Lusaka is the capital, as well as the biggest city in Zambia, which is in Africa. It is in the southern section of the central plateau region.
If you are looking to find out what to do by night in Lusaka, there is plenty of entertainment at its bars, pubs and clubs. Some of the popular ones to check out during your trip are Rhapsody’s, which also has a nice restaurant and has live music; or the Polo Grill, which is a large open air bar near a polo field where you can watch a match while you enjoy your drink; or O’Hagans, which is a South African chain pub.
Check out the Lusaka Museum, which opened in 1996. It has several galleries which tell the story of how Zambia developed from ancient times to today, as well as having a children’s corner on the upper floor. It features contemporary art, paintings, models, and sculptures.
Head to one of the worlds most famous waterfall – The Victoria Falls. It is the largest in the world by width and height, and is twice as tall as the Niagara Falls, which you find on the border of the US and Canada.
Lusaka has a humid subtropical climate, with hot summers and warm winters. The coolest month is in July, when the temperature averages 14.9 °C (58.8 °F), while the hottest month is in October, with an average high temperature of about 32 °C (90 °F).
In August you can experience the Livingstone Festival. During the festival there’s a lot of fun things to do in Lusaka. Go see theatre troupes, performance artists, music groups, jugglers and clowns
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