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A Chipata / Mchinji Border to B Chipata – 20kms, half an hour with the border, easy driving and good tar   – read about this section here

B/D Chipata to C South Luangwa – 160kms, 2.5 hours, this road used to be awful but they have tarred most of it now and were finishing off the final stretch in December 2013  – read about this section here

C South Luangwa to B/D Chipata – see above, in reverse

B/D Chipata to E Bridge Camp – 340kms, 4.5 hours, the roads are excellent but there is a bit of an escarpment near Bridge Camp which slows things down  – read about this section here

E Bridge Camp to F Lusaka – 240kms, 3 hours, great roads so easy riding on flat tar  – read about this section here

F Lusaka to G Kariba Border – 184kms, 2.5 hours. The road to the Kariba Border is decent but slightly older and narrower than the main roads I’d been on. Most of the traffic heads straight for the Chirindu Border so this road isn’t a major one. Whilst the Kariba route is a litre longer, it’s quieter and the border is a breeze with no trucks  – read about this section here

Filed under: Journey, Route & Maps, Zambia Tagged: Chipata, Luangwa, Lusaka, Map, Mchinji, Route, South Luangwa, Zambia