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We are spreading the news about a new wildlife initiative: Birding Zambia – www.birdingzambia.com! Birding Zambia was created to benefit our bird conservation society BirdWatch Zambia, the various birding operators and guides, and bird conservation in general. Birding Zambia hopes to improve marketing for the Zambian birding operators who tend to be either site-based (lodges)...
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There is no shortage of adventurous fun and low-key relaxation to be had in wildly beautiful Zambia. From national parks, like Kafue and South Luangwa, that hold abundant and diverse wildlife populations to the majestic Zambezi River that courses through the country to cascade down at Victoria Falls, Zambia is one for the family holiday...
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2020 has been a tough year for most people around the world, but there are many natural environments which have breathed a sigh of relief from the human impacts on their spaces. The Luangwa Valley is a natural space where the movements of wildlife and humans are closely linked, and a mutual balance needs to...
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Luangwa Valley is home to Zambia’s largest lion population. It is recognized by National Geographic’s Big Cats initiative as one of 21 high priority lion conservation areas in Africa. Zambian Carnivore Programme (ZCP) is working with various partners to ensure that the Valley continues to be one of the last remaining strongholds for the King...
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Andrew Muswala of Travel and Leisure Zambia shares with us his most recent travel report, covering some of Zambia’s most incredible spots & lodges in South Luangwa National Park Tafika Camp Sunset I have been privileged to begin my nine-day solo safari adventure in South Luangwa National Park. The park is Zambia’s premier national park...
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Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ) has been working to conserve the ecosystem and wildlife of the Lower Zambezi National Park and surrounding Game Management Areas (GMAs) for over 25 years, through wildlife protection, environmental education and community empowerment. Since its humble beginnings in 1994 with only a handful of staff, the organisation has since grown exponentially...
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While 2020 has certainly been a year for the books the world over (and not in the best way) there have been some much-needed good news stories in Zambia. For Tongabezi, the year began with a marriage to Green Safaris, then a 30th birthday celebration and, most recently, two wins and a nomination to add...
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As you have most likely heard, Zambia is open and welcoming international tourists and business travellers.  Here’s what you need to know if you are planning a trip to Zambia. All tourists entering Zambia are required to have undergone a SARS CoV2 PCR test within 14 days of arrival and have tested negative. Evidence of...
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The resumption of flights will certainly make it simpler for passengers to travel into Zambia and to travel to Dubai. Emirates announced trips to Lusaka, Zambia are scheduled to resume September 4, with twice-weekly flights to and from Dubai. This will not only improve the airline’s worldwide network to 79 cities but will also widen...
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Green Ila Safari Lodge, Eco Friendly Safari Lodges
Ila Safari Lodge is surrounded by the great wilderness of the largest and oldest park in Zambia. The Kafue National Park is one of the last great expanses of remote and unspoiled wilderness in Africa. One of the highlights of Ila is that it’s an eco-friendly lodge, this means that they not only aim to...
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