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Elephants of Nsumbu National Park

On our sunset cruise yesterday we came across a particularly playful heard to elephants. Consisting of all ages this seemed like a healthy heard and they weren't too bothered by us stopping in for a look.Elephants are truly the most majestic and wise of the wild animal kingdom and it was a special moment for... Continue Reading →

In Africa, What to do when….

As a lodge owner we are inundated with a million questions from keen tourists who are terrified of wild animals and other sticky situations. In all fairness most of them are decent questions but others are either amusing or impossible and I have to fight the urge to just make something up. But in response... Continue Reading →

We love you, Warthogs and all

Did you know they are the only pigs able to live in areas without water for several months of the year? No? How about that the warthog has poor vision (though better than most other African wild pigs), but its senses of smell and hearing are good? Neither graceful nor beautiful, warthogs are nonetheless remarkable... Continue Reading →

Lake Tanganyika

If you haven’t been to the Lake its hard to describe its size and beauty. Every morning I wake up to the orange light of the rising sun and look out through my window at the calm serene waters, I know I am lucky. Described as an inland sea due to its vastness and depth,... Continue Reading →

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