Welcome to Travel Zambia magazine
Travel Zambia is the only international magazine dedicated to the promotion of travel to and within Zambia. It provides creative, unique content that meets the demand of the traveller. With independent editorial control, it takes an honest and objective outlook on all subjects, designed to complement the material already put out by the tourist board and other organisations, as well as guide books.
How to receive Travel Zambia:
There are three ways in which you can receive TRAVEL ZAMBIA:
• In Print Have the magazine delivered to your home as a printed publication. A fee of £4 (UK) or £7 (ROW) is payable per edition to cover print and postage of the magazine. Order here.
• Online as digital emagazine flipbooks. Entirely free. Flick through, search, bookmark pages, print, share. Click here
to see what we mean. Access it whenever you like by visiting the site,
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to keep checking in.
• On the App The Travel Africa magazines app on the iTunes App
Store includes Travel Zambia and is ideal if you want to read your mag
on an iPad or iPhone (Android version coming soon). Each issue is
displayed in normal Page view so you can flick through the mag as you
would in print, and a convenient Text view with adjustable font size for
easy reading and scrolling. The App is free, and single issues of the
magazines (Travel Africa, Travel Namibia, Travel Zambia, and Travel
Zimbabwe) are priced individually.
Kafue National Park is Zambia’s largest and boasts its greatest variety of wildlife. Yet years of neglect have seen it slip down the country’s tourist agenda. Mike Unwin travelled this vast reserve from north to south in search of its secrets, and discovered just why it once again tops the to-do list of many discerning safari-goers.
African wild dog. Cape hunting dog. Painted wolf. Call it what you will,
this elusive predator holds a special fascination for many
safari-goers. But with no more than 4000 left across Africa, seeing one
is not so easy. Dog devotee Merlith McKendrick visited Zambia’s South
Luangwa National Park on a unique safari dedicated to this enigmatic
animal. Her diary reveals how she got on.