Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (LUN) is the main airport in Zambia. It is located 14km/9mi from the capital of the country, Lusaka. Travelers can either drive or fly from Lusaka between the reserves. If your safari includes South Luangwa park then you can also fly to Mfuwe International Airport (MFU). Visitors whose safari includes a visit to Victoria Falls can fly in or out of Livingstone Airport (LVI), which is located close to the falls. It’s usually the local tour operator who arranges pick-ups from the airport, as well as further transportation as part of the safari package.
Flights & Airlines to Zambia
Check Skyscanner for flights and Expedia for multiple destination flights. This is the best way to find out which airline company offers flights to Zambia and at what cost.
Domestic Airlines & Flights in Zambia
Proflight is the only domestic carrier that runs scheduled flights. There are small charter flights which can be used for traveling between parks and reaching remote areas in the country. In most cases, your tour operator is responsible for booking charter flights.
Passport, Visa and Other Entry Requirements
- Make sure to contact your local Zambia embassy in order to verify if the information below is valid, since entry requirements can often change.
- All foreigners are required to have a passport that needs to be valid for at least six months.
- There need to be at least three empty pages on your passport.
- Citizens of some countries can get a visa upon arrival, while citizens of other countries don’t need a visa to enter the country. Zambia’s Department of Immigration offers a list of countries whose residents can obtain a visa upon arrival and a list of countries whose residents don’t need a visa.
- In case you are coming from a country that is infected with yellow fewer, you will need to obtain a yellow fever vaccination certificate.