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Owners Jess and Jake da Motta have put their 29 years of passion and experience in Luangwa’s tourism and hospitality sector towards making upmarket accommodation more accessible to both local and international travellers. Located on the border of the South Luangwa National Park, Flatdogs Camp prides itself not only on being competitively priced for all...
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With the anticipation of increased traffic, cargo and passenger numbers, Zambia’s newly upgraded passenger terminal at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, Lusaka is now open. The Southern & East African Tourism Update reported that Terminal 2’s upgrades make it possible to handle more international arrivals and departures with its annual capacity of four million passengers. “Zambia...
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Image by Frank Weitzer “The future’s brighter for Kafue!” says Libby, the owner of Kasabushi Camp, as she and her husband Andy continue to welcome guests to their home in this enchanted, undiscovered part of Zambia. Since the implementation of a much-anticipated Priority Support Plan was made official in February 2021 with the signing of...
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Since 2008, the Elephant Charge has raised over $1.3 m for wildlife conservation in Zambia and created a unique event attracting 4×4 teams, sponsors and interest from across the globe. Up to 30 teams must reach 10 checkpoints at a secret location in Zambia’s wilderness in the shortest distance. Crossing ravines and traversing gullies, this...
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Self-driving travellers of the Kafue National Park can expect a much more enjoyable driving experience when travelling along the park’s newly upgraded Spinal Road… Images supplied by Kasabushi Camp According to Libby Wilson of Kasabushi Camp, who recently returned from a break at Lake Itezhi, the road that links the park’s northern, central, and southern...
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Next week, Chisa Busanga Camp will be opening the doors in the Busanga Plains and providing Zambian luxury safaris in a completely off-grid camp experience in this northern part of Kafue National Park… While its four luxury suites resemble and are referred to as ‘Nests’, we promise that Chisa Busanga Camp has not been built...
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Writer: Sarah Kingdom;  Photography: Edward Selfe, James Duncan-Anderson Private safaris don’t need to cost the earth. With the right planning, a private safari could cost less and give you more than a regular safari… Image Credit: Edward Selfe What is a private safari? It sounds expensive, but does it have to break the bank? Some...
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Issued by Proflight 15.04.2021 LUSAKA, ZAMBIA – Proflight Zambia is connecting the tourist capital Livingstone, Zambia’s gateway to the mighty Victoria Falls, to the South Africa market, with direct flights to Johannesburg, South Africa. The airline has received approval for the new route, which it has introduced in a phased approach while demand remains subdued,...
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Sarah Kingdom shares some of the hidden gems she uncovered while visiting the oldest and largest park in Zambia, Kafue…  The Kafue National Park (KNP), an unspoilt wilderness of diverse wildlife, is one of Africa’s best-kept secrets. At 22,480km sq KNP represents 36% of Zambia’s National Parks land, and when combined with the surrounding 45,400km sq...
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Shawa Luangwa Camp is one of two new additions to the Green Safaris family – already known for their Zambia luxury safaris in Kafue National Park and the Zambezi River – and the first to bring Silent Safaris to the South Luangwa National Park…     The main camp area dazzles under a moody night sky...
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