”Bithplace of the Walking Safari”
EXPERIENCE a Traditional-Style Walking Safari
With several days trekking – simple yet comfortable camps, or opt for the Luxury tented camps with day walks.
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There are seven official languages, namely Bemba and Nyanja which are widely spoken in Zambia, Luvale, Kaonde, Tonga, Lozi and Lunda. English is the official language and is also widely spoken.
Health, Vaccinations and Insurance:
Good health facilities are found in the country. As health precautions for travelling in Africa, we recommend that you consult your local doctor prior to travelling for possible immunisation and malaria prophylaxis. Comprehensive medical and repatriation insurance is recommended.
Zambia’s National currency is the Kwacha. International currencies such as the US Dollar and The British Pound are easily convertible at banks and bureaux de change, located in major cities only.
NATIONAL PARKS OF ZAMBIA
Kafue National Park
The Kafue River Basin stretches from central Zambia almost to neighbouring Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Busanga Plains ranks with the sub-continent’s most impressive game area.
Liuwa Plain National Park
An extremely remote area personifying wilderness to the extreme.
Lower Zambezi National Park
Untouched wilderness area, home to most fauna species.
South Luangwa National Park
Birthplace of Africa’s walking safari, prolific wildlife and birdlife. The Park is 9 050 square kilometres, situated in the eastern part of Zambia – known as the Luangwa Valley (the southern branch of the Great Rift Valley), close to the Malawi border.
Endemic to the Park are the Thornicroft giraffe and Cookson wildebeest. The Luangwa valley is also renowned for excellent leopard viewing.
North Luangwa National Park
The perrennial Muwaleshi River flows through the remote park.
Kasanka National Park
Straw-coloured bat migration is said to be the world’s largest mammal migration to the evergreen swamp forest.
Sumbu National Park
Lake Tanganyika borders the Park, protecting elephant populations, buffalo and a range of antelope.
World Heritage site and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The nearby Mosi oa Tunya National Park and the town of Livingstone.
A valid passport is required for all travelers and it should be valid for not less than 6 months for all nationalities.
Visas are required for most nationalities and can be obtained on entry.
KAZA VISA FOR ZAMBIA & ZIMBABWE
Visitors to Zambia and Zimbabwe can save time and money by obtaining one visa to visit both countries. The visa lasts for 30 days and covers those who visit Botswana for day-trips through the Kazungula border.
Citizens of 39 countries who are eligible to receive visas on arrival in both Zambia & Zimbabwe:
Argentina, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Britain (UK, Brunei, Canada, Cook Islands, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Rwanda, Slovakia Republic, Slevenia Republic, Spain, Switzerland, UAE, Uruguay, USA.
For more information visit http://www.kazavisa.info