Zambia Travel - Zambia is a landlocked country with land borders with Tanzania in the north-east, Malawi in the east, Mozambique and Zimbabwe in the south-east, Botswana and Namibia in the south, Angola in the west and Zaire in the north-west. The Victoria Falls and Zambezi river contribute to Zambia's scenic splendour.
South African Airways operates from Johannesburg to Lusaka.
British Airways operates from London to Lusaka.
From Oct 2011 Zambia was added to list of countries requiring Yellow Fever vaccination & certification. Though Zambia's status has been classified as a low risk, a valid Yellow Fever certificate will be required for travellers over 1 year old. This will affect hunters who are transiting in South Africa on their return from Zambia.Prophylactic precautions are strongly recommended for:
Zambia visa and passport information includes all application instructions and visa application form downloads.Visa and Passport Requirements For US & UK Citizens
2419 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008
Tel: (202) 265-9717
Fax: (202) 332-0826
Website: http://www.zambiaembassy.orgZambia Embassy in UK
2 Palace Gate, Kensington, London W8 5NG
Tel: 020 7589 6655
Fax: 020 7581 0546
Website: http://zambia.embassyhomepage.comUS Embassy in Zambia
Corner of Independence and United Nations Avenues
Tel:  (1) 250-955, 252-230
Fax:  (1) 252-225
Website: http://zambia.usembassy.gov/UK Embassy in Zambia
5210 Independence Avenue PO Box 50050 15101 Ridgeway Lusaka
Tel: (260) (1) 251133
Fax: (260) (1) 253798
The Bradt Travel Guide to Zambia covers all the prime attractions, including all national parks from the Zambezi and Kafe to the famous Luangwa park, host to several unique species and the best place for leopard-spotting. Advice for the independent traveler encompasses everything from choosing the best bushcamps, lodges and hotels to organizing memorable safaris.