Zambia African Safaris & Wildlife Tours

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Zambia’s remaining open rural areas are, for the most part, rich and fertile, with Zambia’s consistently warm tropical climate made less oppressive by the altitude of many parts of the country. One of the most water-rich countries in Africa, Zambia has 5 vast lakes, 3 major rivers, 17 waterfalls and various wetland areas.

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About zambia
Blessed with awe-inspiring herbal wonders, an abundance of wildlife, massive water our bodies and massive open spaces, Zambia provides unforgettable vacation trips exploring the actual Africa. Zambia is considered as one of the most beautiful, friendly and numerous international locations on the complete African continent. Aside from the majestic Victoria Falls, Zambia has extra natural water resources than any different southern African country, such as a myriad of different falls dotted across the country, now not to mention the well-known Zambezi River. The many National Parks provide fantastic opportunities for gazing Africa’s plains sport and their attendant predators, even as bustling urban areas offer a taste of eclectic Zambian culture. Discover the wealth of attractive locations this pleasant country has to offer. Not to be missed are the brilliant views of the stunning Victoria Falls, followed through a safari.
Zambia’s recreation reserves grant pristine sanctuary to an extensive range of wildlife and boast some of the pleasant game viewing possibilities in the world. From the North and South Parks on the hippo and croc-infested Luangwa River, to the wide expanse of the Lower Zambezi, the substantial and little-explored Kafue.
Rich rivers and vast lakes
As if all the lakes and waterfalls weren’t enough, Zambia is also domestic to the mind-blowing Zambezi River as properly as the Luangwa and Kafue river systems, providing great fishing opportunities, adventure things to do and canoeing safaris. These are some of the most unspoiled and best-protected rivers on the continent and are home to a great deal of Zambia’s wildlife.

Whether it’s the records and sheer measurement of Lake Tanganyika (the world’s longest lake) that draws you, getting off the crushed song at Lake Mweru, or taking in the secluded beach vacation ecosystem that can be determined on the banks of Lake Kariba.
Weather, climate and geography
Although Zambia lies in the tropics, the height of the plateau ensures that the local weather is seldom unpleasantly hot, except in the valleys. There are three seasons: the cool, dry winter season from May to September; the hot, dry season in October and November; and the wet season, which is even hotter, from December to April. Zambia is a vast, land-locked tropical plateau in southern Africa bordered by way of Angola to the west, the Democratic Republic of Congo to the north, Tanzania to the northeast, Malawi to the east, Mozambique to the southeast, Zimbabwe and Botswana to the south and the Caprivi Strip of Namibia to the southwest.
The Zambezi River, together with Lake Kariba, forms the frontier with Zimbabwe and lies at Zambia’s lowest point in altitude. Victoria Falls, fashioned via the Zambezi tumbling over a cli into the Batoka Gorge, is one of the most spectacular points of interest in Africa (if not the world). Lake Kariba, which was created by using the development of the Kariba Dam in the 1950s, is the world’s biggest reservoir with the aid of volume.
The Zambian capital, Lusaka, lies roughly in the center of the country, a region of thinly wooded bush. In the east and northeast, the use of a rises to a plateau 1,200m (3,937ft) high, protected by deciduous savannah, small trees, grassy plains or marshland.
In central Zambia, South Luangwa National Park, east of Lusaka, and Kafue National Park, west of Lusaka, are magnificent expanses of riverside grassland, woodland and wooded area with some of the densest and most diverse populations of wild animals in Africa.
Required clothes
Lightweight clothes.
Passports & visas
To enter Zambia, a passport valid for six months beyond the end of your intended stay, with at least two blank pages, is required.

Visas for Zambia are required by nationals referred to in the chart above, except 1. Nationals of Cyprus, Ireland, Malta and Romania, who do not require a visa, unless travelling on business. You can obtain single- or multiple-entry visas in advance from the embassy/high commission in your home country. Alternatively, you can obtain a single- or double-entry visa on arrival at Zambian airports or land borders. You must pay for this in cash in US Dollars. If you arrive at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, you can pay by debit or credit card. As of December 2016, the KAZA visa was reinstated; it allows unlimited travel between Zambia and Zimbabwe over a 30-day period, as well as day trips to Botswana. It's available at the international airports in Lusaka and Livingstone and at the land borders at Livingstone (Zimbabwe border) and Kazungula (Botswana border).

Visa Note
Nationals not referred to in the chart above are advised to contact the nearest Zambian embassy/high commission to check visa requirements.
Types and Cost

Day tripper visa: US$20; transit or single-entry visa: US$50; double- or multiple-entry visa: US$80.

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