Serving Mansa, the capital of the Lupapula Province of Zambia, is Mansa Airport. There are flights available from Mansa Airport to Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, which is the primary air passenger gateway into Zambia. Otherwise known as Lusaka International Airport, Kenneth Kaunda International Airport offers flights with airlines such as Airlink, Emirates, KLM, and Proflight Zambia to limited destinations, namely Gaborone of Botswana, Johannesburg and Durban of South Africa, Dubai of the United Arab Emirates, Harare of Zimbabwe, Addis Ababa of Ethiopia, Windhoek of the Republic of Namibia, Dar es Salaam of Tanzania, Nairobi of Kenya, Amsterdam of the Netherlands, Blantyre and Lilongwe of the Republic of Malawi, Luanda of Angola, and other airports in Zambia.
While in Zambia, there are a few unique museums the country has to offer that visitors must check out. In Zambia's southern province Livingstone is Livingstone Museum, which is divided into four galleries: Prehistory, Ethnography and Art, History, and Natural History. It also includes a collection of David Livingstone's belonging. Also in Livingstone is a Railway Museum that is dedicated to preserving the country's railway heritage. It showcases historic steam locomotives and vintage coaches, as well as other railway memorabilia.
To learn more about the culture found in Zambia in general, also check out the Maramba Cultural Museum, Moto Moto Museum, and Lusaka National Museum. Perhaps the most unique museum in the country is the Victoria Falls Field Museum, as it was built around an actual excavation of the Zambezi River and exhibits various forms of life that were and are present in the Victoria Falls, starting from over 50,000 years ago to present.
Zambia is a very abundant African country in terms of water. Apart from its most famous and stunningly beautiful Victoria Falls, there are several other major and small falls all over the country. This includes the second highest falls in Africa, the Kalambo Falls, the falls surrounded by a natural botanical garden, the Kundalila Falls, and the Lumangwe Falls, Ngyonye Falls. There are smaller falls such as Chipembe Falls, Chipoma Falls, Chisimba Falls, Kabweluma Falls, and several others. The sites also offer various activities, from swimming to kayaking and white water rafting.
Along the Mansa Road lies one of the smallest but most diversified National Parks in the country, the Kasanka National Park. The park was protected in order to rehabilitate the deplete number of animals such as the sable antelope, Liechtenstein's hartebeest, the rare blue monkey and puku, and several others. Other notable national parks in Zambia include Kafue National Park, Nsumbu National Park, Sioma Ngwezi National Park.
Zambia offers a wide range of adventure activities, including even guided lion walks and bungee jumping down Victoria Falls. Nature lovers will have the chance to commune with nature through the available safari tours, where visitors can observe 779 bird species, and several large mammals, and even take photographs of the majestic creatures. There are also cultural tours, golf courses, river cruises, and even spas to chill back and relax after going on fun but strenuous adventures.