The main city of Lusaka can be found in the south-central part of Zambia where the Copperbelt Province is located in the north-west – both of which are the core economic hubs of the country. Vic Falls which is one of the seven wonders of the world and is the largest waterfall in the world finds its real home in Zambia - there is much discrepancy around where exactly this natural wonder is situated as it borders between Zimbabwe and Zambia. This is one of the main attraction of Zambia and Southern Africa and is a memorable sight for all to witness. Other tourist attractions include the Kalambo Falls, found in the Kafue National Park. There is 23 million hectares of land devoted to conservations efforts of a spectacular variety of wildlife and bird species.
One of the largest concentrations of game in Africa can be found in Zambia, therefore, safari experiences are a must when visiting the country. There are also a number of cultural sites to be visited where the rich cultural heritage of Zambians is on display. Tourists can take part in some of the traditional ceremonies and have a variety of activities such as bungee jumping, white water rafting, canoeing and boating in addition to few other adrenaline inducing expeditions.
Accommodation in Zambia varies depending on which experience travellers seek. Luxury accommodation in the form of guesthouses, villas and self-catering safari lodges and tents are available while budget-friendly bed and breakfasts and backpackers are also on offer. Zambia accommodation also offers a number of hotels to choose from that are situated throughout the country in both Lusaka and surrounding areas. There are also a few resorts to choose from should you wish to have a more glamorous experience while revelling in the beauty that is Zambia