Zambia’s wilderness is depicted by the vastness of unexploited areas, large wetlands and mountain highlands which altogether contribute to the country’s status as an outstanding place where wildlife flourishes and game-watching becomes a unique experience.
No wonder with its unspoiled nature and a third of the country’s land being protected, Zambia has become the first African destination of legendary walking safaris – among other interactive forms of wild animal spotting.
Plus, plunging into Zambian wildlife is reserved to only a few travelers as the southern African country’s tourism is yet to develop.
While experiencing exclusively and tightly the animal inhabitants of South Luangwa, Kafue and Lower Zambezi ranking among the finest game parks in the world, spectacular waterways such as the Zambezi River offer adrenaline-thrills or an unbent playground of activities for all ages.
Undeniably, the iconic and world-famous Victoria Falls present a must-see of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur where the Zambezi River transforms from a placid river into a ferocious cataract.