Despite being a landlocked nation, one the most famous landmarks in Zambia is as wet as it gets. The country is home to the magnificent Victoria Falls near the border with Botswana and Zimbabwe, which is known for being one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Zambia is also a great place to go on safari as well as trekking giving visitors a true glimpse of Africa.
Some of the region’s most famous national parks are in Zambia. A visit to Lower Zambezi National Park, South Luwanga and Kafue, the second biggest park of its kind in the world, will take your breath away. You might also like to pay a visit to Lusaka, the capital, where you can experience some of the surprisingly vibrant nightlife.
Zambia doesn’t have any tolls in place for any of its roads.
In most cases, you have to pay for parking whether in a car park or on a street side. However, there are a few places where you can park for free.
There aren’t too many mechanics and recovery services available in Zambia in the event of an accident.