Kavango & Zambezi-Stories

December 13, 2016

Exploring the national parks of the Zambezi Region

Imagine a pointing index finger, more than 500 kilometres long and 32 kilometres wide. This giant digit is attached to a huge fist, a landmass punctuated with soaring sand dunes and oceans of desert. Surround the finger with rivers— the mighty Zambezi, the Chobe, Linyanti—and you have the Zambezi Region, a water-rich extremity shooting from the north-eastern corner of Namibia like an arrow into the heart of Africa
January 12, 2017

Let the dogs run free

Most of us love dogs (they are, after all, man's best friend), and the African wild dog Lycaon pictus is fast becoming a 'must see' for visitors to the KaZa TFCA, the largest conservation area in Africa.
March 7, 2017

The people of Kavango and Zambezi

March 8, 2017

Can KAZA benefit wildlife and people?

KAZA is about the size of Sweden, covering around 520 000 square kilometres. It embraces national parks, game reserves, forest reserves, community conservancies and wildlife management areas.
March 9, 2017

Human-elephant conflict on the decline?

Namibia's elephant population is increasing, yet cases of human-wildlife conflict have been declining compared to previous years.
June 2, 2017

Paradise has a new name

Green. Lush. Wet. Wild. The sun setting beyond tree canopies. Surprise visits from elusive creatures. An adventure awaits here in one of Namibia’s most enigmatic locales. Welcome to the Zambezi in all its wonder.
June 9, 2017

Salambala – Forbidden romance & the birth of a conservancy

Deep in the Zambezi Region, on the protruding southernmost tip of the former Caprivi Strip, lies an abundant landscape dominated by Mopane woodland and floodplain grasslands. It’s an environment that boasts a large diversity of exotic bird species – many of which are unique to the area – and plenteous wildlife, including four of Africa’s Big Five.
July 6, 2017

Tour through Kavango and Zambezi

Cattle graze peacefully in the green pastures, and traditional reed and mud huts stand out between fields of mahangu and sorghum, some right next to the main roads – to allow better access to resources and transport. Activities can be observed from your vehicle, or better still, from one of the designated picnic spots under the abundant trees. The area is wild and untamed, giving a glimpse of the ‘real’ Africa. The biggest attraction of the Kavango and Zambezi regions is still the rugged, rural life that can be observed even when only passing through.

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