Chinsali

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General Information

Chinsali is a town located in the Muchinga Province of Zambia. It is located in the north western parts of the country and acts as the provincial headquarters of this province. Chinsali is situated about 180 km from the town of Mpika and approximately 30 km from the Chambeshi River. The Bisa people are the local inhabitants of this area and they are governed by His Royal Highness Chief Chibesakunda.

The town of Chinsali is connected to other very popular tourist destinations in the country. One of the popular cities, situated only approximately 80 km from the town, is the city of Isoka.

Accommodation in Chinsali

Chinsali offers a limited selection of tourist accommodation options. There are some guest houses, self-catering units, bed and breakfasts and camping sites available in the area. Please go to our accommodation directory for a complete list of all the places to stay in the area.

Activities in Chinsali

The town of Chinsali offers some activities and attractions. Tourists are encouraged to visit the surroundings and other towns and cities in the area.

Things to do in Chinsali include:

  • Chambeshi River
  • Fishing
  • Hiking and Biking Trails
  • Water Sports

Businesses

The business community of Chinsali is relatively small, but still offers tourists the essentials when travelling. There are stalls, local products, shops and restaurants available in the area. Please visit our business directory for a full list of all the businesses you will find in the region.

Chinsali Tourism Office Information
Telephone: 0026 0966 787770
E-mail: info@visitzambia.co.zm
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