Lake Kashiba

Lake Kashiba Serenity

One of the most unusual lakes in Zambia is Lake Kashiba. This mysterious, 8.5-acre lake is a ‘sunken lake’-a sinkhole that lies about 30 feet below the surface of the surrounding land. The little lake is very deep; no true…

Lake Mweru

African Mokoro-Traditional Dug-Out Canoe

Beautiful but remote describes Lake Mweru, located on the border of Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (CRC). Mweru means lake in the local language. Covering 1,265,178 acres, Lake Mweru is the Congo drainage basin’s second largest lake, eclipsed…

Lake Bangweulu

Shoebill Stork

“Where The Water Meets The Sky” is an apt description of Lake Bangweulu in northern Zambia. The lake and wetland area is one of the most interesting water systems in the world. Consisting of more than the permanent lake, adjacent…

Lake Kariba

Elephant Herd

The mighty Zambezi River is the source of Lake Kariba, which spans an impressive 1.38 million acres in the southern African nations of Zimbabwe and Zambia. Hydroelectricity produced by Kariba Dam is used by both countries, while the vastness of…