Attractions/Activities

Zambia is commonly regarded as one of the most beautiful, friendly, diverse and unspoilt countries on the African continent. Aside from the majestic Victoria Falls (one of the 7 Natural wonders of the world), Zambia boasts of other attractions, such as, the Kariba Dam (the world’s largest man- made lake, by volume) and Kalambo Falls (One of the deepest uninterrupted falls and most important archaeological sites in Africa), and National parks, including Liuwa National Park which is home to the second-largest wildebeest migration in Africa.

Zambia also holds a number of traditional ceremonies including the Kuomboka, Nc’wala, Likumbi lyamize, Shimunenga and Mutomboko among many more.

Adventure Activities

  • Abseiling
  • Bungee Jumping
  • Elephant Trails
  • Flights over Victoria Falls
  • Gorge Swing
  • Horse Trails
  • Hydro-speeding
  • Kayaking
  • Lion Walks
  • River Boarding
  • Swimming Below Victoria Falls
  • Victoria Falls Devils Pool
  • Walk with Cheetahs
  • White Water Rafting

Safaris & Tours

  • Birding Safaris
  • Canoeing Safaris
  • Guided Safaris
  • Mobile Safaris
  • Photographic Safaris

Leisure Holidays

  • Fishing Trips
  • House Boating

Unique Museums

Copperbelt Museum
This museum in Ndola houses items found in the area dating back to the Stone Age.

Livingstone Museum

Livingstone’s famous museum has four galleries: Prehistory (archaeology), Ethnography and Art, History and Natural History. There is an interesting collection of David Livingstone’s belongings and descriptions of his routes.

Moto Moto Museum
Situated at Mbala in the Northern part of Zambia, the Moto Moto Museum houses an impressive collection of articles related to Zambian culture and folklore. It contains many aspects of Zambian art, tools, instruments, objects related to initiation ceremonies.

Other main museums include: Choma Museum; Lusaka National Museum, Maramba Cultural Museum, Nayuma Museum, Railway Museum and Victoria Falls Field Museum among many others

Swimming At The Devils Pool

During the drier months of the year, the Zambezi River drops quite substantially, and from mid-August to mid-January, it is possible to walk along the lip of the falls. This can only be done from the Zambian side. After thousands of years of erosion, many rock pools have formed and one of them has formed right on the very edge of the sheer drop. This is indeed the ultimate infinity pool.

Girls defy death at Victoria Falls! Devil’s Pool, Livingstone Island, Zambia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVFsiJBSQps

Walk with the Cheetahs

Graceful and elegant, beauty and speed, to name but a few of the attributes you will feel as you walk with the endangered African cheetah through the bush. This activity is unique, and nowhere else will you have such an opportunity to walk with these amazing cats in Zambia.

Zambia –A Beacon of Peace and Friendly People

Bungee Jumping

The highest, at 111m, commercial bridge jump in the world in the most spectacular setting!

This must be the ultimate adrenaline rush, as you leap into space, free as a bird, saved from the swirling water below by the rebound of the cord, then hurtled upwards again at great speed. It’s an indescribable feeling that will probably change your life!

Flights over the Victoria Falls

Known as the Flight of Angels, taking a helicopter flight over Victoria Falls is a once in a lifetime experience with breath-taking views and incredible photo opportunities.