Walking Safaris and Deb Tittle's Mapazi Camp

Walking Safaris and Deb Tittle's Mapazi Camp

Sue Watt, August 20, 2019 Categories: Sue Watt's Responsible Travels, Zambia, Other
South Luangwa National Park is known as the home of the walking safari, pioneered by renowned conservationist Norman Carr back in the 1960s. Sue Watt recently visited Deb Tittle's Mapazi Camp, tracking big animals on foot and experiencing up-close encounters with Africa’s amazing wildlife...
Unique Safaris That Get You Away From The Crowds In Style

Unique Safaris That Get You Away From The Crowds In Style

Philip Briggs, December 27, 2017 Categories: Kenya, Travel Tips, Zambia
When you contemplate booking an African safari, it’s the obvious icons that spring to mind – Serengeti, Masai Mara, Kruger, South Luangwa, Okavango and the like. But...
Zambia’s Legendary Lioness: Lady Liuwa

Zambia’s Legendary Lioness: Lady Liuwa

Sue Watt, October 13, 2015 Categories: African Wildlife, Safari Tours, The Big Five, Zambia
As lion populations plummet across Africa, Sue Watt meets a lioness who acquired celebrity status through her story of survival in Zambia’s Liuwa Plains National Park...
David Livingstone

David Livingstone

Melissa Shales, April 22, 2014 Categories: Safari History, Zambia
Everyone knows the name David Livingstone. There’s a town named after him in Zambia, a museum dedicated to him in Scotland. His house in Zanzibar is a tourist site, as is his grave in Westminster Abbey, and the place where his heart was buried under a tree at Ilala in Zambia.