If you are out to experience the real Africa, Zambia is that diamond in the rough. The country boasts some of the continent's best wildlife parks, and shares (with Zimbabwe) some of the region's major highlights: Victoria Falls in Southwestern Zambia, Lake Kariba as well as Lower Zambezi National Park in Southeastern Zambia. It is also an angler's dream, as fishermen hail from all over the world to try their luck on the mighty Zambezi River with the hopes of landing a toothy tigerfish or the rare, giant vundu. Avid birders also flock to Zambia to glimpse its fabulous diversity of birds, most notably Chaplin's barbets. Save Lusaka and Livingstone, this is the real Africa, so rare among the increasingly developed and westernized parts of the region. To enjoy a raw edge and an Africa with few tourists, Zambia is the place you are looking for
Republic of Zambia
The majority of the Zambian's are indigenous: Bemba, Tonga, lozis, Nyanja, and so on.
English is the official language but also speak some 70 indigenous languages.
Many people practice Christianity and indigenous beliefs at the same time, if not follow one of two. Part of the population is Muslim and the other is Hindu.
Victoria Falls Overview
White Water Rafting