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Zambia Visiting Guides

Zambia Archaeology

Pre-colonial history From the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi to the shores of Lake Tanganyika, Zambia has a great variety of archaeological sites that provide evidence of human occupation dating back to the Stone Age. Many of these sites have been documented and preserved by the National Heritage Conservation Commission of Zambia, although hitherto...

Beaches in Zambia

Zambia is described as the real Africa and it is easy to see why. The country is famed for its huge protected wilderness areas. It has many lakes with beaches, ideal for those who wish to swim, sunbathe and enjoy water sports in uncrowded surroundings. It is also criss crossed by numerous rivers providing the opportunity for canoeing, rafting, and...

Zambia Ornithology

Image - Zambia Ornithology Bird Watching in Zambia Zambia offers some of the finest birdwatching opportunities in Africa with habitats ranging from Kalahari sandveld to lakes and forests. The diversity of bird species in Zambia is amongst the highest in the world, with 743 species recorded to date and several more expected as the more remote areas are explored. Diversity...

Zambia Travel Facts

Image - Zambia Travel Facts Natural Features: Mostly high plateau with some hills and mountains, Zambia is a land-locked country, sits on undulating plateau, sloping to the south. Areas of high ground include the Copper Belt Highlands and the Nyika plateau on the mostly high plateau with some hills and mountains, Zambia is a land-locked country, sits on undulating plateau,...

Festivals in Zambia

Image: Festivals in Zambia - Kuomboka Festival Cultural ceremonies and festivals Festivals in Zambia are the ideal occasions for merry making in the country. The country of Zambia includes a colorful and diverse culture. You will get a glimpse of the wonderful culture of the region in the Festivals in Zambia. The culture of Zambia is of contemporary type that includes a wonderful blend of...