We are proud to announce that as of today, our slick new promotional video welcomes visitors to the Zambiatourism.com website. We hope that the video will add another level of allure to our comprehensive site and continue to help take Zambia’s online tourism footprint to new heights.
The video was entirely produced and financed by Biggestleaf.com and AfricaInsites.com, the private owners and managers of Zambiatourism.com. Biggestleaf.com are committed to continuing to shine a light on Zambia’s remarkable tourism potential and working with the local private sector in this process. The new video is the culmination of a lot of time, dedication and money put towards that end.
Much of the footage for the video was compiled between September and November 2014 by a small team of travel and marketing experts from Biggestleaf.com (including photographers and a videographer) whilst on an extensive and privately-funded trip around the country.
The epic 7 week trip saw the team drive all the way through to Zambia from Cape Town and cover roughly 6,000kms within Zambia itself in two fully-equipped Toyota Fortuners. The team visited almost all of Zambia’s best destinations, including a number of the more remote ones.
Places visited on the trip – and featured in the new video – include Livingstone, Lower Zambezi National Park, South Luangwa National Park, Kafue National Park, Kasanka National Park, Liuwa Plains National Park, Lake Tanganyika, Lake Bangweulu, Kapishya Hot Springs, Lusaka, Ndola and much more.
Other footage for the video was kindly provided by a number of local operators on the ground in Zambia. A big thank you goes out to Sausage Tree Camp, Ndole Bay Lodge, Lake Safari Lodge, Kaing-U Safari Lodge, Track and Trail River Camp and Bundu Adventures for their contributions.
We hope that this video is just a first step in terms of greater collaboration with local operators and will welcome footage and input from any and all other sources in the tourism sector going forward. If you would like to get involved contact Biggestleaf.com.
We are all very proud of the polished final product and look forward to the reactions to it, and to seeing the positive impact it will undoubtedly have on our site and on Zambia’s tourism growth.