The following links may be of use to those of you interested in planning a trip to Zambia or requiring more information on different programs in the region.
Mulberry Mongoose is a unique jewellery company based in the South Luangwa, neighbouring Kapani Lodge. Their jewellery is hand made by highly trained local ladies from the South Luangwa using organic materials originating from the African bush including; feathers, hand carved wooden beads and carved vegetable ivories mixed with beautiful semi-precious stones and metals. The flagship Collection uses snare wire, a lethal wire set down by poachers to trap wildlife, turning it from a brutal weapon into beautiful jewellery; with each piece sold, money is donated to funding further anti snare patrols.
Zambia Tourist Board
ZTB has compiled a comprehensive website covering all aspects of tourism in all regions of Zambia. This site will give you an overview of what the country has to offer.
Proflight runs scheduled and charter flights throughout Zambia. They have been a preferred partner of Norman Carr Safaris since 1995.
For assistance with and information about visas and entry permits
South Luangwa Conservation Society
The South Luangwa Conservation Society is a non-profit community based organisation. We are committed to the conservation of the local wildlife and natural resources of the National Park and surrounding Game Management Areas.
Zambian Carnivore Monitoring Project
In collaboration with the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA), the Zambian Carnivore Programme is a non-profit Zambian registered trust dedicated to conserving large carnivore species and their habitat in one of Africa's most wildlife-rich countries.
Chipembele Wildlife Education Trust
Steve and Anna Tolan established Chipembele Wildlife Education Trust with the associated Wildlife Education Centre opening in May 2001. The Trust was set up to support the advancement of the education of children and young people in the conservation and preservation of the environment and its wildlife.
Tribal Textiles produce unique hand-painted traditional and contemporary fabrics in Zambia's Luangwa Valley. Their extensive product range, all made with 100% cotton fabric, designed and individually hand painted, includes cushion covers, bed linen, table linen, wall hangings, bags, aprons and many more great ideas. Their produce is sold in our shop at Kapani and we can arrange visits to their factory workshop.
African Travel and Tourism Association
ATTA is more than a trade association, it is a unique club for those who believe passionately in Africa and wish to share and promote their expertise to ensure that tourism plays a major role across this vast continent.
Association for the Promotion of tourism to Africa
It is the goal and purpose of APTA to promote tourism to the continent of Africa and its Islands. APTA will seek to improve tourism to Africa through the education of its members.
An e-magazine that provides a way of keeping up-to-date with current affairs in Zambia.