Tale of Three Rivers
Landlocked and bordered by Tanzania to the northeast, Malawi to the east, Mozambique to the southeast, Zimbabwe and Botswana to the south and the Caprivi Strip of Namibia to the southwest, Angola to the west and Congo to the northwest, Zambia captures the essence of migrating wildlife through unfenced national parks and reserves and shares the mighty Victoria Falls with Zimbabwe, all these alone allows for vivid imagination of its geography and nature. Three rivers, the Kafue, Luangwa and Zambezi flows through the country defining its patterns of life and rhythm. Such are the infinite possibilities in Zambia that you have to see to believe.
Leopard and elephant territory not to mention, the cherished Victoria Falls. For lovers of a raw and authentic safari experience, Zambia offers a lot with its boutique camps, an air of exclusivity and great connectivity as part of a more conclusive African experience.
WHEN TO GO?
The Victoria Falls remain its number one attraction with the falls at the peak of its thundering powers from May to October. The dry season also provide respite with its pleasant winter offering enjoyable safaris in Kafue, South Luangwa National Park and much of the Lower Zambezi.