Tag Archives: South Luangwa

Photo Blog: Southern Carmine Bee-eaters Return to Zambia

Next month, Zambia will once again see the arrival of thousands of winged beauties that annually paint the sky, bushes and riverbanks of the South Luangwa in dazzling pinks, greens and blues – these are the southern carmine bee-eaters. Every …

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Take a Walk on the Wild Side of Life

‘The What, Where and How of Walking Safaris’ There’s been a lot of hype around ‘walking safaris’ in recent years. Dubbed as one of the most authentic wildlife experiences in Africa, walking safaris have gone from being completely off anyone’s …

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Lions take centre stage Nsefu Camp

It was the second day of the new safari season at Nsefu Camp in South Luangwa, Zambia, and the stage was set for a grand opening courtesy of the lions. Prepping for breakfast along the riverside in the early hours …

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