described as “real” Africa, Zambia remains off
the beaten track with some of the finest scenery in southern
Africa; much of this landlocked country is still wilderness.
The better known national parks include North and South
Luangwa, the Kafue and the Lower Zambezi. To the south are
the Victoria Falls and the Zambezi River, two of the continent’s
most famous landmarks. The concept of walking safaris originated
in Zambia as the optimal way to experience the wilderness.
The Lower Zambezi is also the best place
to catch some of the biggest tiger fish in Africa!
Credit and thanks for the
images included here goes to Ninian Lowis and Lara Lowis