East of the Great North Road near Kanona in Central Province, in an area of spectacular scenic beauty, the Kaombe River falls 70m / 230ft, breaking into thin veils and nourishing a natural botanical garden that surrounds the Kundalila waterfall. Visitors may swim in the deep natural pool at the foot of the falls and there is a camping site nearby.

The top of the Kundalila Falls offers one of the most spectacular views over the vast Luangwa Valley, while at the foot is a delightful natural pool famed for its wild flowers. The name means ‘cooing or crying dove’ in Bemba, one of the many bird sounds you will hear in this tranquil setting. The waterfall is an official Zambian Natural Monument.