ZAMBIA – ‘THE REAL AFRICA’
While mighty Victoria Falls may pique your interest, it is by no means the only reason to visit Zambia. The world’s largest waterfall, which sits on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, is just an introduction to the country’s vast natural water resources.
Boasting the world’s longest lake – Lake Tanganyika – and 20 National parks, Zambia has no shortage of aquatic and wildlife attractions. And let’s not forget the rivers. The Zambezi River provides the perfect opportunity to snag a toothy Tigerfish or enjoy a refreshing sundowner whilst witnessing wild animals quenching there thirsts from its mighty banks . The good news for birders is that these river systems are also home to an array of spectacular birdlife.