30 Places to Visit in Zambia, Tourist Places & Top Attractions

Zambia Tourist Attractions

Victoria Falls, Sioma Ngwezi National Park, South Luangwa National Park, Lower Zambezi National Park, Shiwa Ngandu Manor House, Kafue National Park, Lake Kariba, Blue Lagoon National Park and many more.

There are innumerable beautiful places to see in Zambia - one of the most beautiful countries on the African continent. As part of your vacation to this wonderful place, you can explore more than 20 National Parks, the most remarkable of which is the Kafue National Park and the Lower Zambezi National Park, covering thousands of square kilometres and providing a natural habitat for exotic wild animals such as rhinos, lions, giraffes, etc.

There are several other beautiful Zambia tourist attractions as well that will make your holiday to this country one of the most memorable trips you ever take. Beautiful historical cities such as Livingstone and Lusaka are thriving urban centres while places like Kitwe, Ndola and Kabwe are cultural and industrial hotspots where you can experience the local culture. There are also many places in Zambia of immense natural beauty including the world-famous Victoria Falls and Lake Kashiba that will leave you mesmerized.

Here is the list of best places to visit in Zambia:

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Livingstone is one of the oldest and most popular places in Zambia. Located in the Southern Province, this city was the capital of Zambia till 2012, after which Lusaka became the capital. It shares its borders with Zimbabwe and is a city that is thriving with tourism and activities.

Livingstone is the tourism centre from which people can explore the world-famous Victoria Falls, which is one of the most famous places to visit in Zambia. The presence of these falls has also led to the formation of tropical gardens and brooks in the area that you can explore on foot. The city itself is home to several gardens and picnics spots as well.

Apart from the stunning Victoria Falls, you can also check out places like the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park where zebras and deer roam free and the Livingstone Museum which is a hub of local history, archaeology and ethnography. The Railway Museum is also an interesting attraction that outlines the history of the railway in the area.

You can spend several days exploring the many adventures that Livingstone has to offer. This includes travelling to the Livingstone Islands from where you can get a clear view of the Victoria Falls, exploring the area around this majestic waterfall on foot or hiking through the landscape of Livingstone.

The city experiences a hot semi-arid type of climate, very hot summers, cool winters and intense rainy seasons. The average temperature varies between 6 degrees Celsius at its lowest in winter and 43 degrees Celsius at its hottest during the summer season.

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Kitwe is a bustling industrial city located in the northern part of Zambia and in the South-Central part of Africa. It is one of the most developed commercial centres in the country that is a collection of small cityships and several suburban areas.

Due to the city being primarily an industrial centre in the copper belt, there is little natural beauty that you can enjoy here. However, on the outskirts of Kitwe, you can drive through vast stretches of grassland, see waterfalls and mountains in the distance and enjoy picnics in the manicured gardens that are built all over the city.

While the copper mines in the city are interesting places to visit, you can learn more about the development and history of this city in the local museums and galleries. You can also visit the famous Chembe Bird Sanctuary and the Mindolo Dam, which are some of the best places to visit in Zambia.

The serene natural beauty in the outskirts of Kitwe allows you to enjoy birdwatching, picnics, treks and hikes in the grassy terrain. Exploring the beautiful Nkana Mines, which is the main activity of the cityspeople is also an interesting activity to indulge in. You can also engage in several watersports such as boating, swimming and jet skiing when in Kitwe.

Kitwe experiences subtropical humid weather throughout the year. It is generally warm throughout the year, with intense monsoons and dry winter seasons.

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Chingola is one of the newest citys to be built in Zambia’s Copperbelt Province, in order to cater to the Nchanga copper mine. Chingola was established in 1943, and is one of the most picturesque citys, with innumerable gardens, flowers, clubs, hotels and stadiums. It is located near the northern border of Zambia, 411 km from Lusaka.

