The Zambia natural resources that we will discuss on this page will include copper, cobalt, zinc, lead, coal, emeralds, gold, silver, uranium, hydropower, petroleum, tin, nickel, bauxite, phosphate, Natural gas, fishing, emeralds, rivers...
Apart from its abundant wildlife, rivers, and lakes, Zambia holds 6% of the world’s copper reserves and is the fourth largest copper producing nation.
Do you want to fish in Zambia? Visit the Zambezi River, Lake Mweru, Lake Kariba and Lake Tanganyika. Apart from these there are also numerous rivers, lakes and dams in Zambia where you can fish.
Also if you want to fish in Zambia, you can visit many Zambia safari destinations which offer competitive fishing day trips.
Some of these are Thorn Tree Safaris, Angle Zambia, Mvuu Lodge, Kariba Bush Camp, Royal Zambezi Lodge, Barotse Tiger Camp, Matoya Fishing Lodge, Anabezi Camp, Kalimba Repitle Park, Tamarindtree and Zambezi River Logde.
The most popular catches in Zambia are tiger fish and bream.
aha The David Livingstone Safari Lodge And Spa is located within the lush surroundings of the Zambezi River bank and offers five star accommodation.
Livingstone Backpackers is in a good location in town centre, close to all activities in Livingstone, very near to shopping mall, close to the museum, main road, shops and markets…
Kafue River Lodge is located on the north bank of the Kafue River, opposite the Kafue National Park. This area is among Zambia’s best wildlife sanctuaries.