls one of the seven natural wonders of the world and a World Heritage site.

Activities around the Falls include bunji jumping 110 meters off the Victoria Falls bridge, helicopter flights, and micro-lighting flights above the falls, boat cruises, canoeing, and river safaris, and white water rafting.

Zambia is however not only about safaris and Victoria Falls. It boasts of a rich and diverse culture that manifests itself through colourful traditional ceremonies and rituals throughout Zambia. 

The Victoria Falls

One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site.

Abundant Wildlife

Abundant Wildlife 20 National Parks and 36 Game Management Areas (GMAs)- South Luangwa National Park and Kafue National Park

Rich and diverse cultural heritage

Zambia’s contemporary culture is a blend of values, norms, material and spiritual traditions of more than 70 ethnically diverse people. Most of the tribes of Zambia moved into the area in a series of migratory waves a few centuries ago. They grew in numbers and many travelled in search of establishing new kingdoms, farming land and pastures.

Warm and very friendly people

With a population of less than 15 million, Zambia comprises an amazing 72 ethnic groups, most of which are Bantu-speaking. About 90% of the population fall into 9 major ethnolinguistic groups: the Nyanja-Chewa; Bemba; Tonga; Tumbuka; Lunda; Luvale; Kaonde; Nkoya; and Lozi.

It’s home to a vibrant mix of cultures, traditions and peoples, and Zambia is also widely considered to be one of the friendliest and most welcoming nations in the world.

Economically Progressive and Peaceful Country

Zambia is considered a stable country with successful democratic elections held every five years. Post Covid-19 A gradual recovery is expected, with GDP growth projected at 1.8% in 2021 and will average 2.8% over 2021-23. Higher copper prices, the commissioning of a new hydropower station, and a return to normal rainfall patterns are expected to support growth in agriculture and electricity production, key contributors to Zambia’s industry and service sectors. 

Lakes and Rivers

The largest man-made lake in the world, Lake Kariba came into being when a dam was built across the Zambezi River back in the Fifties.

The Zambezi River, from which Zambia takes its name, is the fourth largest river in Africa and supports an extraordinary diversity of wildlife, not to mention millions of people.

The best way to discover Zambia’s waterway is by hopping aboard one of the many cruising vessels that offer a unique perspective on the country. 


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Everyone falls for Zambia

Known as The Real Africa – Zambia’s people, tourism and wildlife leaves you wanting more…

– James Chellavah

Tourism & Travel

Everyone Falls for Zambia

Tourism Business

From its people and businesses to wildlife and natural environments, Zambia is a wonderful wilderness gem in the heart of Southern Africa. Zambia’s borders are open. Be sure to visit us.

Experience Zambia

Zambia has a wide range of accommodation, from fabulously luxurious riverside lodges, stylish tented safari camps, or even a mud hut in a rural village where you can experience true Zambian village life.