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Zambia is a landlocked country located in southern Africa. It is bordered by the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north, Malawi to the east, Tanzania to the north-east, Mozambique,   Zimbabwe , Botswana and Namibia   to the south, and Angola to the west.The country has a population of 14,309,466 (2012) inhabitants and is the capital Lusaka.Zambia is a Christian country, but there are several traditional religions. The official language is English. The main local language, especially in Lusaka , the Nyanja

In 1964 the country became independent from Britain. Zambia, formerly Northern Rhodesia, it was named after the British imperialist Cecil John Rhodes (1853-1902) who earned a fortune at the expense of southern Africa’s natural resources. The country has major problems with the HIV / AIDS epidemic, and approximately 70% of Zambians live below the national poverty line. Agriculture is important to the economy, but the country has important mineral resources such as nickel, tin, copper and uranium, and it attracts international mining companies. In particular, copper has been important to the economy.

Victoria Falls which is located southwest of the country is one of Zambia’s main tourist attraction. The highest drop is 108 meters high and one of the most popular places is the “devil’s pool.” Most visitors arrive via Victoria Falls airport in Livingstone, located near the border with Zimbabwe. Houses the Livingstone museum in an engaging way conveys the country’s history. Lake Kariba, which is 200 km long and 50 km wide and is located two hours outside of Lusaka, is an important recreational area ideal for excursions.

Zambia parts of Lake Tanganyika with three other countries in the north. This is one of the oldest, deepest and longest lakes in the world with many colorful tropical fish.

Zambia has many national parks, one of which is the South Luangwa National Park in northeast Zambia. It offers Africa’s most intact river system, and is known for its rich flora and fauna. It includes hippopotami and savanna elephants. The national parks are mostly good opportunities for accommodation.

Kenneth Kaunda International Airport   Located about 25 miles northwest of Lusaka.Livingstone and Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport is the closest hotel to Victoria Falls.