Zambia is landlocked, and bordered by eight countries namely; Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. The land area is some 752,000 sq km. Zambia is fortunate in not having a shortage of rivers. The southern border is the mighty Zambezi river. There are several large rivers, lakes and swamps throughout the country. Capital city is Lusaka.
Botswana is roughly the size of France, covering some 582,000 sq km.
The land area covers some 1,219,000 sq km.
Namibia is a large country of some 825,400 sq km.
Zimbabwe covers 390,580 sq km, slightly larger than Montana, in the US, about the same size as Japan and slightly larger than Germany.
Mozambique is some 799,380 sq km in size – a little less than twice the size of California
Tanzania is some 947,300 sq km in size – a little more than twice the size of California.