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Zambia is accessible by air through Kenneth Kaunda International Airport – Lusaka; Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula – Livingstone; and Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe – Ndola. There are flight connections from Lusaka the Capital to major cities and towns such as Livingstone, Ndola and Solwezi.
Zambia is accessible by road from most countries in the region (15 countries) such as Angola, Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe just to mention a few. Some road borders are open 24 hours while the others close by 6pm. Locally, there is a wide network served by several private bus companies providing coach travel services.
Most roads have been tarred and are in a very good condition. In remote areas, some roads are non-tarred but serviced with gravel.
Zambia’s rail network connects to Zimbabwe and Tanzania. There are regular scheduled train services running locally and regionally. The local train service is run by Zambia Railways. The regional train services include TAZARA and the annual tourist services – Blue Train and Rovos Rail from South Africa to the Victoria Falls.
The MV Liemba cruises to three countries namely Burundi, Tanzania and Zambia at Mpulungu Harbour.