The open spaces on the untamed north of Zambia start from the pedicle – the piece of the DRC that juts out into the country’s midriff. From here, the national road shoots straight up north to Tanzania – passing national parks, vast wilderness areas, monuments, heritage sites, and waterfalls all the way along.
Attractions in the north include Lake Tanganyika, Kasanka National Park, Chishimba Falls, the Mutinondo Wilderness, and even the eerie Shiwa Ng’andu – an English colonial mansion buried deep in the Zambian bush.
Northern Zambia is one of nature’s best-kept secrets.
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