Zambia is a landlocked country in Africa's southern region and neighbors Botswana, Zimbabwe, DRC Congo, Tanzania, Malawi and Namibia. The country is famed for its diverse wildlife, parks, and rugged terrain ideal for a perfect safari.
The country's rural areas are sparsely populated, with most of the people settling along the railway line connecting the Copperbelt with the capital Lusaka and Livingstone, which is a border town. English is the official language spoken in the country; however, there are several other local languages. The country is among Africa's fastest-growing economies, with the mining (copper), agriculture and tourism sectors mainly contributing to this growth.