Zambia is open to international travellers. Time + Tide’s expert guides described their favourite safari havens – South Luangwa, Liuwa Plain and Lower Zambezi
Photography tips from Time + Tide’s resident photographer, Andrew Macdonald.
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There is a special relationship between Liuwa’s lions and its human inhabitants, with Lady Liuwa’s pride living wild and free, but always with a propensity for wandering the edges of Time + Tide King Lewanika, the only permanent camp in the national park.
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This time every year as the rains bring the Liuwa Plain in Zambia back to life, Africa’s second biggest wildebeest migration moves into the southern reaches of the national park to drop their calves.
Nocturnal wildlife: It’s the luck of the draw, but there’s a real sense of accomplishment when you happen to cross paths with one of these denizens of the dark.
With their brilliant magenta plumage and accents of coral, turquoise and black, carmine bee-eaters are truly a sight to behold, turning even those least inclined into avian enthusiasts.
It is with heavy hearts that we must once more announce the loss of an important lioness from the Liuwa Pride. Just weeks after the passing of the famous Lady Liuwa, her second in command, Sepo, has passed as well.
The Norman Carr Safaris team at Nsolo Camp in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park came across an orphaned baby warthog and had to make a decision to help her.
A herd of elephants come marching through Kapani Lodge in South Luangwa.
Two leopards and a hyena put on a show in South Luangwa National Park.
The women of Mambwe met to celebrate International Women’s Day and discuss the steps that still need to be made for gender equality in Zambia.
African Parks teams with Norman Carr Safaris to construct a luxury camp in honour of two remarkable residents of Liuwa Plain National Park.
A local explains why you should visit Zambia on safari.
How wild dogs catch and kill a bushbuck that won’t come out the water, without losing lunch to a crocodile.
We have heard of the Savuti lions specialising in killing elephants but the lions in South Luangwa seem to like hippo meat instead.
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A one eyed male leopard shows no fear as he fights crocodiles for food.
A fierce fight ensues when a lone leopard pounces on a pair of mating leopards.
A young elephant somehow manages to bravely fend off an attack by a 14 member pride of female lions in Zambia.