located in Southern Africa, bordering with 8
neighbouring countries, is a country renowned for its
scenic splendour, colour, warmth and friendliness.
Zambia is known as the undiscovered gem of Africa, and a
safari in this vast country offers huge diversity: an
exploration of a land filled with waterfalls, lakes,
rivers and wetlands, and the discovery of a country
proud of its’ culture and traditions, abundant wildlife
and exotic wilderness. Zambia boasts 19 national game
parks, including the Kafue National Park, Africa’s
largest game reserve, and the South Luangwa, known as
one of Africa’s premier wildlife destinations. Zambia
and Zimbabwe’s borders meet at one of the natural
wonders of the world, the Victoria Falls, and one of the
largest man-made lakes, Lake Kariba.
has a temperate climate thanks to it’s altitude. There
are three main seasons.
November to March are usually hot
April through to July the days
are dry and warm, mornings and nights can be cold;
And August to October, the most
pleasant months, are warm to hot, and dry
10 million people are mostly Africans of Bantu origin,
belonging to a large number of tribes which speak 73
dialects, although the official language is English.
About 40% to 50% of the population lives in the urban
area’s, mainly Lusaka and the Copperbelt. There are 7
major tribes in Zambia.