One primary geographical similarity between Paraguay and Zambia is that both are landlocked countries, meaning the two nations are not surrounded by any body of water. Paraguay and Zambia also lie in the Southern Hemisphere.
Paraguay is situated in central South America, encompassing a total area of approximately 157,048 square miles. It is bordered by Bolivia, Brazil and Argentina. Zambia, meanwhile, is located in south central Africa, covering a total area of around 290,586 square miles. It shares its boundaries with eight countries, including Zaire, Malawi, Angola, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia and Botswana. As countries entirely surrounded by land, both Paraguay and Zambia do not have any maritime claims nor coastlines.