Chingola is one of the highest rainfall-receiving places in Zambia, which has led to the flourishing of many tropical trees, plants and the development of colourful gardens that are well-maintained by the authorities. It is surrounded by the natural beauty that you can explore on walks, hikes and invigorating treks through the region.

Some of the most exciting places you can explore when in Chingola include the Kafue River, which has a hippo pool, home to several families of these majestic animals. You can also travel 60 km from the city to visit the Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage, which rescues and provides sanctuary to orphaned chimpanzees. On the road to Kitwe, you can also visit the Five Mile Rock, which is one of the most popular Zambia tourist attractions.

Chingola is a vibrant city with golf clubs, swimming clubs, rugby club, tennis, hotels, cinema halls, gardens and shopping malls. You can spend your time soaking in the local culture, exploring the stunning flower gardens in the city and indulging in sports in the various clubs in city.

The warm and humid city of Chingola received a large amount of rainfall throughout the year, making it one of the wettest places in Zambia. The average temperature stays at around 21.1 degrees Celsius, making the weather pleasant and comfortable.

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Chipata, formerly known as Fort Jameson, is one of the fastest growing urban centres in Eastern Zambia. While previously it was the capital of old Zambia (North-Eastern Rhodesia), today, it is the administrative capital of the Eastern Province of the country. It is a popular stop for refreshments and refuelling for people travelling east to Malawi or to Lundazi in the north.

Chipata Is a typical Zambian city with bustling marketplaces, mountains on the horizons and a unique local natural beauty that you can explore. This includes 4 beautiful streams that drain into the Luangwa River.

While the city itself is filled with universities, golf courses, gardens, shopping malls and local markets, you can also explore the suburbs where the Ngoni people live. This indigenous tribe celebrates the Ncwala ceremony every year in February, where they commemorate the first harvest of the season.

Apart from exploring the rivers, streams and suburbs, some of the most popular things to do in Chipata includes visiting the Central Mosque and the Kanjala Hills. Markets such as the Kapata Market are also representative of the thriving culture of Chipata.

Chipata experiences a sunny and warm climate throughout the year, with January experiencing the highest amount of rainfall. The average temperature in summer, which lasts from September to December is around 31 degrees Celsius while in winter (June – July), the average temperature is 25 degrees.

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Located in the Northern Province of Africa, Kasama is a thriving city that can be found 856 km to the north-east of Lusaka. The city is located on the tip of the famous Lake Tanganyika and on the central-southern African plateau.

Kasama is one of the most beautiful places in Zambia, full of lakes, rivers, waterfalls and valleys. Five major rivers flow through the district including Lubansenshi, Chambeshi, Luombe, Lukulu and Lukapa, which are major Zambia tourist attractions. You can also, of course, explore Lake Tanganyika when you are in Kasama and check out the stunning Chishimba Waterfall that can be found on the Lumbee River.

Some of the oldest human relics can be found in Kasama. Cave paintings from the Stone Age have been discovered in the area and are some of the major attractions for tourists. Chishimba Falls is also one of the popular tourist attractions in Kasama.

Exploring the many rivers and waterfalls in Kasama is one of the most exciting things you can do here. The landscape is such that it allows for trekking and hiking expeditions in the outskirts of the city as well. Kasama is also home to the Bemba ethnic group, whose lifestyle and culture you can experience when you are visiting.

The city experiences a warm, and dry climate with heavy rainfall only during the month of December. During summer, the average temperature remains at around 28 degrees Celsius while in winter, the average temperature is 11 degrees Celsius.

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Lusaka is the capital city of Zambia and one of the fastest developing urban centres in all of Central Africa.  It is located on the southern side of the central plateau at an elevation of 4,196 feet above sea level. It has a well-developed network of highways from the north, south, east and west, making it a highly accessible city from all parts of the continent.

