Where to go in Zambia

A mere taste of the places to visit in Zambia. These are the most popular Zambian destinations but there are many more interesting areas to discover...

The Zambian side of Victoria Falls has become better known in recent years. Livingstone offers a variety of accommodation ranging from budget-affordable to luxury lodges and hotels.

South Luangwa
South Luangwa is Zambia's premier safari destination. Superb game viewing on foot or from the comfort of an open game viewing vehicle and one of the best places to see leopard.

Lower Zambezi
A wildlife and fishing haven, The Lower Zambezi National Park and surrounding game management area is remote Africa at its best. A great place for canoeing safaris, fantastic fishing and wildlife safaris.

Bigger than Wales and one of Zambia's least known wilderness secrets, Kafue National Park has vast wide open spaces, flood plains, rivers and even the Itezchi Tzechi dam to discover. A truly breathtaking opportunity to experience Africa's greatest gift - space.

Lake Kariba
Bordered by Zambia and Zimbabwe, Lake Kariba is a huge man made lake which was created when the Zambezi River was dammed. Explore the islands, laze on a houseboat or fish for Tigers on this huge expanse of water.

Upper Zambezi
Western Zambia and the upper Zambezi is  is probably best known for the superb fishing, Sioma Falls and the zebra migration of the Liuwa Plains. However this area is culturally rich and is where the  annual Ku-ombuko ceremony when the Lozi king moves home to higher ground, takes place in Barotse land at the end of March.