and other languages of ethnic groups.
Zambia is a land full of diversity – from its people, culture to
the varied landscapes, offering its visitors different experiences.
Zambia is home to Victoria Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world and one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World.
UNESCO World Heritage Site, due to its geological and ecological importance and the fact that it is a breeding ground for four endangered bird species and migratory bird species, including the Taita Falcon and the Eagle
It is also home to the Big Five (lions, elephants, leopards, rhinos and buffalo) that can be seen in South Luangwa National Park, the protected area for
Zambian cuisine remained largely free from outside influences until the
XIX century. However, Zambian foods contain ingredients such as cassava, peanuts and pepper. Starchy foods like Nshima are
served with grilled or boiled meat and vegetables.