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Explore the Atlas Mountains and experience the people and their culture on foot. The huge Atlas Mountains offer very impressive mountain biking trails, trekking trails and photography opportunities. There are walks to suit all abilities, but mules and horses are also available in the villages if riding suits you better than trekking.
Arcades Shopping Centre is Lusaka's premier one-stop shopping and entertainment mall housing a casino, nightclubs, cinemas, cafes, restaurants, Internet cafés, bars and fast-food outlets. And there's an enormous Spar supermarket.
Manda Hill is Lusaka's first official mall and is the place to shop in Zambia. GAME Stores, the South African version of Walmart, is the anchor, and the mall also features some upmarket boutiques, Woolworths (yes!), Shoprite, PEP, Mr Price, book stores, restaurants, coffee shops, curio shops, some clothing stores and an ATM. There's even a great...
This is an old feature of Lusaka's craft scene, where woodcarvers live in the village. Interestingly the houses were some of the first houses provide by the government. You can buy a range of gifts from Zambia and these days Zimbabwe. More interestingly you can talk to the craftsmen and watch them at work.
Experience authentic local village life in the Deka area (1.5 hours from Victoria Falls). Visit a homestead, the village market, school and clinic. Close to Sundowner Zambezi Lodge.
KaingU Safari Lodge boasts a stunning location on the Kafue River and is able to offer a variety of river based activities. With the opening of the new Spinal Road in the Kafue National Park, KaingU has added a whole new range of activities and services including walking and driving loops with overnight stays on the banks of the river at their...
Lake Tanganyika is truly a unique natural wonder of the world. In the spectacular Rift Valley it spans throughout 4 countries, making it the world’s longest Lake at over 675 km.
Lake Tanganyika is home to teeming aquatic life with over 300 species of fish, of which most are unique and found no where else; great for sports fishing. There are many...
Zongwe is Zambia's largest commercial Nile crocodile farm, and one of the biggest in Africa. The crocodiles are bred on the farm for their meat and skins.
Here you can view the breeder’s dam, home to very large crocodiles, some of which are over 5m long.
Fascinating tours allow you to get up close to these prehistoric reptiles and understand...
Zambia's largest Nile crocodile farm, offering tours to the public.
Jardin Majorelle is literally an oasis in the heart of the Red City. The artist who designed and created this magnificent garden is of French origin and it took him, Jacques Majorelle, forty years to complete. Visitors can stroll the garden paths of this bird 'sanctuary' and take in the brightly coloured buildings and museum. All enclosed in an...
Game drives can be ventured in Hwange National Park from 6 am to 6 pm. Hwange National park is home to the Big 5 and you are assured to the see at least three, if not all five, of the Big 5.
This is the largest park in Zimbabwe and covers about 14 650 square-kilometers. The park is home to over 100 mammal species and close to 400 bird species. ...
They once ranged through 39 countries - a population of 500,000 Painted Dogs that thrived through the turn of the twentieth century. Today, their numbers hover at 3,000 individuals in Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa.
Their shrinking world has been impacted by unfounded myths leading to human persecution, and tragic injuries when...
The Fish River Canyon Hiking Trail is a tough challenge, one that draws seasoned hikers and trail runners from around the globe.
The Fish River snakes through this vast canyon and rugged terrain, and hikers follow the river for 5 days, covering a distance of 88 km on reaching Ais Ais. There are no facilities and hikers need to be completely...
Saa Nane Island is a small wildlife sanctuary situated on a tiny rocky island in Lake Victoria. The park is home to impala, rock hyrax, vervet monkeys, wild cats, clawless otters and De Brazzas monkeys. The boat ride from Mwanza city centre takes about 15 minutes.
The Nata Bird Sanctuary is a community managed reserve on the Sowa pan where bird life and wildlife is protected.
The Sowa pan forms a part of the Makgadikgadi Pans. You will experience the magnificent vast open space of the salt pans driving towards the look out point and with luck you will find the flamingos who come to breed in the winter. It...
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