Zambia is considered part of Southern Africa. Historically it was colonized by the British as Northern Rhodesia, while Zimbabwe was Southern Rhodesia. It is a landlocked country full of rugged terrain. The countries Southern border is the mighty Zambezi river, which it shares with Zimbabwe. In Livingstone, guest can witness the stunning Victoria Falls which drops 355 ft, spans almost 3,000 feet wide, and is considered one of the world’s largest waterfalls. Below the falls, the Zambezi makes its way to the enormous Lake Kariba. Popular wildlife areas are Kafue N.P. and North & South Luangwa N.P, as well as the Lower Zambezi N.P.