Zambia takes its name from the Zambezi River, the fourth longest in Africa, that crosses this country in all its extension, also marking the border with Zimbabwe. Here, the river descends a few steps, the most imposing of which forms the wonderful Victoria Falls, among the most famous in the world. In Zambia, you are really in the heart of Africa, the country is not actually lapped by the sea, its territory is mainly composed of a succession of highlands, and in addition to the basin of the Zambezi River, which forms the Lake Kariba, downstream Victoria Falls, also includes the Congo River basin, where Lake Tanganyika is located.A trip to the African continent is a deep adventure that involves all the senses, in some way you approach the fundamental principles of life governed by the rhythms of nature. The river provides water for humans, animals and plants, and is not only a source of survival but also a fundamental means of communication. Compared to neighboring Tanzania, Zambia is perhaps a less popular destination for lovers of nature tourism, although even in this country the numerous national parks protect the rich fauna heritage. How to immerse yourself in this natural beauty, drawing an aesthetic contentment and the maximum of spiritual energy, without however renouncing the comfort of an accommodation that, while expressing the characteristics of a 5-star resort, fits into the environment without acting as an element of disturbance?