Zambia, also known as the Republic of Zambia, is located in East Africa, which shares a border to Malawi by East, Angola to the west, and the Democratic Republic of Congo to the north.
Zambia Capital city is Lusaka, and their official language is English, with other national languages in the country.
Zambia got its name after the fourth-biggest river in Africa, the Zambezi after Niger, Nile, and Congo rivers.
The country contains beautiful wildlife, forestry, natural resources, and warm waters to make you feel special in this country.
Zambia is a large country, and more than half of the countries are made up of national parks to behold the beauty of nature.
Festivals held in Zambia include Kuomboka, the most famous festival in the country, Likumbi Lya Mize, N’cwala, Umutomboko, Chakwela Mukumbi, and Ukusefya Pa Ngwena festivals which are usually full of music and dance.
Popular places in Zambia include Victoria falls, twice the size of Niagara falls, and has a UNESCO heritage tag; Kitwe, Kasanka national park, Livingstone park, Nsumbu National Parks are all places to experience nature and wildlife.
Popular foods in Zambia include chibwabwa, curried Gazelle, and ifisashi, while popular drinks include Munkoyo, which is Zambians favorite non-alcoholic drink in the country, Mosi, the local beer, and Chibuku.