The minimum flight duration from the United Kingdom to Zambia is 13 hours and 10 minutes. Typically, flights take anywhere between 13 to 18 hours, depending on the airline and route you have chosen for your flight.
There is currently no direct flight available for Zambia. All flights departing from major airports in the UK are connecting flights. Emirates, South African Airways, British Airways, Turkish Airlines, and Ethiopian Airlines, among others, are the leading operators of indirect flights to Zambia from the UK.
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For Zambia, you can get fare as low as 438 GBP. This is the minimum cost of a return-ticket to Zambia for a single adult passenger. However, prices are updated daily and you will be ticketed as per the most recent price available. Depending on your priorities (the choice of airline, class, and departing airport) the airfare will vary accordingly. To get the minimum price on your next flight to Zambia, contact us at 020 3137 2316. You can reach us on Facebook and WhatsApp (07497866657) too.
If you are looking to spend an affordable vacation in Zambia, you are basically aiming at the shoulder periods before or after a high season. March and May are the months for you in 2020. Avoid August and October, which are the peak-season months. Travelling to Zambia in March or May can get you a lower price but guess what? You can cut a bigger margin if you book with travelhouseuk and avail exclusive flight deals and low-season discounts.
The Kenneth Kaunda International Airport is the receiving airport for the majority of flights en route to Zambia. Located in the capital, Lusaka, this airport is the axis for both intercontinental and regional trajectories that happen to have Zambia in their flight course. A 20-minute drive takes you right to the Lusaka downtown district. LUN is its IATA code.Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport:
Just stone throws away from the universally acclaimed Victoria Falls is the Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport. The airport in question handles flights to and from Livingstone- another popular tourist destination after Lusaka. LVI is the IATA code for this airport.
The Victoria Falls, for many the sole reason for visiting the country, line along an entire valley of water. If this is your first time witnessing the Falls in all their majesty, get ready for the highest point in your life. Nowadays, it is also a haven for extreme sports like bungee jumping and paragliding.Safari Parks:
The most prominent of all, the Lower Zambezi National Park has historically hosted diplomats from the colonial era for hosting big game, and now continues to do so after it was converted from a private game reserve. Those commuting from the capital for a more scenic nationwide tour can go for Blue Lagoon National Park, or the Lochinvar National Park (a 4 hour spin from Lusaka), which specializes in certain species of endangered game as well as birdlife. Luangwa National park, Kafue National park and Nsumbu National Park are other geographically dispersed locations for exploring landscape as well as pursuing safari in the region.Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage:
Forming a legacy for itself by being one of the oldest and widely recognized wildlife institutions upon the African continent, the orphanage is a prime example of ‘cultivated wildlife’ that primarily focuses on chimpanzees that need support for their upbringing in a safer environment.Flea Markets:
Indigenous commerce thrives in the form of open markets or bazaars. Sunday Crafts Market and Pakati Sunday market are both popular sites in Lusaka where local sellers congregate to sell their merchandise. Local craftsmen and rural artists combine to provide souvenirs at the Kabwata Cultural Village.Museums:
Museums never go out of style. Zambia has its fair share of conservation centres and institutions of which those that are recognized worldwide are the Railway Museum, Livingstone Museum, and the Royal Livingstone Express. What seems to be a mundane visit can actually broaden the scope of your vision as a tourist.