The untouched nature of Zambia annually attracts thousands of travelers from all over the world with its unique flora and fauna, endless national parks and large waterfalls. The local nature reserves are truly considered the best on the whole continent, due to their absolutely exotic plants and numerous rare birds and animals species that may be easily watched in their natural habitat on the multiple hiking and safari tours offered to the country s visitors.
Lusaka is the capital of the country and at the same time one of the largest cities of the country, which is considered the main economical, cultural and political centers of Zambia.
Photographers from all over the world gather in Zambia every year to take photos of its most varied and colorful birds species that are dwelling all over the territory of the country. At the same time, taking photos of the local tribes is strictly forbidden by the laws of the country.
But besides that, the main local sightseeing that annually gathers thousands of travelers here from all over the worlds is the famous Victoria Fall with the height of 170 meters and about 20 meters width. The waterfall is situated straight on the border with Zimbabwe, so it s quite comfortable to admire its greatness equally from both of the countries. Knife Edge Point is the perfect spot for the falls watching, which is usually not so much crowded with the foreign tourists.
Other popular local sightseeings are represented by the country s 20 national parks that are literally spread all over its territory. The most popular ones are represented by Kafue, Sioma Ngwezi, North and South Luangwa National Parks. The unusual local flora consists of thick green forests, endless steppes and tiny lagoons. The most African wild animals may be met in the local national parks in their natural habitat, including lions, leopards, elephants, zebras and other representatives of the local fauna.