While Lusaka itself is a developing city with roads, shopping malls and tall buildings, the outskirts of the city is a place of exceptional natural beauty that people escape to for a respite from urban living. One of the most popular natural landmarks outside of Lusaka is Lake Kariba, which is ideal for boating trips, picnics and excursions. The area around Lusaka is surrounded by picturesque mountains on the horizon, large stretches of savannah land and peaceful water bodies, ideal for short trips.

When you are exploring the city, you can visit several tourist attractions and local hotspots such as the Lusaka National Park, the Sunday crafts Market, Chaminuka Game Reserve and the Kalimba Reptile Park. You can also get a taste of the local history at the Namwane Art Gallery and the National Museum.

Activities such as hiking, wildlife tours, safaris and camping adventures, eco-tours and road trips are popular ones enjoyed by tourists in Lusaka. Exploring the historical sites and museums on foot throughout the city is also a fun activity that can be enjoyed in Lusaka.

Due to the elevation at which the city is located, Lusaka enjoys a humid subtropical climate. The coldest month of the year is July, when temperatures drop to 14 degrees Celsius at night, whereas the hottest month of the year is October.

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Ndola is the third-largest city in Zambia in terms of population. It is also located in the Copper-belt region along with Kitwe and is actually the capital of the Copperbelt Province. It is located at a distance of 10 km north of the border with DR Congo. John Edward “Chiripula” Stevenson founded this quaint industrial city in 1904.

While Ndola is a peaceful industrial city with mining being the main occupation of the residents, just outside the border you can find endless stretches of grassland, a beautiful lake that has formed at the bottom of a crater and the Nsobe Game Camp, which is home to some of the beautiful local animals such as giraffes and antelopes.

The mine at Ndola is the prime attraction in the city. You can also learn about the relatively young history of the city in the Copperbelt Museum. You can also visit the Mupapa Slave Tree when you are in Ndola, which is a grim monument in remembrance of the slave-trading that used to take place even a few years back in the region.

Ndola has several cafes, restaurants and museums that you can explore when you are travelling through this city. Each place is a reminder of the history of Ndola, while the cafes serve delicious local food, as well as Italian and French delicacies. You can visit the Copperbelt Museum and the Dag Hammarskjold Memorial.

Ndola enjoys a humid subtropical climate, with the hottest months being October, November and December. Temperatures rise to over 40 degrees Celsius during this time of the year. The coldest months are June and July with the average temperature dropping down to 7 degrees Celsius. The area received heavy rainfall during December.

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Kabwe is another quaint and beautiful Zambian city that was founded in 1902 when zinc and lead deposits were discovered in the land. Today it is the capital of the Zambian Central Province, located 69 miles from the capital city Lusaka.

Kabwe has been a mining city since its establishment in 1902. It was one of the first places in Zambia to get railways and was an important political place. However, today, it is mostly barren land, with very little natural beauty to speak out. On the outskirts, however, you can find extraordinary natural beauty in places like the Lukanga Swamp, the Mulungushi and the Lunsemfwa Rivers and the Chikungunya Hills.

When touring through Kabwe, you can check out local attractions such as the Mulungushi Rock of Authority, the Mulungushi University, the Broken Hill Man Memorial which is the place where an ancient human skull was discovered, the local mall, golf course and library.

Apart from visiting the local university and the memorial sites, along with the monuments and mines, some of the most exciting activities you can do in Kabwe include golfing, fishing in the Lukanga Swamp, exploring the Wonder Gorge in Lunsemfwa River and hiking on the Broken Hill, which used to be an erstwhile mine.

October, November and December constitute the hottest months of the year when temperatures rise to 38 degrees Celsius during the day. July is the coldest month when the average temperature remains at 9 degrees Celsius. The area receives rainfall during December.

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Mufulira is another city in the Copperbelt Province of Zambia that was established in 1930. It is the administrative capital of the Mufulira District. The name of the city translates directly to “Place of Abundance and Peace” and shares its international border with DR Congo.

Mufulira is primarily a mining city, where the residents have built their lives around the mine. While the city itself is a functional urban unit, you can travel to the outskirts of Mufulira where you can check out rolling hills, valleys, rivers and much more where you can enjoy picnics and treks.

