Lusaka Backpackers was until recently known as Chachacha Backpakers. If you are in Lusaka City looking for budget accommodation near the city center, then this is the right place for you!
From Lusaka's central avenue, Cairo Road turn in to Church Road, then Bwinjimfumu Rd. Mulombwa Close is a turn on your left.
The centrality of the Backpackers makes it an ideal place to spend your quality time. It is 15 minutes’ walk from Lusaka City Center and all the facilities you will find in a big city.
Since all the four main highways branch off from Lusaka City going to all parts of the country, transportation to and fro is very easy.
Whether on business or just looking for a place to spend your night, you are welcome indeed!
You will find excellent facilities and services such as:
A travel desk is also available where the guests can book onward adventure trips. But if you want to go out exploring the city, Lusaka has some excellent places where you can relax, go out eating, drinking, or simply go shopping. The hub of life in Lusaka is centered on the shopping malls and the city centre itself.
Try out the Pakati Sunday market which is organized by the Arcades Shopping Centre right at the shopping centre itself. The market is a congregation of the locals within Lusaka and from neighboring areas who gather to sell their wares which includes carvings, fabrics, art works and jewellery. The Arcades Shopping Centre is along the Great East road.
Some other interesting places include the Henry Tayali Visual Arts Centre, (headquarters of ZNVAC-the Zambia National Visual Arts Council), the Lusaka National Museum, Munda Wanga Botanical Gardens and the Kabwata Cultural Village for curios and artifacts.
This Backpackers belongs to two other sister backpackers. There’s Cape Town Backpackers and Johannesburg Backpackers.
Expect only high quality service at the Backpackers!
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