Zambia is located in Southern Africa, to the east of Angola, and north of Botswana and Zimbabwe?. Home to earth’s biggest waterfall, Zambia has beautiful wildlife and scenery. Zambia’s population is more than 11 million people. English is the official language, but there are many other native languages spoken.
Temperatures in the country vary, depending upon where you are. Temperatures are highest in the valleys of the Zambezi, Luangwa, and Kafue Rivers, and by the shores of Lake Tanganyika, Mweru, and Bangweulu. The official currency of Zambia is the Kwacha, and Visas are always required of United States visitors.
One of the world’s most natural wonders is Zambia’s Victoria Falls, which forms the natural border between Zimbabwe? and Zambia. At it's highest, the Victoria Falls drop 345 feet, this is almost twice as far as Niagara Falls. This massive wonder spreads 1,700 feet wide and the view of the Zambezi River falling into the gorge below is one you will never forget.
Zambia is also known for it's extensive widelife. There are various safaris you can take to view the African wildlife. If exotic birds are what you enjoy, you can take a birding safari. For the fearless traveler, there are walking safaris, where one can see baboons, elephants, crocodiles, and buffalo.
Zambia is said to be one of the world's friendliest countries. Why not partake in it's natural and cultural wonders.