Zambia's Northern province covers approximately one fifth of Zambia in land area. The provincial capital is Kasama.
Land marks in Northern Province include Lake Tanganyika, Lake Bangweulu, and the rivers and wetlans such as Lake Mweru-wa-Ntipa, and a number of waterfalls including Lumangwe Falls, Kabweleume falls, Chishimba and Kalambo Falls.
Activities in the Northern province include game viewing at one of the five national parks, water sports, fishing, bird watching and excursions to the many lakes, waterfalls and wetlands in the area.
The language mostly spoken widely across the province is Icibemba, which is the mother tongue of the largest tribal, the Bemba people of Chinsali, Kasama, Mungwi and parts of Mporokoso and Luwingu districts.
With a wide selection of Northern Province accommodation options and a variety of things to do in Northern Province, you'll be sure to wake up smiling the next time you travel to Northern Province, Zambia.
Major Towns in the Northern Province:
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