Best Zambia Tourist Attractions
With the motto "Discover the real Africa", Zambia is untamed Africa at it's finest with some of the largest and remote national parks on the planet, never mind in Africa. Zambia is all about wildlife, birding and extraordinary safari experiences ranging from game drives to walking safaris all the way through to canoeing and boating safaris.
At Uyaphi.com, we absolutely love the country and what she has to offer, with the best attractions ranging from the Basunga plains and the Kafue River, walking the banks of the Luangwa River to sunset cruises of the Zambezi River all the way through to the yearly Kasanka Bat migration. Zambia, simply put, is amazing and, in all honesty, should be on everyone's bucket list when travelling to Africa.
Below we feature the most popular and top attractions the country has to offer, which are equal to the Serengeti, Kruger National Park and the Okavango Delta.
The question has to be asked: why not Zambia for your African safari?
Top Tourist Attractions In Zambia
- Kasanka National ParkKasanka National Park, one of Zambia's smaller and less visited national parks offers up a wide range of ecosystems, including rivers, lakes, wetlands, forests, lagoons, meadows and dambos. The main attraction of Kasanka is the annual bat migration between November and December.
- Mosi Oa Tunya National ParkMosi Oa Tunya National Park, Zambia's smallest national park (66 square kilometres in total), awaits all that visit this side of the Zambezi River. What makes the national park of interest is that within her boundaries lies the mighty Zambezi, the amazing Victoria falls and the adventure-filled Batoka Gorge.
- Lower Zambezi National ParkLower Zambezi National Park, one of Africa's most beautiful national parks, with the mighty Zambezi River, large flood plains and the Zambezi Valley Escarpment all on centre stage. A smallish park that offers excellent wildlife and birdlife sightings and experiences. One of Africa's best.
- South Luangwa National ParkSouth Luangwa National Park, one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries found on the African continent. South Luangwa is the official home of the 'walking safari', a must-do safari activity in which one gets to walk the banks of the Luangwa River in search of the valley's fabled wildlife and birdlife.