A peaceful, gentle land, Zambia is one of the most water-rich countries in Africa, with abundant wildlife and raw wilderness. Home to the legendary walking safari and crowned by arguably the most spectacular natural wonder of the world, the Victoria Falls, known locally as “Mosi-au-Tunya” or the “Smoke that thunders”.

Whilst Zambia is now one of Africa’s most urbanized countries, much of the country remains wild, underdeveloped and unspoilt, with a great percentage of land allocated by the government to conservation projects, national parks and game management areas. Many of these parks are home to incredible numbers of Africa’s most-feted wild mammals and extraordinary birdlife.