Victoria Falls rainbow smile
Breath taking views of Victoria Falls take center stage in Zambia’s natural beauty but there is so much more to experience. Zambia remains remote and relatively untouched, representing timeless Africa from half a century ago. Here, you will discover the abundance of wild and birdlife.The ancient waters of Lake Tanganyika, man-made Lake Kariba, and hot springs of Kapishya in North Luangwa National Park are the other worth seeing geological wonders.
Salute Africa offers a wide range of tour packages, day trips and experiences guaranteed to remain a highlight of the trip.
Interesting facts about Zambia
Tour to Zambia allows you to get acquainted with the culture and traditions of the friendly inhabitants of this wonderful country, and see all the beauty of the tropical side.
- Mosi-oa-Tunya, meaning “The smoke that thunders”, is how the local Kololo tribe best describe what is the world’s most awe-inspiring and largest waterfall plummeting 354 feet into a mile-long, ravaged chasm.
- There are always numerous rainbows over the Victoria Falls.
- Zambia is rich in copper, exported internationally. Local craftsmen make handy souvenirs for you and your loved ones.
- Lake Kariba is the world’s largest man-made lake and reservoir by volume. It lies upstream from the Indian Ocean.
- Zambia is acknowledged as one of the safest countries in the world to visit, with its citizens being welcoming and living in peace and harmony.
Activities and attractions in Zambia
Zambia’s natural attractions are located near its rivers. Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River is the main pride of the country. It collapses down for more than 100 meters.
- Visit the Victoria Falls, and explore fun and adrenalin activities surrounding it. Don’t miss a chance to swim in the famous Devil’s Pool next to Livingstone Island beside a mile drop of a gushing waterfall – an experience of a lifetime.
- If seeking adrenalin packed activities, there’s bungy jumping or zip lining from the Victoria Falls Bridge over the gorge and whitewater rafting in some unruly rapids.
- Explore the Falls from a bird-eye-view by taking Helicopter and Microlight flights.
- Swim under the Spray, a unique opportunity in the dry season from August to January.
- Said to be world-renowned, the Railway Museum is a must for any railway enthusiast.
- Mwela Rock Paintings – These are magnificent and truly a sight to see.
- Explore the wildlife in one of several national parks in Zambia. From traditional safari trips to canoeing safari along the game-rich shores of the Lower Zambezi or a walking safari through North Luangwa National Park, you are sure to find some exceptional wildlife experiences.
- Experience a close and personal encounter with lion, cheetah or an elephant.
Most popular dish is a maize or corn, ground and boiled to make a thick mash known as nshima. A lot of dried foods to promote its life shelf form part of locals daily diet.
Salute Africa’s selected portfolio of activities and safari experiences enables you to explore Zambia, from the famous Victoria Falls to the wildlife areas of the Kafue and Luangwa National Parks. Book your trip to Zambia with Salute Africa, to get a comfortable journey into the world of exotic wildlife.