Chasing the Waterfalls of Luapula

Leaving Mansa (Refer to Modest Mansa blog post)There were few private transport options from Mansa and non were affordable enough for my budget, so I chose to use public transport (Peace Soldier Bus services) with an extra seat for additional leg room. During the journey, I witnessed the beautiful landscape of the province with aContinue reading “Chasing the Waterfalls of Luapula”

Modest Mansa

I began my journey from Lusaka aboard Mahogany Airlines to Ndola with a connecting flight to Mansa, the provincial capital of the Luapula province. The flight time from Lusaka to Mansa was under 2 hours. Fun fact! Mansa was formerly called Fort Rosebery before Zambia’s independence and it is a mere 50 kms away from the borderContinue reading “Modest Mansa”

Serene Samfya

I had an opportunity to head to the Luapula province of Zambia for the first time. The first leg of my adventure was dedicated for some much-needed R&R before I began my work and Samfya made the most sense for this purpose. Located on the south-western part of Lake Bangweulu, Samfya is nicely nestled onContinue reading “Serene Samfya”