Lake Tanganyika in Africa is primarily known for its glittering scenic vistas, fantastic fishing and the coastal expanse of Nsumbu National Park but the most extraordinary part is often missed, exploring its underwater world and the animals that inhabit it. You don't have to be an ecologist to appreciate this experience and its fast becoming... 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 Chef cooking this mornings breakfast. Our new activity map is now hanging in the bar area and looking great!
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 →
ZNFC Flashbacks. Who could forget this whopper from Eric Rath?! Day 2 of the National comp 2015. http://www.ndolebaylodge.com
Young bull elephants in musk having a tussle. Seen on a Kala Bay cruise & walk from Ndole Bay Lodge. http://www.ndolebaylodge.com
ZNFC Flashbacks - This catch is Team Mirza from 2015 - Day 1 of the National Comp. http://www.ndolebaylodge.com