Zambia, it is a country in country in East Africa. The capital of Zambia is Lusaka.
Zambia's name comes from the Zambezi, and the great power of the Zambezi can be seen in the Livingstone Victoria Falls. Zambia is located in southern Africa, inland between Tanzania in the northeast, Mozambique in the east / southeast, Zimbabwe in the south, Botswana in the southwest, Angola in the west and the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the north. Zambia's latitudes are 10o and 18o south latitude and 22o and 33o east longitude.
The political map shows that the Zambia was divided into nine provinces. Different Zambian provinces you can see on the political map of Zambia. The country's provinces are the Copper Belt, Central, Luapula, East, North, Lusaka, South, Northwest, and West.
The coast of Lake Kariba offers a weekend trip to Lusaka, the capital of Zambia, in less than two hours by car (approx. 100 km). The sinking Lake Kashiba is one of the most unusual lakes in Zambia. The lakes were caused by limestone erosion, which filled small holes with water. Lake Bangulu in the province of Luapula (Northern Zambia) literally means "where the water meets the sky". The gray-blue water disappeared on the horizon and merged with the colors of the sky. It was breathtaking. The Nyika Plateau National Park is one of the highest attractions in the country. The view of the plateau is breathtaking. Hilly landscapes in the valley, slopes with many wild flowers, gentle green hills, rocky outcrops and small tropical forests in the valley.