Once you travel to Zambia you will have Victoria Falls in your mind, a natural spectacle worth seeing.
The Zambezi River, 2,700 miles long is the protagonist of the falls of more than a mile wide that form a natural border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
What to do in Zambia
In Victoria Falls area you can perform various activities; elephant safaris, helicopter rides to see the falls from a different perspective, rafting… Amazing, right?
You will be witnessing the power and magnificence of nature. Its wingspan and height are such that leave you speechless. Imagine a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River. From the boat you will see the banks of the river, the scenery is breathtaking .
One of the two main entrances to visit the falls is Livingstone, the former colonial capital where you can walk through its streets still preserved buildings of British influence.
Zambia’s population is concentrated in the cities, especially in the capital, Lusaka, which has allowed the development of national parks. Among them we can highlight the Lower Zambezi National Park, a secluded and exotic park with a wide variety of wildlife.
In Luangwa National Park you can see is only some species on the planet, as the Thornicroft giraffe, among others.
Also worth a visit Kafue National Park, one of the largest in the world with more than 22,000 square miles of wild beauty. A boat ride on Lake Kariba will be another unforgettable journey into the heart of Africa.