© Helicopter safari over Zambezi National Park
Apart from the Victoria Falls which is a 'must' for every visitor to see, Zambia has two of the largest areas in Africa set aside for the preservation of wildlife - the Luangwa and the Kafue National Parks. Both reserves offer the unique opportunity to view game at very close quarters.
The Must-See Attractions of Zambia
- Victoria Falls
- Zambezi River
- Lake Kariba
- Lake Tanganyika
- Various Waterfalls
- Chimp Sanctuary
- Lake Bangweulu
- Livingstone Memorial
- Lake Mweru
- Shiwa Ngandu Colonial Manor House
- A variety of monuments, museums and art galleries
Parks and Game Reserves:
Lusaka is the capital of Zambia, and Livingstone was previously the capital. Lusaka is the central point of Zambia, making it perfect to move to safari destinations. Livingstone is where you can enjoy the adventure and adrenaline activities. In Livingstone you can enjoy white water rafting, boat cruises, bungee jumping, visits to Victoria Falls and so much more.
The Victoria Falls
As one of the natural wonders of the world
and a recognised World Heritage Site The Victoria Falls is considered to be one of the great natural wonders of the world. There are a few falls elsewhere which are higher, but none equal the grandeur of the waters of the Zambezi River as they rush over the thousand metre wide expanse into the chasm below; for a breathtaking panoramic view of it all take a walk along the famous Knife Edge footbridge.
The Victoria Falls is located in the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park. The Park was created not just to protect wildlife in the area but also to preserve the Victoria Falls
. It is Zambia's smallest national park and understandably the most visited.