Airport Livingston (Livingstone International Airport )
Livingston - a town in Zambia, the center of the Southern Province. Located on the left bank of the Zambezi River on the border with Zimbabwe, near Victoria Falls (8 km). Over the past 10 years, the city experienced a resurgence in tourism. Tourists are mainly attracted by the Victoria Falls and National Park Mosi-ao-Tunya ("thundering smoke"). The city is the National Museum of Zambia, Livingstone Museum, Ethnographic Open Air Museum on the shores of Maramba River (near Victoria Falls), etc. The city has an international airport Livingston. The second largest air port in Zambia is located 5 km. of the city Livingston. Here, flying to cities in Europe and South Africa.
Lusaka - Zambia's capital, its political, industrial and cultural center, a young and rapidly growing city. Lusaka - a modern city, an architectural ensemble which is dominated by new monumental buildings. The city is not rich architectural and historical monuments, but it has many galleries, exhibiting works by local artists. Another attraction is the artisan market of Lusaka Kamvala outdoors. Also to the city's attractions include the National Museum, the Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Crucifix, the zoo and botanical park. From the city is easily accessible anywhere in the country - both ground and air transportation. In Lusaka, has an international airport. Zambia's main airport is located 25 kilometers east of the capital. It consists of two terminals. Ņel: +260 (0) 1 271044, +260 (0) 1 271313, fax: +260 (0) 1 224777.
Mfuwe International Airport (Mfuwe International Airport) is located in the heart of one of the largest in Africa, wildlife sanctuaries South Luangwa National Park (9 thousand square meters. Km.). The airport is used for transport support infrastructure of the park, to which it connects railway line. tel: +260 (0) 62 45006
Ndola - the provincial capital of the Copperbelt in Zambia, in south-central Africa, the second largest city, an industrial center. Center for Non-Ferrous Metallurgy. There is enough hotels and cafes, shops and markets with souvenirs, but offers very few excursions. In town you can visit the Museum of the Copperbelt, where the samples of minerals. At 15 km there are two lakes Chilengva and Keshiba. Keshiba Lake is a popular place for camping, safe swimming and bird watching. Ndola International Airport - the oldest airports in Zambia. It is located 3 km south of downtown. Was originally a base for the Royal Air Force of Great Britain, not subjected to major reconstruction since its reorientation under civilian use (in 1950). fax: +260 (0) 2 613623.