2-day Lusaka city tour


This 2-day Lusaka city tour of Zambia includes a 1-night/1-day stay at the Chaminuka Game Private Reserve, which is the closest wildlife attraction to Lusaka. The journey begins and ends in Lusaka. Lusaka is the country’s capital and one of Southern Africa’s fastest-growing cities. The City of Lusaka is located at an elevation of 1280m above sea level in the center of Zambia on the Central African Plateau. The location of Lusaka is 150-30′ south of the Equator and 280-10′ east of the Greenwich meridian. The district covers 360 square kilometers of land. Although peak-hour traffic can be like that of other cities since road development isn’t quite keeping up, the town has the upbeat vibe of one that is growing. This is the ideal illustration, in the eyes of many, of the positive effects of economic liberalization on the nation. And when seen from the countryside, Lusaka is the glitzy capital that continues to entice rural Zambians to move to the city in quest of jobs and ambitions. Most people strive to earn an honest living by offering their goods or services while constantly wearing a grin.

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When you arrive at Lusaka International Airport, one of our representatives will greet you and take you on an exhilarating tour of the city. You will look around at interesting places including the Lusaka Museum, the Old and New Markets (Soweto Market), the City Center, the University of Zambia, Manda Hill with its assortment of shopping malls, and the Kalimba Reptile Farm and Munda Wanga Botanical Gardens. Afterward, retire for the night after enjoying lunch.

Take a transfer to the thrilling Chaminuka Game Private Reserve. 72 animal species, including mammals, amphibians, and reptiles, as well as a lovely lake and more than 300 different bird species, may be found in the reserve. After finishing your game drive, head to the airport to catch your journey back home.

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