Embassy Park in Lusaka is where he is being buried, barely three years after the burial of third president of the Republic of Zambia Levy Mwanawasa. Embassy Park, which was initially intended for other purposes other than being a national burial site for past Heads of State, will forever remain in the history of Zambia as a place of national importance.
Set in Embassy Mall one of Lusaka's upmarket shopping malls, Emperor Palace Casino offers a wide selection of slot machines and popular table games, quality entertainment and excellent services. This casino is committed to providing a world class gaming experience with the latest technology.
Kabwata Cultural Village is actually home to 72 woodcarvers and artists who showcase their products. Besides being close to the first home of Dr Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia's first President, Kabwata Cultural Village is a great place to see various indigenous artworks.
Nestling in the lush basin of the Ngwerere stream, this is one of the best tourist destinations in Lusaka that offers a fun filled day out for locals as well as international visitors. The reptile park is an extension of Kalimba Farms which specialises primarily in crocodile farming, but also produces top quality free range Pekin ducks and fish.
In 1950, a gentle man named Ralph Sander founded a Botanical Garden that was destined to become the showpiece of Lusaka, Zambia's Capital city. at the time he was a colonial civil servant working for the department of Game and Tsetse Control and he called his garden Munda Wanga, which means "My Garden" in Nyanja.
The Trust at Munda Wanga Environmental Park has a vision to become a world class environmental and education resource in Zambia. The environmental education centre hosts over 40,000 children and teachers every year, providing hands-on educational programmes about the environment of Zambia.
The National Heritage Conservation Commission (NHCC) formally known as the Commission for the Preservation of Natural and Historical Monuments and relics (National Monuments Commission) until 29th December 1989, is a national institution entrusted with the conservation of Zambia's natural and cultural heritage.