Come to Zambia for wildlife and scenery and, with 20 national parks and numerous nature reserves to choose from, you are free to follow the fruit bat migration in Kasanka, coo over orphaned elephants in Lusaka, or gaze at the spectacular waterfalls of Kalambo, Chishimba or Ngongye in addition to Livingstone’s star attraction: the Victoria Falls. But you should not overlook Zambia’s other attractions scattered around the country. Between them, Lusaka and Livingstone are home to a whole range of museums, galleries and cultural centres. The Livingstone Museum covers archaeology, history, ethnography and natural history, while you might pick up an artistic masterpiece at Lusaka’s Henry Tayali Visual Arts Centre. Away from the cities, let yourself be taken back in time perusing ancient rock art in Kasama or the abstract cave paintings of Nsalu. Even beach lovers can revel in this landlocked country with several lakeside beaches including the gorgeous white sands of Samfya.