A excellent video promoting Zambia has just been produced by Zambia Tourism. Kudos to the team at Biggest Leaf for their work on this video too. Source: Zambia Tourism
Elephants are being slaughtered in unprecedented numbers and if it continues experts predict they will be extinct in the wild within 20 years. In order to bring poaching under control, it needs to be tackled at the market, in transit, and on the ground. Rory Young, an anti-poaching strategist provides a summary of the problem of tackling […]
If an elephant charges, there are a few handy tips to keep in mind: 1. Determine whether or not the elephant is actually going to charge. 2. Watch the elephant’s ears 3. Listen for warnings as you’ll likely hear trumpeting as a warning from the elephant All of the above, clearly a lot easier if you’re with a Zambian […]
What makes Zambia great? Elizabeth Gordon shares 7 reasons to go to Zambia: Great game-viewing Walking safaris The Quality of the Guiding The Variety of Activities Small properties Diverse and Beautiful Scenery Value for Money We think there are lots more reasons, and obviously, top of the list should be the Zambian people.
According to African Wildlife Foundation and Wild Side Zambia, on February 18th, 2012 a white rhino calf was born in Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park! The healthy female baby was born to Inonge, who lost her last calf some time in 2010. This is good news especially given that thirty years ago, Zambia’s black rhino was considered extinct and […]
From Wild Side Zambia, To commemorate the bi-centenary a feast of cultural and sporting events as well as an international arts exhibition is being planned in Livingstone between March (Livingstone’s birth month) and October 2013. These include theatre, street theatre, traditional dancing, bands and concerts, soccer, seven-a-side rugby, David Livingstone Classic golf, cycling, 3-country trail marathon, […]