Chisamba is situated approximately 110 miles (177 kilometers) north of Lusaka, the national capital.
Zambia is brimming with fabulous attractions, from tourist hotspots to lesser known delights.
If you love spending time with folk who share your passions, Zambia has plenty of specialist tours such as wildlife safaris.
Trying out the food eaten in a region is usually about more than just filling your stomach. It is a way of understanding the regional character. Millet and also mutton are often used in meals here. There are many popular food options in this area. Check out cooked freshwater fish or ndiwo (relish from meat and vegetables). To complete your Zambia experience, be sure to order golabjamoun (sweet potato, flour and milk). Invigorate your palette with a glass of the regional brew. Chibuku is popular here. If you are after a non-alcoholic drink, enjoy the flavors of maheu (maize meal drink).
Much of Zambia celebrates Independence Day on the 24th of October, so be prepared for changes to visitor attraction opening hours and increased demand for transport.
When booking your holiday to Chisamba, keep in mind that the nearest major airport, Ndola Airport, is situated in in Ndola, 65 miles (105 kilometers) to the north.