ABOUT THE WEBSITE
This website shows as much as we can about travelling around Zambia. We have shown maps and information about many of our parks and holiday destinations. Also there is information on our business centres for those who come for business and may want a bit of relaxation while in Zambia.
Each month there is some interesting news from around the country from tour operators on social media.
Also there is a section on Regional News which highlights many of the problems we face all over southern Africa to keep our wildlife safe. This newsletter goes out every two weeks and is followed by conservationists all over the world.
Zambia has major towns and cities
Zambia has good roads and football stadiums
But, get off the beaten track and things change …
And, at the end of the road …
With lots to see …
Bernie, Gill and the rest of the family
This is a photograph of us at Muftau and Lois’s wedding in May 2017. Bernie is first on the left. Gill is the old one next to Bernie. Lois is the bride with husband, Muftau in the middle. Finally, on the right is Peter.
We are at the Elephant Cafe in Livingstone. You can just make out a few eles in the background by the Zambezi River.
Gill used to be a teacher and the teaching bug stuck. Instead of teaching maths to school children, she continued to teach but this time on the wonders of African travel and history.
In 2010 she republished An Historical Guide to Livingstone and Victoria Falls Town for the Livingstone Tourism Association.
In 2011 Struik published her book, Beyond the Victoria Falls.
In 2015 she published A Window on Zambia and A Window on Zimbabwe for the first time.
A Window on Zambia was reprinted in 2016.
Bernie was born in Kalalushi, Zambia. School was in Zambia and Zimbabwe. After leaving school, Bernie’s best job was to work for a 4×4 hire company. The vehicles were hired to travel throughout Zambia and they were Land Rovers! Bernie loves Land Rovers …
Some years ago, she decided to go on a round the world trip. She visited many countries and then ended up in Australia where she found work and still lives today.
But, for Bernie, Zambia is home and she is on that plane for any excuse … at least once a year …
Only by hearing from readers of this site can we make improvements. Please let us know of any concerns, omissions or even just a spelling mistake.
We are not travel agents but we can give you advice if you are thinking of visiting Zambia. Often we will be able to help, but, if not, we can point you in the right direction.
Telephone: +260 977 838 512
Telephone: +61 437 591 217
Or just use the contact form below
Zambia Tourism Agency
Another site which is well worth looking at is Zambia Tourism.
They have loads of information too on visiting Zambia.