Zambia, Home To The Mighty Victoria Falls, The Zambezi River and its White Rhinos
Despite being landlocked, Zambia is home to one of the most impressive water features in the world, the Victoria Falls. Known locally as 'The Smoke that Thunders', the poetry suits as the rumbling pillars of spray can be seen from over 50 kilometres away. But it's up-close that the Falls become utterly unforgettable.
Get drenched from the spray by standing on the Knife Edge, feel the roar of the Boiling Pot below and time your visit with a full moon to witness the awe-inspiring lunar rainbow.
With over a third of the country dedicated to game reserves, wild national parks and wetlands, natural Zambia is nothing short of memorable. Its bounties include white water rafting on the Zambezi River and white rhinos within earshot of the waterfalls, but for an everlasting experience simply walk.
Zambia still retains the raw, natural beauty it did when David Livingstone first set eyes on Victoria Falls. Immerse yourself as he did and explore the wilderness on a walking safari. Make eye-contact with crocodiles and hippos as they wallow on the riverbank, feel the heat as lions and hyenas prowl the grassland and meet nature's giants as you stand toe-to-toe with giraffes and elephants.
Complete one of Africa's finest safari experiences by bedding down in the bush beneath the stars with only the harmonies of wildlife for company. Keep your ears peeled too because beyond the beaten track that rustling could be the hooves of a zebra, the hoot of an owl or the thunder from the Falls.
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