Zambia is divided into three main agroecological regions based primarily upon annual precipitation.
The first region includes portions of the southwestern corner of the country, as well as the country’s major valleys, such as the Gwembe, Zambezi, and Luangwa valleys. The second region spans the central part of the country and is divided into two sub-regions. The third region is situated in the northern part of the country.
Zambia is in Southern African, with a population of 17.38 million people. Its capital is Lusaka, and their currency is Zambian Kwacha. The official language in Zambia is English.
They celebrate many holidays including:
- New Year’s Day (Jan 1)
- Women’s Day (Mar 8)
- Youth Day (Mar 12)
- Good Friday (Date Varies)
- Holy Saturday (Date Varies)
- Easter Monday (Date Varies)
- Labor Day (May 1)
- African Unity Day (May 25)
- Heroes’ Day (Date Varies)
- Unity Day (Date Varies)
- Farmers’ Day (Date Varies)
- National Prayer Day (Oct 18)
- Independence Day (Oct 24)
- Christmas Day (Dec 25)
It has one world heritage site which is Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls.
It also has 20 national parks including:
Want to learn more? Check out Zambia’s tourism website!