Tourism is one of the main economic sectors of the Zambezi region and the country at large. However, Covid-19 has negatively affected the region’s economy, as there was a distinct decline in the tourism sector due to travel restrictions and regulations.
Zambezi region is home to birdwatchers, nature lovers and specialist travellers. It is a region of growing interest to scientists studying wetlands systems and its flora and fauna.
Bordering Angola, Botswana and Zambia, the region is a mosaic of woodlands, forests, swamps and rivers and home to an abundance of game and birds. The Kavango, Chobe, Kwando and Zambezi rivers are home to large herds of wildlife, hundreds of bird species and fish, especially tiger fish, all strong draws for tourists.
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