Zambia is the perfect diamond, lost in the sands of Africa. It is like no other country in Africa, with its captivating wildlife parks and natural attractions. Its natural beauties have captivated visitors from all around the world, especially its wonderful waterfalls, gushing rivers and thriving fauna. Head onto this destination if you want to experience an exotic adventure, that will leave you wanting for more!
Begin your journey at the city of Kawambwa and its various tea plantations before you travel to the city of Kasama. Next travel to Mpik and its various waterfalls before you travel to Kapiri Mposh and onto Ndola. Next, travel to the industrial city of Chingola before you land in the city of Solwezi and experience the tribe culture that thrives here. Move onto the city of Zambezi, which is located on the longest river in the country before you journey towards Kabwe and its various attractions. For a change in the rural culture, move onto the capital city of Lusaka where visitors can relax in the various cosmopolitan accommodations. Travel to the coastal city of Sinazongwe after which, the city of Livingstone will be your last destination where you can complete your journey.
Zambia is filled with its fair share of captivating attractions that will leave visitors in complete awe. Visit the majestic and gushing waters of the famous Victoria Falls along with the Victoria Falls Bridge that connects to the country of Zimbabwe. Visitors can visit the exotic Railway Museum which has protected and preserved the exotic Zambian railway heritage. To experience the tribal culture first hand, visitors can travel to the Choma Museum and Crafts Project which is dedicated to preserving the heritage of the Tonga tribe. No visit to this country is complete without visiting one of the various museums here. Some of the must visit museums are the Luksa National Museum, the Livingstone Museum and the Coppebelt Museum, where each structure provide its visitors with a glimpse into the historic culture and past of the country.
The Zambian cuisines are as delectable as its various attractions. Most of the cuisines are made from the local staple of maize. Visitors can try the savouring thick porridge made from this staple and dipped in a delightful variety of stews. These stews are made up of the local game, pumpkin leaves, peanuts and okra. Visitors can also try the delectable Dere, which is also normally eaten with sadza. Wash down this meal with the local brew of Mosi or Masese to complete the traditional meal from this country.
Zambia is proving to be a land of endless adventures and escapades. Visitors can travel to the various safari destinations where they can experience the true beauty of the country through its flora and fauna. Go boating or river cruising on the various rivers here. For a more adrenaline driven experience, go bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls bridge or even go kayaking over the raging river waters. With the plethora of animal back riding through the various safaris here, visitors can experience the wonderful attractions within the country.
An exciting journey will be filled with a large variety of adventures and experiences, which can include both good and bad. A priority on this trip is safety for yourself and your family which is extremely important. With unforeseen mishaps and calamities a high probability, it is important that you have a safety net. Flexicover, with its range of single trip travel insurance, multi-trip travel insurance, gap-year travel insurance and many other covers, ensures that you are well equipped for every eventuality.
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