Zambia strategically located and a sound infrastructure.
Zambia is a stable country straddling central Africa and forms a natural hub for the sub-continents diverse activities, having common borders with Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia.
The total area of the country is 752,614km² and, with a population of over 11 million people. The capital city is Lusaka with the population of 1.5 million, administratively the country is divided into nine Provinces.
Zambia is the most important route centre in central Africa and an important gateway between the region and the countries of southern Africa.
Lusaka is the capital and largest city of Zambia. It is located in the southern part of the central plateau of the country, at an elevation of 1300 m (4256 ft). It has a population of 3,100,000 (2007 estimate) and is considered one of the fastest growing (in terms of population) cities in Africa. It is a commercial centre as well as centre of government, and the four main highways of Zambia radiate north, south, east and west from it.
Attractions include Lusaka National Museum, the Political Museum, the Zintu Community Museum, the Freedom Statue, the Zambian National Assembly, the Agricultural Society Showgrounds (known for their annual agricultural show), the Moore Pottery Factory, the Lusaka Playhouse theatre, a cinema, the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in , a cenotaph, a golf club, the Lusaka Central Sports Club, and the zoo and botanical gardens of the Munda Wanga Environmental Park. The city is also home to the University of Zambia. Along Great East Road are the two largest shopping malls in Zambia, Arcades shopping Mall and Manda Hill shopping Mall.
Why not visit whilst you are in Zambia….
South Luangwa National Park, Lower Zambezi National Park, Lake Kariba, Victoria Falls
We will recommend a local travel agent to you, so that you can enjoy even more your trip to Zambia when the conference is finished.