Honeymoon in Zambia

Safaris, spectacular waterfalls, birds and wildlife...

Land of the legendary African walking safari, home of the Victoria Falls, the wild Zambezi River, breath-taking lakes and wetlands, a profusion of birds, abundant wildlife, and raw, pulsating wilderness... all in one friendly country.

Acknowledged as one of the safest countries in the world to visit, Zambia's welcoming people live in peace and harmony.

The Wildlife is superb and some of the finest Safaris on the planet are available from our fine lodges and safari companies.

Blessed with 17 magnificent waterfalls apart from the spectacular Victoria Falls, Zambia offers tours to 'cascade followers' into the remote undeveloped rural areas where you can get a glimpse of village life. Zambia has the largest water resources in the whole of southern Africa with 5 massive lakes and plentiful rivers offering excellent fishing..

A wide range of hi-action activities from the legendary Walking Safari deep in the wilderness, to world class River Rafting, Bungi into the deep gorge below the Victoria Falls, Abseiling, Canoeing Safaris down the Zambezi, River Surfing, excellent Tiger Fishing and breath-taking African sunsets.

Not to be missed are the spectacular views of the magnificent Victoria Falls, and then add on a safari. Zambia has some of the best Game Reserves in the world.

Choose from a variety of Wildlife Safaris to enjoy Zambia's astounding and divTry Adventure activities for high action adrenaline thrills and off-the-beaten track adventures: rafting, kayaking, canoeing trails, 4x4 routes, houseboating, horseback trails, scuba diving, bungi jumping, microlighting and some of Africa's best fishing spots.

Zambia has an incredible natural heritage with many unique species found only here.  Bird lovers, there are over 740 species of birds in Zambia.


Zambia has one of the lowest population to land ratio’s in Africa. Only 10 million people in a country half the size of Europe. The employment opportunities offered in the post independence era in the copper mines and associated industries led to a strong rural-urban migration. The result has been to make Zambia one of the most urbanised countries in Africa. About one fifth of the population lives on the Copperbelt to the north of the capital, but the biggest concentration of people is in Lusaka itself with an estimated population of over 2 million. This has resulted in massive tracts of uninhabited land across the country.


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