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If you want to see one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Zambia is the holiday destination for you. Luxurious lakes, rich rivers and waterfalls can all be admired either afar or up-close, perfect for budding explorers or families after a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The most iconic and well-known of them is easily Victoria Falls, Zambia’s top tourist hot spot. Otherwise known as Mosi-oa-Tunya or ‘The Smoke That Thunders,’ it is the largest waterfall in the world capped by mist-soaked rain forest. You can spot this mesmerising sight from up to 50km away, or why not get up close and personal with a rafting experience unlike any other?

If you are after an authentic African adventure, Zambia is full of vast wasteland and national parks housing majestic creatures and wildlife. Track the Big Five or even the unique shoebill viewable from the marshes of Lake Bangwelu, north of Kasanka National Park. Ideal for a family trip, make sure to visit between May and June for the best glimpse.

The capital city is full of tribal vibrancy and history with many museums and colonial buildings littering the skyline paying homage to its British heritage. For a city break with tropical flavours, Lusaka is an ideal honeymoon or couple’s getaway. Statues and monuments in the immediate area commemorates Zambia’s struggle for independence which it was finally granted in 1964. Ideal for families and couples wanting to spend a couple of days seeing how the locals live, Lusaka is brimming with Zambian culture complete with fantastic restaurants to dine in for an authentic taste of Africa.

Thanks to the copper industry, many African countries appear to be booming, and Zambia is no exception. Expect décor echoing this adorning your hotel room as you relax in paradise. Fantastic safaris and beautiful vistas ensure your stay is all you could ever hope for.


For those wanting to see the sights of Victoria Falls, make sure you bring an umbrella as the forest below receives a constant rainfall! Definitely a must see, if you want to find the best hotels in Zambia for your luxury holiday stay, call one of our personal travel managers now.
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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC +2
  • Capital: Lusaka
  • Currency: ZMK
  • Must See: Victoria Falls

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 22°c   Feb: 22°c   Mar: 22°c  
Apr: 20°c   May: 18°c   Jun: 16°c  
Jul: 15°c   Aug: 18°c   Sep: 22°c  
Oct: 24°c   Nov: 24°c   Dec: 22°c  


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Zambia In A Nutshell

Soak Up The Culture
  • For those exploring Victoria Falls, the Livingstone Museum is the largest and oldest museum in Zambia. Full of historical artefacts and images of ancient Africa, you will be wandering around for hours taking in all of the country’s forgotten history.
  • Located in north-west Zambia, Shiwa Ng’andu Estate is a historic house and gardens. A plethora of activities including horse riding, exploring the wildlife reserve and walking along the lake means you won’t tire of things to do on this day trip.
  • Experience local life just 7km from Victoria Falls with Mukuni Village. Dating back to the 13th century this traditional tribal village has an amazing market selling rock carvings and other keepsakes that will look perfect in your living room back home.
Adventure Awaits
  • Victoria Falls is one of the main tourist attractions in Zambia. Explore the plush vegetation of the area, with white water rafting available at Bakota Gorge for thrill seekers. Make sure you check with your hotel for excursions to the famous site.
  • For animal lovers Mosi oa Tunya Park is ideal. Near to Victoria Falls, this small park offers wonderfully relaxing drivers where you can spot zebras, antelopes, giraffes and warthogs. If you’re lucky you might spot an elephant crossing the Zambezi.
  • Close to the capital of Lusaka, Chaminuka Game Reserve has activities ranging from bush wanders, bird watching and a walking cheetah experience for those wanting a memorable time in paradise. How many will you spot?

Tastes To Try
  • For lovers of steak, Marlin Restaurant in Lusaka is ideal. Mauritian Creole cuisine is served with a smile complete with homely décor and an array of fine drinks to watch the blissful sunset.
  • Contemporary décor lovers will adore the interiors at Rhapsody’s complete with brick wall bar and breezy atmosphere. Perfect for a light lunch, choose from an array of à la carte dishes such as grilled calamari and creamy prawns for a taste of modern Africa.
  • After a unique experience? The Royal Livingstone Express is a restaurant set on a train no less. Complete with a six-course meal ideal for anniversary or honeymoon diners, the African views and wildlife will make sure your tribal holiday is kept on track.
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