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Without any doubt this place is Zambia's best beach. The place is very suitable for romantic getaways, business team building activities as well as family come-togethers, and of course not forgetting reunions. Nice fresh fish too.
An amazing sight that blows your mind. The lake is true to its name merges with the sky in an optical illusion that's worth the trip. I will never forget the first time I saw it because I got goosebumps at this truly wonderful sight....More
Camped at Henry Courtyard lodge in Samfya.
This was a most disappointing visit. Whilst they claimed to have ablution facilities, there is no running water, facilities have not been cleaned for weeks, if not months. Staff are basically unavailable, braai stands and fire wood unavailable....More
Despite being born n bred in Zambia, i have never really visited the northern part of the country until my job required me to. i had heard so much about the beaches in Samfya that i made this a priority visit during my free time....More
My first encounter with this lake was a few weeks ago, I was awed at its beauty, wild natural and unexploited. It would be a wonderful place for all manner of water sport, it has natural white sandy beaches which is rare for an inland...More
There’s public transport, coaches are available at Intercity Bus Terminus in Lusaka to Samfya/Mansa. Please get on one which doesn’t use Pedicle(the road through the DRC - as you may require a DRC visa). Ensure you get on a... More
There’s public transport, coaches are available at Intercity Bus Terminus in Lusaka to Samfya/Mansa. Please get on one which doesn’t use Pedicle(the road through the DRC - as you may require a DRC visa). Ensure you get on a coach or bus using Tuta Road, it’s about 10hrs journey - but very cool and splendid for first timers.