is the real home for the mighty
one of the 7 wonders of the world and the largest water fall in the
world. Other tourist attractions include: Kariba Dam (one of the
largest man-made lakes in the world); and the Kalambo Falls (one of
the deepest falls in the world).
boasts of 19 National Parks, with one of the largest in the world (Kafue
and 34 game management areas and 23 million hectares devoted to the
conservation of a spectacular variety of wild animals and bird
species. It has one of the largest concentrations of game in
has a rich cultural heritage and therefore has a number of cultural
sites that could be visited. It holds a number of traditional
ceremonies including the Kuomboka (in the
Ncwala (in the Eastern
Likumbi Lyamize (in the
Shimunenga (in the Southern Province) and Mutomboko (in
Tourists can take part in a variety of adventure
activities such as white water rafting, water skiing, canoeing, boat
cruises, bunji jumping and tourist camping.
was named by the British 2004 “Trends and Spends survey” as Africa’s
No. 2 tourist destination after South Africa.
Visit the Zambia
Tourism Board website for more infomation.