Safaris in Zambia are eco-amazing

12289176269?profile=RESIZE_930xRon Cogswell

When it comes to safaris and ecotourism, Zambia often takes a back seat to the likes of Botswana, Kenya, and Tanzania. But this large country in south-central Africa is positively packed with eco treasures, and its marquis attraction is one of the planet´s most spectacular waterfalls, Victoria Falls, which it shares with Zimbabwe. In addition, there are some 20 teeming nature reserves which offer as rewarding an eco-experience as any of Zambia´s neighbors – arguably even more so, without the crowds (just be sure to check the websites of each or for the best times of year to visit). Another interesting note is that “walking safaris” (aka safari walks and bush walks) were essentially pioneered in Zambia – in the 1950s by renowned British conservationist Norman Carr as a more immersive and less invasive way for visitors to experience wilidlife.

So here´s a quick look at ten of Zambia´s top eco magnets...

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