Lake Tanganyika, second largest of the lakes of eastern Africa. It is the longest freshwater lake in the world (410 miles [660 km]) and the second deepest 1,436 metres after Lake Baikal in Russia. Comparatively narrow, varying in width from 10 to 45 miles (16 to 72 km), it covers about 12,700 square miles (32,900 square km) and forms the boundary between Tanzania and... Continue Reading →
Northern Waterfalls The far North of Zambia has a huge variety of hidden gems. The places described here are great spots to visit for the self driving visitor, we recommend making a trip of several days to Ndole Bay and several days back. Almost 30% of all the fresh water in Africa originates in Zambia... Continue Reading →
This blog is about our tour to the Old Kapiysha Geothermal Plant in the nearby pebble village of Munshi. In 1986 the Zambian Geological Survey, in conjunction with Italian Aid, determined that the hot springs in Kapisya were favorable for commercial power generation. A pilot plant located in Sumbu on the shores of Lake Tanganyika was... Continue Reading →
Our Kala Bay cruise and walk is our most popular activity into Nsumbu National Park. This is because its great for animal sightings, namely elephants, hippos, warthogs, antelopes and various birds, as well as the gorgeous landscapes and calm reflective waters in the bay. This is always done late afternoon so that visitors can view... Continue Reading →
Our classic and favourite dessert option, Lemon Meringue Pie. The lemons are from our organic orchard and made with love!
Yesterdays fun and games at sunset with a game of beach soccer followed by a star lit dinner on the beach. What a wonderful day at Ndole Bay!
This morning sunrise over Lake Tanganyika in Zambia from Ndole Bay Lodges deck. It was simply too sensational not to share 😉
Yesterdays sunset cruise into Nsumbu National Park was pretty exciting! Elephants, Hippos and a crocodile, oh my!.
The subject of my essay are the Wildlife Officers who work to protect the National Parks from poachers on a meager pay. As most photographs in Africa are only of the beautiful animals themselves and I wanted to show the other side of the scene and portray the individuals who risk their lives daily to... Continue Reading →