How to go to Zambia
Zambia is accessible by air, road, and rail. Here are some of the main transportation options for getting to Zambia:
By air: Zambia has several international airports, including the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka and the Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone. These airports are serviced by a range of international airlines, including Ethiopian Airlines, South African Airways, and Emirates.
By road: Zambia shares borders with eight other countries, making it possible to enter by road from neighboring countries. Major border crossings include those with Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe, and Botswana.
By rail: Zambia has a limited but functioning rail network, with daily trains running between major cities. However, train travel can be slow and unreliable, so it's not the most convenient option for getting around Zambia.
Once in Zambia, visitors can travel by bus, taxi, or rental car to explore the country further. It's important to check the safety and security situation in Zambia before traveling and to follow local customs and laws.