Zambia’s sub-tropical climate makes it an ideal destination year-round. It is considered a country with large amounts of unspoilt natural territory and claims ownership over half of the famous Victoria Falls.

Large national parks such as Kafue and South Luangwa are teeming with game and are well maintained by the authorities. Accommodation options are vast with many luxury camps offering modern amenities in the bush.
The capital, Lusaka, is a bustling urban centre where travellers can check out local markets and get a feeling for the Zambian culture. Another popular town, Livingstone, is located just a short distance from the Victoria Falls and is popular with tourists.