Zambia is a landlocked country located in the south of the African continent. Although the country is rich in natural resources such as freshwater, minerals, forests, and agricultural land, the vast majority of the population lives extremely poor. That's why you shouldn't be surprised to see that some hotels are surrounded by an electric fence, that in most places there is a curfew after 10 pm, and that you will be approached by a large number of people who will offer their services or goods. In essence, Zambians are friendly, curious, and sincerely well-meaning. If you approach Zambia with some prior knowledge, you will realize how magnificent this country is when you visit it.