Zambia’s top tourist attractions

10 May 2018

ZambiaKnown for having retained its same uniquely magical elements from ages before, Zambia is regarded as one of the most beautiful and friendly countries in Africa. It offers a diverse list of attractions for those looking to visit.

South Luangwa National Park
Known for being the best park in Zambia, South Luangwa is packed with animals such as giraffes, buffalos, elephants, hippos, and around 400 species of birds.

Devil’s Pool
Popular among tourists, the Devil’s Pool offers a breathtaking, natural infinity pool located on the edge of the Victoria Falls. Think that sounds like an exciting experience? You are not wrong – Look over the edge and you will be provided with an exhilarating view of the 100m drop. It is however important to note that swimming here is only an option from around mid-August to mid-January.

Lilayi Elephant Nursery
Game Rangers International (a Zambian conservative NGO) set up an elephant nursery in order to rescue and rehabilitate orphaned elephants before they are taken to Kafue Release Facility. It is a fun and endearing experience to witness elephant calves learn to behave and interact with wild animals.

Kafue National Park
Kafue National Park is the largest park in Zambia and one of the largest world-wide too. It provides a spectacular look into the diverse wildlife and an opportunity to explore the many habitats. Luckily, it is one of the few parks which are easily accessible by public transport.

Lake Bangweulu
Primarily known for being a fishing source, this is one of the world’s great wetland systems. The world ‘Bangweulu’ means ‘the place where the water meets the sky’, and sure enough, the waters here blend in so beautifully with the horizon, making it difficult to tell where the horizon even is.
Although plans for developing a tourist resort have been rumoured, they have not yet been implemented. However, this is still a highly-recommended spot to drop by and appreciate.

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