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Mesmerising wilderness, the largest waterfall in the world, and warm, welcoming people: Zambia is an African gem, and its capital, Lusaka, lies at its heart. Enjoy its quintessentially African ambience as you explore the experiences that abound here.


  • Taj Pamodzi Lusaka


    Set amidst tropical gardens in the heart of Lusaka's business and government district, this luxurious hotel provides spacious comfort and modern amenities. Conveniently located just 22 kilometres away from the airport and 5 kilometres from the city centre, you won’t find a more comprehensive range of services available in Lusaka.

Lusaka International Airport, about 20km northeast of the city centre, receives both international and domestic flights.

There are few reliable international rail connections available from Lusaka. You can reach Livingstone via the Zambezi Express, and a few services to other Zambian cities.

InterCape services link Lusaka to South Africa, while Kob’s Coach runs occasional bus services to Malawi.

As it is the capital of Zambia, Lusaka is well-connected to the rest of the country via the network of arterial roads. There are also highway links to the rest of southern Africa, though the road conditions are not always optimal.