Lusaka is the capital of Zambia. The city is very populous and is said to reach 37 million in 2100. Lusaka is a place where you can fully enjoy the nature unique to Africa, and it is a place where the magnificent nature spreads. In national parks, you can play with very rare animals that are endemic to Africa. Despite being the capital, this city of nature is also a very relaxing place.
Lusaka is a city located in the southern part of Zambia.
Lusaka was a very peaceful place until the European invasion began. The name Lusaka was named after the chief in 1905. The city was invaded by England and became the capital of Northern Rhodesia. Later, when Zambia became independent, it became the capital of Zambia.
Lusaka has an average temperature of around 20 ° C throughout the year, but May-August is the cool dry season, and the coldest July can have a minimum temperature of less than 10 ° C.
In Zambia, the official language is English. There are many other ethnic languages that are used.
The crime rate increases in Lusaka when you go to the center. Be careful as there are so many pickpockets aimed at tourists.
Bantu people are the majority in Zambia. There are many other European and Asian immigrants.
In Zambia, the main industry is mining, which produces a lot of copper. Other than that, agriculture is flourishing, and it is said that 50% of the people are agricultural workers. Wheat and corn production is thriving.
There are many Christians in Zambia. Christianity is the state religion in Zambia.
Zambian kwacha is used.
Sightseeing spot 1 : Zambezi National Park
It is a huge national park with many herbivorous animals and birds. There are boat cruises and canoe safari as well as car safari.
Sightseeing spot 2 : Zambezi Sunset cruise
One of the popular tourist attractions. Cruises on the Zambezi River have several boats, where you can see beautiful sunsets and wildlife.
Sightseeing spot 3 : Chaminuka Lodge
It is an animal sanctuary on a vast site. It is a popular place for tourists to enjoy various activities such as boating, fishing, cheese tasting, and guided walking. You can also stay overnight.
Sightseeing spot 4 : Munda Wanga
It is a zoo in Lusaka. There is also a garden, mini athletics and a learning center. There are also animals that are endemic to Africa, and you can see rare animals.
Sightseeing spot 5 : National Museum
At the National Museum, you can learn about Zambia’s history, art, culture and religion. Local traditional houses and masks for traditional religion magic are on display.
Sightseeing spot 6 : East park mall
A shopping area in Lusaka. It is a very busy place with everything from general stores, food stores, restaurants and cafes.
Lusaka has plenty of accommodation. The nearest is Lusaka International Airport. Tickets and accommodations can be booked from the link below. It also supports other languages.