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Radisson Hotel Group is proud to announce its first resort and third hotel in Zambia, with the signing of Radisson Blu Resort Mosi-oa-Tunya, Livingstone, Zambia. Due to open by the end of 2022, this new addition places the Group firmly on track to achieving its objective of reaching 150 hotels in operation and under development...
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Tuba, a Zambian traveller with a deep passion for travelling as much of the world as possible, is on a quest to explore and share all of her adventures in her own country with others in a new light. She recently shared her solo trip to the Chaminuka Nature Reserve… There are few things I...
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The Lower Zambezi valley, with its majestic escarpment sloping down to meet the river, protects a 4,092 km² National Park. The park lies on the northern banks of the Zambezi River in south-eastern Zambia. The escarpment along the north acts as a physical barrier with the bulk of the park being hilly ground, resulting in...
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Sustainability isn’t a hippie thing, it’s a survival thing”, and that’s why sustainable tourism matters. Experience sustainable tourism on Sindabezi Island… Sindabezi Island awaits © Green Safaris The world has taken our first, vital steps towards a greener future. They may have been baby steps, but at least they’re in the right direction. The truth...
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Writer: Thandiwe Mweetwa 2020 was a difficult year for most sectors because of the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. Many sectors of the economy were adversely affected and companies and organisations had to close operations or drastically change the way they worked. The government closed schools, universities, bars and some hotels. Restaurants were only allowed...
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Written by: Linde Meintjes with Sarah Kingdom Photography: Linde Meintjes The Zambezi River rises in north-western Zambia, flows through eastern Angola, along Namibia’s north-eastern border and the northern border of Botswana, forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, then flows across Mozambique, before finally emptying into the Indian Ocean. The Zambezi is Zambia’s most important...
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2020 was a big year at the Bushcamp Company with renovations and refurbishments taking place at Mfuwe Lodge. Renowned for its welcoming and relaxed atmosphere set in the South Luangwa National Park, Mfuwe Lodge has not been forgotten in the makeover. We caught up with the Bushcamp Company to find out what’s new to look...
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Africa’s Great Rift Valley extends down into north-eastern Zambia, and it is here that the Luangwa River has, over millennia, carved a uniquely beautiful landscape. This is an area of pristine wilderness, home to Zambia’s only black rhinos, its elephant stronghold, and has one of the highest lion densities in the region… Writer: Sarah Kingdom...
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The implementation of a Priority Support Plan for the protection and development of Kafue National Park was made official when the Government of Zambia and African Parks signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) last month (4 February 2021). According to African Parks’ official website, the plan aims to boost financial and technical support for the...
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“Creeping with awe to the verge, I peered down into a large rent which had been made from bank to bank of the broad Zambezi and saw that a stream of a thousand yards broad leapt down a hundred feet and then became suddenly compressed into a space of fifteen to twenty yards….the most wonderful...
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