Life in Zambia

Zambia, located in the south-central part of Africa, is a land-locked country and has garnered a reputation for being one of the safest in the region. It is a country characterized by a tropical climate and has two main seasons (dry and wet). Zambia gained independence in 1964.

Tourism in Zambia
  1. North Luangwa National Park
  2. South Luangwa National Park
  3. Kafue National Park
  4. Ngonye Falls
  5. Victoria Falls
  6. Lake Tangaynika

Lusaka, the capital of Zambia is a vibrant city with an ethnically diverse population. There is a large immigrant and expat population consisting of people from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Europe and America. The main language spoken in the region is Nyanja, followed by Bemba. However, English is widely spoken as well. Lusaka has a wide range of restaurants due to its diverse population and also cheap and affordable facilities for accommodation. Modern malls, local markets and proximity to national parks make Lusaka an ideal city for young adults.

Kenneth Kaunda International Airport is the international airport in Lusaka, Zambia with a capacity of 2 million passengers a year. It is approximately 26 kms (16 miles) north-east of the city centre.

Tourism in Lusaka
  1. Lusaka National Park
  2. Kalimba Reptile Park
  3. Munda Wanga Environmental Park
  4. Eastpark Mall
  5. Kabwata Cultural Village

Plot No: 37605, KPTF Office Park, Lake Road, Lusaka, Zambia.