Zambia’s Award-winning Safari Camps and Lodges

  Which luxury safari camps and lodges have been crowned the very best in Zambia? Prestigious international travel and tourism organisation, The Safari Guild recently announced the 2019 winners across 15 categories in the annual Safari Awards. All lodges, camps and operations nominated are found by the judges to be …

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SOLOMON CHIDUNUKA – Zambia’s Honoured Wildlife Warden

At a high-profile event in Cape Town, senior Wildlife Warden – Solomon Chidunuka – of the Department of National Parks and Wildlife was honoured with the international Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award 2017. Tusk helps to alleviate poverty through sustainable development and education amongst rural communities who live alongside wildlife, and …

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2018 – Your Safari Awaits

Whether it’s your first safari or one of many memorable adventures, Zambia is a wonderful destination for everyone! It is a beautiful country with so much to offer, as well as the variety of game species and birds, it is also rich with a vibrant culture and friendly people, stunning …

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Conservation Lower Zambezi Newsletter – February 2015

Environmental Education kicks off! Chongwe outreach 2015 CLZ’S Environmental Education Programme began in Chongwe District this month, funded by Elephant Charge. Our EEP team visiting 10 schools bordering the Lower Zambezi National Park for a lesson on poaching, and its effects, on not only wildlife but on local and global …

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On the Road with Zambia Tourism II: Lower Zambezi

In many ways, I think all of us in the team for this trip felt that as soon as we left the Vic Falls area that was when our Zambia adventure would really begin. And what a few days it’s been. We hit the road from Livingstone early and made …

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Conservation Lower Zambezi Newsletter June 2014

One Year of Village Scouts This month,  celebrates the one year anniversary of our Village Scout patrols. We are proud of this partnership with the Zambia Wildlife Authority () and the Community Resource boards (CRBs), and funding from USFWS, we recruited, trained and equipped a team of Village Scouts to …

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Conservation Lower Zambezi Newsletter October 2013

Lower Zambezi Aerial Survey Eyes in the skies as CLZ works with ZAWA to conduct an aerial survey of the Lower Zambezi elephant and large mammal population Funded by USFWS, in October CLZ completed a 12 day aerial game count in the Lower Zambezi National Park and surrounding areas in …

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Conservation Lower Zambezi Newsletter September 2013

Protecting vital crops from elephants using chilli Thanks to Proflight, South Luangwa Conservation Society and Awely, in August CLZ were able to teach 30 more farmers how to grow and use chillies to protect their fields from being raided by elephants. Every year substantial damage is suffered by villagers who …

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