Explore Lusaka's offerings. Visit the Lusaka National Museum and Freedom Statue.
Zambia is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting from A to B is a breeze. Make sure you give yourself some time to tour the incredible range of things to see and do the region has to offer.
If you are after an escape from sightseeing, why not take advantage of the local watersports? Canoeing and rafting are both well-established here.
Trying regional food is often about more than just nutrition. It is also a glimpse into people's lives and places. Two of the region's best-loved ingredients are millet and mutton. Don't end your stay in this region without trying out cooked freshwater fish or ndiwo (relish from meat and vegetables). Try golabjamoun (sweet potato, flour and milk) at the finish of your meal. This is popular with residents and tourists. Chibuku is a popular brand of beer in these parts. So find a bar, pull up a stool and give it a try! If you are after a light refreshment, maheu (maize meal drink) is a good option.
When it's finally time to bid goodbye to Lusaka, head to the nearest major airport located in Lusaka, 12 miles (19 kilometers) to the northeast.