When you are out exploring the city, apart from the massive mining structures in Mufulira, you can check out the Chembe Bird Sanctuary and St. Lawrence Catholic Church, which are the two main tourist attractions.

Birdwatching in the Chembe Bird Sanctuary is a very popular activity in Mufulira. You can catch sight of many different and colourful migratory birds that frequent the sanctuary. Mufulira is also surrounded with rugged hills and valleys that are ideal for trekking and hiking.

Mufulira experiences warm weather throughout the year. During the monsoon season, which occurs primarily during December, the area sees a substantial amount of rainfall.

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Luanshya was discovered in the early part of the 20th Century when William Collier, an explorer, shot an antelope on the banks of the River Luanshya and in the process, discovered a rich deposit of copper in the area. Today, the city is an important site on the Copperbelt Province, located close to Ndola and a centre of sports, industry, culture and history and is one of the most interesting places to visit in Zambia.

Luanshya, also known as the wall-fence city, is known for the brilliant architectural layout of the streets and the many trees that can be found in all corners of the settlement. Due to the proximity to the Luanshya River, there have developed many gardens and flowering plants that are spread throughout the cityship.

Luanshya is home to the United Church of Zambia, one of the oldest churches in the country. It is also a city that has many gardens, picnic spots and grasslands where you can enjoy rides and tours. The city also has a massive golf course as well as several vibrant markets.

Some of the most popular activities that tourists can enjoy in Luanshya include hiking and trekking in the outskirts, golfing in the golf course, shopping in the many markets that sell local goods and items as well as mine tours in the local mine that is at the centre of society in Luanshya.

Luanshya has an extensive dry season which is hot and windy, whereas the monsoons are overcast and rainy. It is relatively warm throughout the year.

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Other Attractions

Considered a world-famous landmark, the Victoria Falls is one of the largest and most magnificent waterfalls in Africa. The waterfall was discovered in 1855 by David Livingstone, who named this breathtaking waterfall after Queen Victoria.

It is believed that the sound of the gushing waters can be heard from a distance of 40 km from the Victoria Falls, while the spray of water that emerges when the water hits the pool below can be seen from 50 km away. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most popular places to visit in Zambia and all of Africa.

Mosi-o-tunya Road, Livingstone, Zambia

Timing: Monday to Sunday (6:00 am – 6:00 pm)
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If you are searching for off-beat and wild places in Zambia that you can explore like a true adventurer, you can visit the Sioma Ngwezi National Park. It is located on the border that Zambia shares with Angola and Namibia and covers a vast area of wildland.

You can also access famous landmarks such as the Victoria Falls and Ngonye Falls from this park. The game reserve has a massive population of elephants who travel and roam freely. Accommodation is provided at night and you can enjoy thrilling safaris through the National Park.

Location: Zambia, South Africa
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One of the most famous places to visit in Zambia is the South Luangwa National Park. It is known locally as the “South Park” and it is considered one of the greatest and most well-maintained wildlife sanctuaries in the world.

The vast expanse of the park, covering an area of 9059 square kms, is home to several beautiful birds and animals such as Thirnicroft’s giraffe, hippos, crocodiles, elephants, zebras, buffaloes and more. You can take walking tours, self-driving tours, luxury tours and even get accommodation in plush camps and hotels on the property when you are here. All of these features make it one of the best Zambia tourist attractions.

Location: Luangwa River Valley, Zambia.
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One of the most popular Zambia tourist attractions and in fact, one of the most beautiful places in all of Africa is the famous Lower Zambezi National Park. It is often considered the epicentre of African wilderness, where herds of elephants, hippos, lions, buffaloes and other animals live in their primal state, in a well-protected ecosystem.

They all gather on the Lower Zambezi River, which is the main support system of the wildlife in the park. You can indulge in luxury safaris through the park, stay in some of the best camps and hotels in Africa, catch herds of elephants and zebras roaming the fields and sail on the river.

