One awesome waterfall, three mighty rivers and countless wild animals.
As well as the spectacular landscape and wonderful wildlife, Zambia's vibrant culture will capture your heart. Explore the traditions of 73 distinct peoples - try getting involved at Likumbi Lya Mize festival, where masked dancers and market stalls fill the streets - or get to know the real Zambia in villages far from the beaten path. Lose yourself in Zambia’s untrodden wilds where predators stalk, ungulates wander in search of water, and birds flit among the woodlands. A trio of national parks protect Zambia’s finest natural treasures and its huge wealth of wildlife, as well as its pristine river systems which feed a network of wetlands equally rich in African creatures.
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Wildlife of Zambia
Zambia hosts a rich variety of creatures of all sizes, and quite a few species that can only be found in this little corner of the planet. The country's incredible wildlife is one of the major reasons to visit. Enjoy this brief introduction to Zambia's endemic species.
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