Zambia: the many faces of a safari
Zambia embodies everything a safari lover could want: unspoilt flora and fauna, and a pristine environment of forests and savannahs where you can admire huge herds of animals. If you love exploring, this is unquestionably the place for you. In certain spots, you almost feel like you’re the only tourists for kilometres!
Zambia is a landlocked country, and yet water is one of its most important and spectacular attractions, as the country is crossed by two wide river basins: the Congo to the north and the Zambezi with Victoria Falls, the magnificent waterfall along its course. The Zambezi offers rafting and canoeing enthusiasts the stunning spectacle of exciting water safaris, where animals can be admired undisturbed and in complete silence.
Victoria Falls, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, marks the boundary with Zimbabwe and is part of Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. The waterfall, which the locals dubbed “Smoke Which Thunders”, is one of the best-known sites in Africa – the continent’s most impressive and spectacular – and it will make your visit unforgettable. Zambia has many national parks worth visiting: Kafue National Park, Lower Zambezi National Park and South Luangwa National Park are unquestionably among the most beautiful.