Zambia, a landlocked country that lies between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Equator, measures 752, 610 square kilometres in size (about 467,650 square miles). Our large and diverse country is a land that not only inspired the birth of the famous African walking safari but also rejoices in an abundance of natural wonders, from a vast array of wildlife to huge lakes, mountain ranges and cascading waterfalls. The largest and most impressive of these waterfalls is Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
Very few places on earth offer the absolute freedom and untouched wilderness to be found in the National Parks of Zambia. The enormous open spaces provide healing elements of serenity and escape from an increasingly obtrusive and multiplying worldwide population.