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Overview


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Zambia is the land of glorious sunsets, friendly people, ancient traditions and mystic legends, of nature at its wildest and most exquisite.

A legendary African walking safari, the earth's biggest waterfall, the wild Zambezi River, breath-taking lakes and wetlands, profusion of birds, abundant wildlife, and raw, pulsating wilderness, .......all in one friendly country!!
 

The country has 19 game parks and 34 game reserves . That's 30% of Zambia's land. Some game reserves are privately owned while the major ones are state controlled. There is a wide variety and a profusion of wildlife both large and small and over 740 bird species. So it is a birder’s paradise too!

A part from its abundant wildlife in national parks and game reserves, rivers, and lakes, Zambia holds 6% of the worlds copper reserves. It also has world class quality emeralds, aquamarines, amethyst and tourmalines.

Zambia has a spectacular variety of waterfalls . Among them is the magnificent Victoria Falls with awe inspiring and spectacular views. Livngstone town, as the Adventure Centre, has a wide selection of hi-action activities such as world class river rafting, bungi jumping into the deep gorge below the falls, abseiling, canoeing safaris down the Zambezi, river surfing, excellent tiger fishing or even watching the breathtaking African sunsets on Lake Kariba.


Vegetation is savanna type with lots of trees varying in density. The climate makes Zambia suitable for a wide range of farming crops. Vegetables and fruits such as citrus, bananas, pineapples, mangoes, avocadoes, all grow.


To conserve the natural resource the stakeholders in the tourism industry put emphasis on conservation efforts .

 


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