Zambia is a landlocked country in southern Africa that is famous for rugged terrains and diverse wildlife. If you are thinking of zebras, elephants, and lions you can head to this wonderful country, book a guided tour, and enjoy sightseeing so many things.
Imagine waking up in the morning, the air is still cool and filled with buzzing and chirping cicadas and birds. You’re walking single file along a dusty hippo trail where your guide discreetly gives a signal to standstill for you to see a great view of the wildlife – yes! That is Zambia. So if you are planning to visit this country, just sit and relax as we take you to a virtual tour of this beautiful haven in southern Africa.
Set off on foot in South Luangwa
South Luangwa is a popular spot in Zambia that features pristine wilderness. If you want a place that will help you break free from the hustle bustle of the city life – then this could be your saving grace. Immerse yourself in the wilderness. Sharpen your senses. See some animal tracks in the sandy riverbeds, discover a plethora of edible plants and be amazed by how much information you can glean from ubiquitous piles of animal dung. Don’t worry; you won’t be going alone as every tour here is guided.
Drive along the Luangwa River
South Luangwa is Zambia’s best known park because of the concentration of game around the Luangwa River. In fact it is one of the densest in Africa. Although you cannot find some rhinos here, there is more than enough big game to fill up your camera.
Get up close with Victoria Falls
This captivating Victoria Falls is like paradise not only for the locals but for the visiting tourists as well. Nothing will ever prepare you for your first sight of the Zambezi River in full flood thundering over the 500-million liter drop of water per minute crashing into a deep rocky gorge. You can’t help but be mesmerized by the cloud of mist and rainbow-lit spray it creates as it falls graciously.
Witness the biggest mammal migration on the face of the planet
If you happen to visit Zambia around October to December, you will be able to witness 10 millions of straw-colored fruit bats flying in the sky for migration. We know you’re thinking of East Africa’s Great Wildebeest Migration but you’re wrong – no, that is not the largest mammal migration the world – but it’s Zambia’s migration of the straw-colored fruit bats.