Location: Lusaka Province, Zambia
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If you are looking for unique places to visit in Zambia, you must visit the beautiful Shiwa Ngandu Manor House, also known as the Old Manor House. At the heart of the property lies a majestic old English country house built by Sir Stewart Gore-Brown who travelled to the area to work on the Anglo-Belgian Boundary Commission in 1914.

Surrounding this historical colonial bungalow is a large estate that is home to over 30 exotic species of animals and 200 bird species and a large natural lake. Guests who stay at the property can enjoy safaris, horse-riding tours, picnics, and boating here.

Location: Shiwangandu District, Muchinga Province, Zambia
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Covering a massive area of 22,400 square kms, the Kafue National Park is one of the most sought-after places in Zambia and the second largest National Park in Africa. The Kafue River flows through the park which also acts as a reservoir for the flora and fauna that thrive in the park.

Even though it is one of the oldest parks in the continent, it is largely unexplored, which has led to the increase in population of rare birds and animals. It is home to 33 species of mammals alone. You can enjoy walking safaris, jeep safaris, food, lodging, sports and activities in the park when you visit.

Location: Western Zambia, Africa.
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One of the most exotic and under-explored places in Africa is Lake Kariba. What makes it one of the most unique Zambia tourist attractions is the spectacular views of the surrounding natural landscape, the crags and hills on the banks of the lake, the breathtaking sunset you can enjoy and the many activities that tourists can indulge in.

It is also the largest manmade lake in the world, with a massive length of 226 km and width of 40 km. You can enjoy luxurious meals, boating expeditions, fishing opportunities and much more when you are at Lake Kariba.

Location: On the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia
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Lake Kashiba is one of the most thrilling Zambia tourist attractions because of its incredible natural beauty and the many local legends that are attached to the lake. It is believed that Lake Kashiba is cursed by the Lamba people who are natives of the area, and any fish caught from the lake will not die, and anything floating on the surface of the lake will be sucked down.

That being said, it is a popular picnic spot and the surrounding natural beauty makes it one of the most sought-after places in Zambia. The lake is also full of catfish and bream, whose population has thrived over the years because of the low rate of fishing that is done on this lake.

Location: South-west Luanshya, Zambia
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Located on the vast plains of the Kafue flats, the Blue Lagoon National Park is an undiscovered gem that is amongst some of the most memorable places to visit in Zambia. Due to the largely unexplored nature of the park, several exotic species of birds and animals have made their home in these peaceful plains.

When you take a safari through the park you can check out families of zebras, buffaloes, the Kafue lechwe and many migratory waterbirds. The highlight, of course, is the many stunning lagoons that have formed in the park.

Location: Northern Kafue Flats, Central Province, Zambia

Timings: open 24 hours
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If you are visiting Lake Kariba, it is likely that you will make a stop at Siavonga, which is the primary tourism centre for visitors to the lake. It is a well-developed, lakeside town, with luxury facilities, hotels, shops, tourism centres and every other amenity in place for a memorable tour of the place.

The town is also home to Bantu-Botatwe speaking people, which makes it one of the most interesting cultural places to visit in Zambia as well. The hotels here have infinity pools, terrace diners with expansive views of Lake Kariba and many more beautiful facilities.

Location: Siavonga District, Southern Province, Zambia
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Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is definitely one of most frequented places in Zambia because it is home to the famous Victoria Falls. The National Park shares its border with the city of Livingstone. It was established in 1972 with the express purpose of protecting, preserving and representing the wildlife of Zambia and has been successful in doing so over the years.

While there are many animals and birds that thrive here, people mostly visit to see the many elephants that have made their home in this park, along with exploring the majestic Victoria Falls as well.

Location: Livingstone, Zambia, Africa

Timings: Monday to Sunday (7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.)
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While the Kasanka National Park is one of the smallest National Parks in the country, it is by no means any less beautiful. This privately funded park has several lakes, shallow ponds, streams and rivers on the property, the largest of these being the Luwombwa River.

