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Hotels

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Ngonye Falls

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Tourist Guide

Tourist Guide: Getting around Zambia Air: Zambia’s leading domestic carrier is Proflight (www.proflight-zambia.com), which offers scheduled flights to the main tourist hubs of Mfuwe and Livingstone. Proflight and charter carriers such as ProCharter (www.avocet-charters.com) serve Chipata, Kasaba Bay, Kasama, Kitwe, Lusaka, Mongu and Ndola. Departure tax: Included within the ticket …

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Getting Around

Getting Around  in Zambia Travel by Air Proflight  flies from Lusaka to Mfuwe (South Luangwa), to Livingstone and the Copperbelt and also does charters.Various air charter companies will fly to any of the many airstrips around the country and most of the areas worth visiting are accessible by air. Domestic departure …

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About Zambia

About Zambia ormerly called Northern Rhodesia as an integral part of Cecil Rhodes’ Cape to Cairo vision, Zambia is in fact steeped in history dating all the way back to the African Stone Age. However, in many ways the famous Scottish missionary David Livingstone put the country on the European …

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Lusaka

Lusaka – Capital of Zambia usaka has become something of a boom town of late. New buildings are going up everywhere and many chain stores and shopping malls are springing up all over the sprawling suburbs. The road development isn’t quite keeping up so peak hour traffic is finally becoming …

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Towns

Towns in Zambia ambia is one of Africa’s most urbanised countries, with over 44% of the population living in its towns and cities. And as Zambia’s economy continues to grow (at one of the fastest rates in the developing world), it seems this trend will increase in years to come, …

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Historical Wonders

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Where to stay

Where to stay in Zambia Zambia has a wide range of accommodation options and you can choose from our growing list of establishments listed in each destination. From fabulously luxurious riverside lodges, 5 star hotels, stylish tented safari camps, rustic and remote bush camps, to homely guesthouses and B&B’s, self catering …

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List your business

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Rich Rivers

Rich Rivers in Zambia Blessed with 3 major rivers, several substantial tributaries, and many smaller rivers, as well as vast natural lakes and the enormous Kariba dam, Zambia is one of the most water rich countries in Africa. The source of the Zambezi is in northwest Zambia and runs through …

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Vast Lakes

Vast Lakes in Zambia espite being landlocked, there can be few places in the world as blessed as Zambia when it comes to water resources. And the nation’s vast and beautiful lakes are as breathtaking as the mighty Zambezi River and Victoria Falls. Lake Tanganyika is the longest lake in …

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Waterfalls

Zambia's Spectacular Waterfalls Zambia is one of the most water-rich countries in Africa and her many rivers cascade into fabulous displays of falling water as they wind over the undulating landscape. The most spectacular is of course the not-to-be-missed Victoria Falls, but there are 17 other beautiful falls dotted around …

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National Parks

National Parks in Zambia About 30 % of Zambia’s 752,614 square kilometers is reserved for wildlife. There are 20 national parks and 34 game management areas in the country.  South Luangwa, Kafue and Lower Zambezi rank among the finest game parks in the world. Luambe, and Lukusuzi Liuwa Plain, West Lunga, …

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