The Zambia Tourism Reality Show is on Day 7 of filming! In lovely Livingstone, of course! Here is a quick sneak peek: If you’d like to support this worthwhile effort, here is the info, from Producer, Brian Matambo: What We Need & What You Get We require $30,000 to effectively fund and produce this, Read More

Brian Matambo is the creative genius behind a reality TV show that puts the beautiful African country of Zambia front and centre. He is relying on the time and energy of enthusiastic participants, but also requires some production funds to get the project underway. Filming commences on the 21st of March, so there isn’t much, Read More

by Bea Broda I was in Lusaka for a conference, which didn’t leave me a lot of time to tour around as much as I would have liked to. Many visitors to any African country will want to live the awesome experience of a safari park where they can gaze at magnificent animals roaming, Read More

The Zambia Tourism Agency announced that foreign travelers to Zambia now have the KAZA Visa available for their use. The visa is already being issued at four Borders (Kenneth Kaunda International, Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airports, Kazungula, and Victoria Falls Borders) in Zambia. Previous terms and conditions governing the KAZA Visa remain the same., Read More

Zambia is not an expensive tourist destination this has been revealed by a French tour company that just returned from Zambia on a familiarization tour. This came to light when Mr. Bonnis Sebastien who is the Tourism Product Manager in charge of Asia – East Africa & Southern – Indian Ocean – South &, Read More

LUSAKA, Zambia – Proflight Zambia is the fastest growing local airline in the Southern African region according to latest aviation industry research. The airline’s capacity has almost doubled in the last five years, says leading global aviation analysis company OAG Aviation, which has reported that the airline recorded a growth in capacity of 89.8, Read More

SAUSALITO, CA, March 17, 2015 – Leading exotic wildlife travel expert Wild Planet Adventures ( specializes in intimate encounters with exotic wildlife in less-traveled destinations that feature more animals and fewer tourists.  For this National Geographic Travelerhas awarded Wild Planet it’s “world’s best” accolades five times. Staying true to this travel formula, Wild Planet Adventures founder Josh Cohen places, Read More

by Bea Broda Lusaka is certainly a city on the rise. A number of African countries, such as Uganda, Zimbabwe and others, have been putting themselves on the tourism map, which is a direct result of successful development from within and peaceful strategies. The reason I was in Lusaka was a conference, but I’m, Read More

. . . And you can sample some fabulous wine and cheese while you’re at it! by Bea Broda I’m a huge fan of archaeology, history and culture, and I’d have to say that’s what drives and guides most of my travels. I found myself in Lusaka, Zambia, to attend a conference, and was, Read More