It is one of the most sought-after places in Zambia for peaceful explorers and birdwatchers, as well as for recreational activities such as fishing, boating and more. The park authorities are on an active mission to increase the elephant population that lives in the park.

Location: Serenje District, Central Province, Zambia
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This quaint town, which is also the administrative capital of the North-Western Province of Zambia, is an important centre in the Copperbelt region and home to several indigenous African tribes such as the Kaonde, the Luvale and the Lunda.

Solwezi is one of the most interesting places in Zambia because of the nearby Kikubwa Rock Stream Shelter, where paintings from the Stone Age have been discovered. 

Location: North-West Province, Zambia
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If you are looking for naturally beautiful Zambia tourist attractions, you must visit the Nsumbu National Park that covers a massive area of 2,000 square kms. Within the confines of the park, you will find 100 kms that consists only of the shore of the beautiful Lake Tanganyika.

The presence of the lake, along with many other rivers, streams, cliffs, bays and sandy beaches makes this one of the most picturesque National Parks in Zambia. You can enjoy safaris, overnight stays, outdoor camping and many more thrilling adventures when you are here.

Location: Lake Tanganyika, Northern Province, Zambia
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The beautiful sandy beaches in Samfya have formed on the banks of Lake Bangeweulu in the Northern Province. It is one of the best places to visit in Zambia because of its incredible natural beauty, the facilities and amenities you can get on the beach and the many activities you can enjoy when you are here.

You can enjoy boating, swimming, picnics and other fun activities on the beach, while enjoying food and drinks from the stalls that can be found on the promenade.

Location: Northern Province and Luapula Province, Zambia

Timings: open 24 hours
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Copper is one of the main industries that sustains several cities in Zambia, and The Copperbelt is the area where copper mining is most concentrated. It is composed of an entire province, with many cities contained within it, and Ndola as the capital.

Other notable cities in the Copperbelt include Luanshya, Kitwe, Kolwezi, Lualaba and Lubumbashi. It is one of the most representative places in Zambia, with the towns showcasing specimens from their colonial and native pasts and the development of the many copper mines in the area.

Location: Northern Zambia, Africa.

Timings: Open 24 hours
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Chirundu is home to many Zambia tourist attractions such as the Chirundu Bridges. It is located on the main road that connects the big towns of Harare and Lusaka. It is also one of the main access points to the famous Lower Zambezi National Parks.

The main attraction here is the Zambezi River that flows through the town and forms the epicentre of the life and livelihood of the residents.

Location: Lusaka Province, Zambia
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The capital of the Western Province in Zambia is the quaint town called Mongu, which is amongst the more offbeat and unique places to visit in Zambia. It is a small and quaint town where you can walk the streets, soaking in the culture and activities that take place here.

The annual Kuomboka ceremony is a very exciting event that draws in thousands of tourists. The town is located at an elevation and one of the best features of this place is the view of the vast and endless Liuwa Plain that you can see from almost all parts of Mongu.

Location: Western Province, Zambia
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Nyika Plateau National Park located in the northern Malawi region is a well known national park on the high altitudes of Nyika Plateau. Dotted with grasslands and dense wooded valleys, this place is one of the most sought after places among the adventure enthusiasts. Heading over to this place, you will be able to sight a wide range of rare and endangered flora and fauna. Some of the most common wildlife that you will encounter in this park are zebras, elephants, bushbucks, leopards, and antelopes. If you are lucky, then you will also be able to capture some rare species of birds like red winged francolins and wattled cranes.

Location: Northern Malawi, Zambian bord
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The Itezhi Tezhi Dam on the Kafue River is one of the iconic tourist destinations in West Central Zambia. The dam was constructed between 1974 and 1977. With a height of 62 meters and a crest length of about 1800 meters, the dam had a reservoir close to 390 square kilometers.

