An afternoon game drive is just about the right thing to do when in Livingstone. We are so fortunate to have the Mosi-oa-Tunya NP on our doorstep. It’s a small national park. Just 66km² but it hosts a good number […]
First time on a game drive. Everything is new. Everything is exciting. So much to see. To capture. Our youngest guest Ethan, not even 4 years old, with his siblings and parents had a great time in Mosi-oa-Tunya NP. The […]
Today, we go birding by the sewage ponds in Livingstone. It’s Sunday morning, cold season approaching fast. Not so easy to leave the blankets. A quick coffee, binoculars, camera and bird book and off we go. We head to the […]
Cymatopacha is a monotypic moth genus in the family Lasiocampidae erected by Per Olof Christopher Aurivillius in 1921. Its single species, Cymatopacha obscura, was described by the same author in the same year. It is found in Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa. The larvae feeds on Combretum and Terminalia.
A beautiful morning in Livingstone. Blue sky. Sunshine. Warm. After weeks of English weather with countless hours of rain and grey days this is so much better. This is a long weekend. Livingstone was supposed to be full of tourists […]
This year is moving on fast. But have you made plans for Valentine’s Day? Valentine’s Day is as usual on 14 February which is this year a Sunday. Guess what? Monday is added and this makes it a long weekend. […]
The Smoke that Thunders About 8km away from Livingstone are the mighty Victoria Falls – the Smoke that Thunders. When driving along Mosi-oa-Tunya Road in Livingstone, one can see the mist from the Victoria Falls just after passing by Livingstone […]
Tracking White Rhino’s in Livingstone’s Mosi-oa-Tunya NP Did you know that the only population of White Rhinoceroses in Zambia is found in Livingstone’s Mosi-oa-Tunya NP? Yes, you read it right. Of cause you should visit the mighty Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria […]