Luangwa


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Lu·ang·wa

 (lo͞o-äng′wä)
A river, about 805 km (500 mi) long, of eastern Zambia flowing south-southwest to the Zambezi River.
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The UNWTO delegation had the opportunity to experience a safari at the South Luangwa National Park which is considered one of Africa's remaining ecologically un-spoilt wilderness areas.
A lioness takes a drink at South Luangwa National Park, Zambia.
The Zambian Carnivore Programme has so far freed 38 lions from potentially deadly snares in Kafue and South Luangwa. These rescued cats subsequently gave birth to 148 cubs--a significant number in a combined population of perhaps 600 lions and a good reason for Wilderness Safaris' tourists to be proud of their contribution.
And the majestic animals were killed in Zambia's South Luangwa National Park where they should be free to roam safely.
Shimmering beneath the wings of the red-and-white Cessna, the Luangwa River threads its way through the open plains and mist-clad mopane forest of Zambia's South Luangwa National Park like a golden ribbon.
South Luangwa is dubbed 'Valley of the leopard' and is one of the best places to see them.
The Chikunda, a matrilineal ethnic group found in the Luangwa district of Zambia, practice an initiation ceremony for girls interchangeably called chinamwali or chisungu, a customary practice performed when a girl experiences her first menstrual period.
COOL CAT by Isak Pretorius WHERE: South Luangwa National Park, Zambia WHAT: This lioness drinking from a waterhole is one of the Mfuwe Lodge pride.
COOL CAT by Isak Pretorius WHERE: South Luangwa National Park, Zambia Cool Cat WHAT: This lioness drinking from a waterhole is one of the Mfuwe Lodge pride.
COOL CAT by Isak Pretorius WHERE: South Luangwa National Park, Zambia WHAT: This lioness drinking from a Cool Cat waterhole is one of the Mfuwe Lodge pride.
Transforming approaches to CBNRM: Learning from the Luangwa experience in Zambia.