What to eat in Zambia?

The corn flour's dough, maize, is the main dish of Zambian cuisine. It is one of the staples of the swahili food tradition, but changes as it assumes the influences of local gastronomies. So you will find it in Zambia as well, but under different shapes, uses, flavours and mixes. The local name for maize [...]
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Zimbabwe Mana Pools National Park

Mana pools National Park in Zimbabwe take its name from a Zimbabwean shona world meaning “four” it refers to the four water pools that are formed by the Zambezi River. When it comes to Zimbabwe tourism everyone talks about Hwange national park as the best national park, Mana pools is not really mentioned so many [...]
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Pakasangano Lodge

Many are surprised to hear the meaning of the beautiful Pakasangano Lodge is “a meeting place”. It is one of the lodges in Zambia located on the banks of the great Zambezi river that is open all year round, giving tourist a chance to travel at any time of the year and having wonderful views [...]
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The Nyami Nyami god

This is so fascinating to read that, The local Tonga people of Zambia have a cultural belief that the Nyami Nyami is a god and guardian of the Zambezi river, this has been passed on by generations from their ancestors till now that there is a god of the river and a “goddess” his wife [...]
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Great Zambesi river in Zambia

Zambezi River simply means “Great River” in our Zambian Tonga language. The Zambezi is the fourth longest east flowing river here in Africa, it beautifully flows through six African countries. The mighty Zambezi River lies at 1,500 meters (4, 900ft) above sea level in Mwinilunga district in Zambia.  It passes through Zambia, Angola, Namibia, and [...]
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