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Timeless Luangwa

Timeless Luangwa

Of all the many places across Africa that tug strongly on our affections here at Travel Africa, the South Luangwa is a particular favourite. There is something about this place that we connect strongly with. Perhaps it is that...

A moveable feast

A moveable feast

How do bush chefs produce such delectable food even in the remotest of camps? On a visit to Lower Zambezi National Park, Laura Griffith-Jones was determined to learn how the food is sourced and cooked — as well as...

Zambia done five ways

Zambia done five ways

Following on from our feature on ‘How to plan the perfect safari’, in Issue 82, we asked five leading tour operators to share some more specially prepared itineraries to help you organise your adventure in this glorious southern African...

Creating animalscapes

Creating animalscapes

Showing animals in their environment is more challenging — but much more rewarding — than taking portraits. With a few pointers and knowing when to wait for a situation to develop, you can create some stunning shots. So we...

Emerald smile

Emerald smile

The rainy season: a time of downpour and deluge, impassable roads, impenetrable bush, wildlife heading for the hills or vanishing behind a wall of greenery. Certainly no time for a safari. Or is it? Anna Devereux Baker donned her...

A wildlife lover’s Zambia

A wildlife lover’s Zambia

From bat swarms and birding bonanzas to leopard encounters and little-known migrations, William Gray presents a guide to Zambia’s definitive, spine-tingling experiences. Image copyright Kate Siedel. Thirty years have past since my first visit to Zambia. Bouncing around the...

Room service

Room service

As the industry has matured, standards in bush lodgings have improved and the range of options is enticing; we're spoilt for choice! But what is the difference between a lodge and a bush camp, a tented camp or a...

Zambia’s highlights

Zambia’s highlights

Like several other safari destinations, Zambia offers visitors diverse attractions and a great choice of facilities, many with specialist skills or locations. Here you'll find our Zambia Safari Planner Highlights and a handy factfile which we hope you'll find...

Captivated by Kafue

Captivated by Kafue

This extraordinary national park’s raw and diverse landscapes make it geographically enthralling. Morgan Trimble examines its natural history, ecology and wildlife, as well as revealing plenty of useful tips from the experts to help you plan your next trip...

Making tracks

Making tracks

Walking safaris are what Zambia does best. They offer what is, to many, the ultimate safari experience: meeting a lion on foot. But what happens if that lion doesn’t show up? Mike Unwin recalls one of his all-time favourite...

Zambia, month by month

Zambia, month by month

Zambia has a bewildering variety of attractions. Sometimes it can be hard to decide exactly where and when to go, especially as every season offers something different. Some are well known, others more offbeat. January - April · The...

Luangwa in pictures

Luangwa in pictures

Since first visiting the Luangwa Valley in 1995, Cape Town-based photographer David Rogers has returned more than 25 times to capture the region’s landscapes on camera for books, magazines and lodges. He also arranges photographic safaris here. He cut...

Bats and beyond

Bats and beyond

Forget Serengeti’s wildebeest herds. Africa’s biggest migration of mammals occurs once a year in a small forest in northern Zambia – and these wanderers have wings, not hooves. When Stephen Cunliffe visited the fabled bat roost of Kasanka, however,...

Lusaka

Lusaka

Visiting Zambia? You’re sure to spend some time in Lusaka during your visit. And that’s no bad thing, says resident Carol White, who gives her inside tips to getting the best out of the city on a flying visit....

Into the unknown

The smell of the rain

From vast wilderness areas to remote swamps, Zambia has much to offer the adventurous traveller. Gemma Catlin explores some of the country’s far-flung corners This is an expedition! You won’t be following roads; you’ll be making them. And don’t...

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