Raw. Compact. Tight. Zambia is a last bastion of the true wilderness.

Deep in the bush in unfenced camps, where game and prey wander around, you undauntedly set up camp. They exchange stories and sleep under the stars. From its wide, calm rivers and thunderous rapids to teeming national parks, where hiking safaris are among the best in the world, spend hours or even days on adventures without meeting another human soul.

Put on your hiking boots for an epic walking safari, from a few tingling hours to multi-day bush walking adventures with private guides and mobile safari camps. Take private safaris by 4×4 or horseback. After dinner, dance to the rhythm of the drums on the edge of the Victoria Falls. Hike along the 23 white-water rapids of mighty Zambezi River between steep black cliffs or hover in a helicopter or microlight over the Zambezi gorge and waterfalls. Sleep in a mobile camp under the stars at the waterfalls. Get rid of the lines and go fishing for tiger fishing. Take a relaxed river safari to see giant crocodiles. After a hard day, make yourself comfortable in tailor-made camps, luxury safari lodges or secluded bush villas.

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WOW MOMENTS ZAMBIA

SOUTH LUANGWA

The Luangwa River is the most intact river system in Africa and is the lifeblood of this 9059 km2 park. The park is home to a variety of wildlife, birds and vegetation. The now famous “walking safari” originated in this park and is still one of the most beautiful ways to experience Africa’s pristine wilderness up close. South Luangwa National Park is home to 60 different species and more than 400 different species of birds.

SAFARI ONCE ON FOOT

Zambia is home to the hiking safari and its abundant wildlife is especially exciting to explore on foot. Elephants, lions, wild dogs, hyenas, giraffes and puku are just a few of the many species that you will encounter. You experience a special thrill and change of perspective, if you are unexpectedly in front of a buffalo herd.

VICTORIA FALLS

Victoria Falls offers a spectacular sight of stunning beauty and splendor on the Zambezi River, which forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Kololo tribe, who lived here around 1800, described the Victoria Falls as “Mosi-oa-Tunya” – “The smoke that thunders”. Modern is also called the overwhelming Victoria Falls as the largest curtain. During the rainy season, more than five hundred million cubic meters of water per minute fall over an almost two-kilometer-wide ledge over a depth of over one hundred meters.

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Season / Weather / Climate

Zambia is in the tropics and receives good rainfall. It has a dry season from May to the end of October and a rainy season from November to April.

Time shift

The time difference compared to the Central European Time (CET) is + 1 hour. During summer time, there is no time difference between Germany and Zambia.

Language

In Zambia other 7 languages ​​are officially recognized except English. Among these regional languages, Bemba is the most prevalent, with more than 52% of the population speaking it as mother tongue or second language. This Bantu language is used by the Bemba tribe and belongs to the family of Niger-Congo languages.

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To eat and drink

Zambia’s staple food is corn, cooked in different ways. Nshima is the main dish in Zambia. A corn porridge known as Sadza in Zimbabwe and Mieli Pap in South Africa.

People

With over 70 different tribes in Zambia, there is a great cultural diversity. Interestingly, it is one of the few countries in Africa with very little tribal hostility; The existence of so many tribes has proved less of a political problem in Zambia than in many other African countries. The main tribes are the Lozi, the Bemba, the Ngoni, the Tonga, the Luvale and the Kaonde.