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Zambia, a vast and largely unspoilt country, is besides its breath-taking scenery home to 19 national parks and shares the famous Victoria Falls with its neigbouring country Zimbabwe.  It is world renowned for the walking safaris in the South Luangwa National Park, and its abundance of wildlife in general. Discover Africa at its best and visit beautiful Zambia!

Explore the Kafue National Park which is Zambia's largest national park. Being the size of Wales it protects a wide variety of different habitats on an undulating plateau, veined by rivers. The Busanga Plains in the north-western part of the park is home to the Lufupa River, one of Zambia's most significant wetland resources.

You can find real adventure in the Lower Zambezi National Park which is relatively unspoilt. Its beauty lies in its pure wilderness. The diversity of animals and the opportunities to get close to game wandering in and out of the Zambezi channels are spectacular.

Without a doubt, a truly breathtaking experience is a trip to the Victoria Falls - one of the most spectacular natural wonders of the world. The mighty Zambezi River flows broad and placid to the brink of a 1700m wide lip before taking a 100 metre plunge into the thunderous, frothy chasm of the gorge below - a sight that you will never forget!  A spectacular sight especially when the river is in full flood between March and August.