Travelling has always been one of my passions, it gives me perspective, it evolves the way I see and live my life. This portion of my blog is as much a self exercise in learning how to share my travels as it is for giving any sort of travel advice. If you also find it informative or inspiring in any way then I’m thrilled!
I recently wrote a blog piece on what you can see, do and experience in my home town of Lusaka. It has been published in the Nkwazi Magazine, Zambia’s leading publication covering lifestyle, arts and culture, travel and business stories. The Nkwazi is available in print and online so you can read the piece on…Keep reading
Located in the outskirts of Lusaka off the Great North road, the Protea Lusaka Safari Hotel is one Lusaka’s Safari Hotels offering a good getaway for those looking to escape the bustle of the city. Getting to the Hotel is fairly easy and not labourous as there is signage which indicates that the lodge is…Keep reading
A 40-minute drive outside Lusaka’s Business district lies the Lusaka National Park, Zambia’s youngest national park. Getting there is a breeze as the road is tarred from the Woodlands / Leopards hill area to the entrance of the Park premises. The Park offers several outdoor nature-based activities, notably camping, bicycle trails and walking safaris, where…Keep reading
Mutambe Akasuba is a remote wellness lodge located 5kms off the T2 road on the outskirts of Chinsali, in Zambia’s Muchinga province. The Lodge has a conferencing facility, a fully stocked bar and a restaurant that serves a set menu that is written on the chalk board on a daily basis. I quite liked that…Keep reading
This serene spot is just 20 minutes outside Kitwe off the Kalulushi Road in Zambia’s Copperbelt province. I was happy to learn that the Mindolo Dam can be found using my maps app, but I initially got lost, as I took the directions heading toward Chingola. I was back on track after calling the Mindolo…Keep reading
After the lovely stay at Isanga Bay (refer to Excursion to Lake Tanganyika blog post), we journeyed back to Mpulungu using the speed boat in hopes to also see the Kalambo Falls before returning to Kasama. The drive from Mpulungu to Kalambo Falls, via Mbala, was fairly smooth and we managed to get to the…Keep reading
Kayaking on Lake Tanganyika I absolutely loved being able to push my limits by leaving the safety of the bay, paddling to some pretty deep blue waters and opening myself up to the thrill of it all. This experience was one for the books 🤩, the experience was just darn good for the gut, a…Keep reading
I signed up for a group excursion hosted by African Vacations and GlobalSmash and got to visit the Northern-most region of Zambia where our great nation meets the waters of the Tanganyika. This was the longest journey I have taken since I began my Zungulile Zambia adventure, it was just over 1000 km away from…Keep reading
Located at the top of a hill, in the Ibex Meanwood area of Lusaka, the Lusaka Legacy Resort and Conference Centre is a good space for some peace and quiet in an African-inspired aesthetic with a killer view and loads of fresh air. The Legacy has five villa’s that house a mix of conference facilities…Keep reading
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 sits…Keep reading
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