The Real Africa! One Zambia, One Nation
Visit the great valleys of Zambia; the Zambezi Valley on the one side, the Luangwa Valley on the other. In the Lower Zambezi Valley, the Zambezi River will ignite dreams of Dr. Livingstone on his early expeditions, discovering the mighty thundering Victoria Falls. In the Luangwa Valley you can visit South Luangwa National Park with the largest leopard population in Africa, and North Luangwa National Park, one of the last wild frontiers. If you’re a real adventurer during the dry months you can travel overland between the North and South parks following the Luangwa River, passing through Luambe National Park – a real treat for those looking to be in an area where you may not see another vehicle for a day or two!
Zambia has vast wild tracts of diverse habitat little visited, such as the Bangweulu Swamps, where we’ll search for the rare Shoe-billed Stork, the Black Lechwe that exists in the 1000’s and in Kasanka National Park you’ll have good chances to view the Sitatunga antelope from a tree hide. With its vast wilderness, and its infrequently interspersed traditional villages of friendly Zambian people, it can be said that Zambia is the ‘real Africa’ indeed!
A riddle made by God has no solution.
– Zambian Proverb