Zambia, in the southern part of Africa, is a landlocked country characterized by an impervious territory and various species of animals. Here you will find numerous parks and safari areas. On the border with Zimbabwe there are the famous Victoria Falls, which the natives call Mosi-oa-Tunya, “the smoke that thunders”. The waterfalls plunge 108 m into the Batoka Gorge, causing a characteristic mist made of small drops of water. Shortly after the falls, the Zambezi River is crossed by a bridge that offers spectacular views.