Our service offers airport transfers from the main airports in Zambia to any location throughout the country. Planning your transfer can be stressful, but we want to make the whole process easier by providing you with professional service and comfortable vehicles.
The Republic of Zambia is a country in the south-central part of Africa, with a population of 16 million people. Its neighbouring countries are Tanzania, Malawi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, Angola and Botswana. There are over 72 languages and dialects in Zambia, but their official language is English. The national currency is Zambian Kwacha, and the currency’s code is ZMW.
Aside from the mesmerizing Victoria Falls, which are double the height of Niagara Falls, Zambia is full of natural attractions and landscapes. If you ever find yourself in this beautiful country, make sure to visit Lusaka National Park, Bangweulu Wetlands and the Devil’s Pool.
The public transport in the country includes a railway network, many bus companies that cover the whole territory, minibuses and taxis. Zambia is part of the countries that have left-hand traffic, which means that they drive on the left side of the road.
Lusaka is the capital city of Zambia, and with 1.7 million inhabitants, it is the most populous city in the country. This city is home to many attractions like the Lilayi Elephant Nursery, the Namwandwe Gallery and the Henry Tayali Visual Arts Centre. The public transport in Lusaka includes buses and taxis.
Zambia has 21 international airports. The largest one is near the city of Livingstone. Newly renovated in 2017 the Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport can handle two million passengers per year and offers 36 flights on seven different terminals.
The terminals provide facilities with restaurants, cafes, duty-free shops, banks, ATMs, lounges and many stores. The airlines that offer their services are British Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Kenya Airways, Proflight Zambia and South African Airways. Once you land, you can get to the city centre by our airport transfer or airport taxis that are available in front of the arrivals hall.
Kenneth Kaunda International Airport is the second-busiest, and it serves the city of Lusaka. Named after the nation’s first president Kenneth Kaunda, the airport has the capacity of handling two million passengers per year. It has one terminal with 22 check-in counters and 12 border channels.
The facilities at the terminal include duty-free shops, chapels, lounges, restaurants, conference rooms, player rooms and ATMs. Kenneth Kaunda International Airport is 27 km away from the city centre, and you can get there by a shuttle service, bus or airport taxis.
We offer transfers from the airport in Livingstone to Kasane and Kazungula. The driver will be waiting at the arrivals with a sign showing your name and take you to the vehicle. Enjoy the comfortable ride to your destination and admire the beautiful landscapes in a cosy, air-conditioned vehicle.
The airport taxi service that we offer is an excellent opportunity to escape the hassle of public transport. We always try to provide you with the best value for money by arranging a high-quality service. You can easily book your airport transfer on our website or our app, and we offer secure payment methods.