Things To Do In Lusaka

Places to visit in Lusaka
Lusaka National Museum, Art Galleries for exhibitions of local art, Lusaka Playhouse theatre, Kabwata Cultural Village and the Moore Pottery Factory are places to visit in Lusaka. There is also Adventure City, which offers a variety of water slides, pools, “paint-ball” and other recreational activities. There are several golf clubs in and around Lusaka and the Agricultural Society Showground holds an annual agricultural show each August. Lusaka also has a Central Sports club and a modern cinema complex. Just outside Lusaka there is a reptile farm, Kalimba Reptile ParkMunda Wanga botanical gardens are within easy driving distance for an afternoon. Slightly further afield are game farms and lodges which are good for a day’s outing.

Lusaka Evening Entertainment
There are plenty of restaurants in Lusaka which range from small cafes to smart restaurants. Chinese and Indian restaurants are particularly plentiful, as are steak restaurants. The hotels offer more elegant eating, and the shopping malls have some fast food restaurants such as Subway, Steers, Debonairs pizzas, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Nandos. Some of the pizza restaurants will deliver to your home.
There are various nightclubs in Lusaka and one Casino. Arcades shopping mall offers a cinema, restaurants and bars. There are also video rental shops around Lusaka where both videos and DVDs can be hired.

Activities in Lusaka
There are a wide range of activities available in Lusaka. Due to the climate, sport is very popular. There are several sports clubs which offer tennis, squash and swimming.
Golf is very popular in Lusaka and there are 3 golf courses around the city. The quality of the courses is fair and green fees very cheap. Horse riding is also very popular. There are 2 equestrian centres where you can learn to ride and play polocrosse and polo. Riding and stabling horses is very reasonable.
There are a few gyms in Lusaka which offer weight lifting, workout machines, and aerobics classes. For those interested in running, the Hash House Harriers get together once a week.
There is also a Music Society, the Kennel Club, a Wildlife Conservation Society and Ornithological Society in Lusaka. Duplicate bridge is played at the Bridge Club, and occasionally the amateur theatre group produce their own plays. Organisations such as Rotary Club, Lions Club and Round table are in Lusaka, as is the Alliance Francaise.

Worship in Lusaka
The majority of Zambians are Christians, with a minority of traditional beliefs and some Muslims and Hindus. There are Anglican, Baptist, Lutheran, Pentecostal, Presbyterian and Roman Catholic churches in Lusaka. 

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