The Zambia Safari Blog (kind of a mini journal) reveals why Zambia is Africa’s best kept secret. And indeed why it’s the World Tourism Organisation No 1 emerging tourist destination in Africa. This blog will...
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Zambia is a fascinating destination for Africa travel. When African travel is destined to Zambian it is our business. So when you want exciting experiences, Think Africa!
Being a large country the tourism opportunities are awesome. Zambia’s resources are abundant and the soils are fertile. There are many wetlands and water bodies. And then there is the teeming wildlife
Discover Zambia, the African safari. an enticing tourist destination in Africa. Abundant wildlife, exquisite sunsets, and 73 ethnic groups…all in one friendly country
An African coffee safari exhibition in Zambia, a specialty coffee distributors meeting
Zambian Tourism, the land of the legendary African walking safari, earth's biggest waterfall, the wild Zambezi River, exquisite lakes, profusion of birds and wildlife, …all in one friendly country
Zambia’s 19 national parks and private game reserves cover a total of 47,662 square kilometers. Most popular of these are the South Luangwa, Mosi-oa-Tunya, Kafue, Lochinvar, Lower Zambezi, and Sumbu.
African safaris promotes Zambia’s tourism, the conservation of wildlife and the environment. The focus is to achieve sustainable ecosystem and ecotourism. Thus the sustainable conservation efforts
I hope to go to Zambia in June. That is supposed to be a good time for game viewing. Even though I am not really an adventurous person, my husband has
Tell us you story about your experience with Zambia, the African safari.
This is Zambia, a natural paradise in Africa with warm friendly people, abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. Zambia is Africa’s adventure centre and home to the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls…
Zambian safari is the African Safari... Simply a safari nation of abundance, friendly and warm African welcome…
Zambia safari rescue was a mammoth task to rescue wildlife from the threat of a new Lake Kariba. They were not experts but volunteer game wardens…
Zambezi River Africa’s fourth largest river is 3,540 km long and drains 1,300,000 sq km, passes through six countries and the ‘Victoria Falls’ and discharges into the Indian Ocean...
Zambia’s wildlife is an incredible natural heritage with many unique species of wild animals. The wildlife asset includes birds, a whopping 749 bird species …and superb twitching!