Landlocked country, Zambia is the meeting point of Central Africa, Southern Africa and East Africa.

Zambia is crossed by the Zambezi, which when it leaves the country becomes the source of the spectacular phenomenon of Victoria Falls. The country is full of the most beautiful African images: land of walking safari or safari by boat, rivers and grandiose falls whose history is inseparable from that of the explorer Livingstone and also a diverse ethnicity offering a multicultural life with exciting traditions.

In the areas which remain untouched on the banks of the Zambezi or on the grounds of large national parks, the fauna that can be observed is varied: herds of elephants and buffaloes, lions, zebras, leopards, hippopotamuses, crocodiles and hundreds of species of birds, a myriad of animals playing together and flying over this untouched land.