The dam was built to store water for the Kafue Gorge Upper Power Station. The ecosystem of Kafue has adapted itself to the changes brought along by the construction of the dam and during your visit, you will be able to sight a wide range of herbivores and fish species.

Location: Kafue River, West-central Zambia
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People Also Ask About Zambia

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Zambia?

    1. Victoria Falls: Undoubtedly, one of the most famous landmarks in Africa is also one of the best places to visit in Zambia. Apart from sightseeing here, you can also enjoy bungee jumping and white-water rafting in Victoria Falls.

    2. Livingstone: The city of Livingstone is one of the most popular places in Zambia due to its rich history, many tourist attractions, museums, markets, shopping malls and more. Walking tours of the city are also a very popular activity in Livingstone.

    3. South Luangwa National Park: The South Luangwa National Park has some of the densest population of native African wild animals such as giraffes, elephants and buffaloes, which makes it one of the most sought-after Zambia tourist attractions.
  2. Which are the best safari destinations in Zambia?

    1. Victoria Falls: While there are several beautiful safari destinations in the country, one of the most unique places in Zambia for a safari is in Victoria Falls. Elephant-back safaris and water tours are very popular here, while jeep safaris take you through the surrounding jungle areas.

    2. Lower Zambezi National Park: The wild mountains and the floodplains of the Lower Zambezi National Park qualifies it as one of the best places in Zambia for a safari. You can also go on a canoe safari on the lakes and rivers in the park.

    3. Kafue National Park: As the second-largest National Park in all of Africa, there is no dearth of natural beauty that you can explore in one of the most beautiful places in Zambia. Safari tours can reveal herds of travelling elephants, grazing zebras, lions, red lechwe and much more.
  3. Which are the best wildlife parks in Zambia?

    1. Liuwa Plain National Park: This relatively new National Park has turned into one of the most visited Zambia tourist attractions. The main attractions of the park are the stunning migration of the blue wildebeest, along with other animals such as lions, zebra and giraffe.

    2. Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park: Very popular amongst all Zambia tourist attractions is the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, which is home to the famous Victoria Falls. Apart from the falls, you can also experience thrilling adventures such as following the endangered white rhino on foot.

    3. Lower Zambezi National Park: One of the most beautiful places to visit in Zambia includes the Lower Zambezi National Park, where you can enjoy canoeing and walk through the wilderness.
  4. What is the best time to visit Zambia?

    The best time to visit Zambia is during winter and spring. This is between the months of June and July, which consists of the peak winter season and then from August to November, which is when the summer starts setting in. The average temperatures during this time vary between 14 to 25 degrees Celsius, making it pleasant for tours and safaris.

    You can also see migratory animals during this time and avoid the rainfall that the area receives during December, which makes it easier to explore all the wonderful places to visit in Zambia.
  5. How to reach Zambia?

    By Flight: The busiest airport in Zambia is in the capital city of Lusaka. Livingstone also has a busy airport. Both places receive flight from all over the world, with a number of international airlines operating from these cities.

    By Train:
    Zambia has an extensive and well-connected railway system with trains travelling in and out of the country from all over Africa. The cities inside Zambia are also connected by train, with the busiest railway station in Lusaka.

    By Road:
    Zambia also has well-developed roads that connect it to the adjoining state of Congo, Zimbabwe and others. You can take a road trip through the country for an authentic Zambian experience.
  6. Is Zambia worth visiting?

    Yes, Zambia is one of the most beautiful countries in Africa, with over 20 National Parks, several Rives and the majestic Victoria Falls. Apart from the many beautiful places to visit in Zambia, there is also a vibrant culture and local history that is worth exploring.

    Some of the oldest remains of human civilization have been found in Zambia and the Copperbelt has become one of the largest economic assets for Africa in modern times. Other Zambia tourist attractions consist of beautiful lakes, rivers, beaches, museums, historical sites and other unique destinations.
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