Unique Wilderness in the Heart of Zambia

The Kafue National Park (KNP) is known to be Zambia’s oldest and largest national park, covering over 20,000 square kilometres. The KNP is actually located within three of Zambia’s provinces and is surrounded by Game Management Areas. Its northern edge sits along the Busanga Floodplains in the North Western province, while the middle part sitsContinue reading “Unique Wilderness in the Heart of Zambia”

Monkey Pools

This picturesque spot is located in a gated community of Mukamunya on the outskirts of Lusaka along Leopards Hill Road (directions are accessible using any reputable location apps). Monkey Pools, provides a great outdoor space where visitors can enjoy some tranquility yet still be close enough to the bustling metropolis. Entrance to the facility costsContinue reading “Monkey Pools”

The Lundazi Castle

The Lundazi Castle is one of Zambia’s most unique national monument and pieces of architecture. This castle is actually found within the city of Lundazi city, about 190kms north of Chipata in the Eastern Province, and it is a stone throw away from Lundazi Bus station. The road to Lundazi actually comes pretty close toContinue reading “The Lundazi Castle”

The Pedicle Road

My next adventure was to the Luapula province, which, in my opinion, has the largest variety of water bodies (lakes, waterfalls, rivers) in the country. I opted to travel to Mansa, Luapula’s provincial capital, using the Mufulira – Pedicle route, it is the alternative way to get to there. I got to see a bitContinue reading “The Pedicle Road”