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Ndola is the third largest city in Zambia as well as its important commercial centre as well. Lies some 320 Km north of Ndola and just 10 Km from DR Congo is the capital of Copperbelt Province. It is a sprawling and prosperous city and is home to country’s first modern stadium, the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium is a good spot to break up a journey and enjoy few good days over here which are full of fun and true African charm. Often referred as the “Friendly city” Ndola is located at the junction of roads which led to several cities and towns on the Copperbelt province is a welcoming and friendly city. So make a plan to visit this beautiful vibrant and sprawling city by booking flight tickets to Ndola. Search and compare cheap flights from London to Ndola with Flight Office.
There is so much in the city that allures you. If you are big adventure enthusiast and love wildlife then start your day with a visit to Nsobe Camp which is small game reserve situated 60 Km south of the city where you can enjoy an abundance of wildlife by taking two-hour safari tour. Enjoy fishing and a few outdoor games and if you want to relax and stay at night then there is a cafeteria and the facility of camps is also available. If you are in Ndola then do visit the Dag Hammarskjold Museum who was a former United Nations Secretary General killed in the plane crash over here. The crash site was declared the historic landmark and the national monument by the Zambian Government. Don’t miss a visit to the Copperbelt Museum which was established in 1962. It exhibits the historical, geographical and ethnographical artifacts. Visitors can buy souvenir as well from the well-stocked shop at the entrance of the museum. Do visit the Mukuyu Slave Tree which maked the spot where Arab slave merchants held slave markets in 19th century. The trails used by merchants and slaves are still visible and some of them are now used as pathways by the local community.
With all those sites available here, the tour to Ndola is still considered incomplete without a visit to Chilengwa and confirm the presence of a mysterious force that pulls objects flying over it. If you want to try the best cuisines then do visit Michelangelo which has been regarded as one of the Ndola’s best restaurants serving everything from thin-crust pizzas to pastas and western mains. If in Ndola you want to feel the aroma of Indian cuisines then do visit Danny’s Restaurant where an authentic menu to Bollywood tunes all are waiting for you. Here you can try excellent vegetarian options as well as creamy North Indian cuisines. It is also attached to art deco Ndola club which has a bar and budget accommodation options as well. Endowed with all these interesting sights, Ndola surely deserves a visit. So hurry! Pack your bags and fly to nodal to enjoy a great holiday trip.
There are multiple airlines that the visitors can opt for flying from the United Kingdom to Ndola. The prominent ones are Air France, KLM, Ethiopian, Kenya Airways, South African Airways etc. High season to fly to Ndola is July and the best connecting city when flying from London to Ndola is Johannesburg.
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