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Nsefu Wildlife is proud to announce our beekeeping program is underway! We have teamed up with Bee Sweet Ltd for establishing beehives throughout Nsefu. Bee Sweet has donated over 900 hives to the program in addition to the original hives donated with funds raised by Bud’s Louisiana Cafe. These hives are in the process of […]
It’s the rainy season at Zikomo Safaris and during the rainy season the staff had no choice but to tear down Chalets 7 and 8, and rebuilt them due to the rains and high water levels in the river. The newly built chalets have lofts, an indoor bathroom and an enclosed outdoor shower.  We look […]
Nsefu Wildlife Conservation Foundation sewing team of 7 ladies have started making face masks to give to the chief and people of NSEFU. So proud of them. We thank team USA for funding this important project to start the making of these face masks. Its law now in Zambia that you cannot use public transportation […]
Max Demian Wallace born February 12, 1970 passed away on March 15, 2018.  We will always be grateful to Demian for the work he did to help make his mother’s dream, Zikomo Safari and Nsefu Wildlife come true.  He will be missed, but his legacy lives on. It has been two years on March 15th […]
We typically don’t associate antelope with wetlands, but the black lechwe, one of three living subspecies of lechwe, are found nowhere else in the world, but in the Bangweulu swamp, and more specifically, the Bangweulu Game Management Area (GMA) in northern Zambia. Bangweulu translates to ‘where the water sky meets the sky’. Similar to other […]
When Dutch explorers settled the Province of the Cape of Good Hope in the 17th Century, they encountered a beast that reminded them of the largest member of the deer family—the moose. Since Europeans typically refer to moose as “elk”, the beast, a large antelope, was bestowed the name “eland”. Eland is Dutch for elk. […]
From its inception, the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) has been expected to generate its own revenue, and has done so through consumptive tourism. This includes the hunting and harvesting of wildlife, which is largely conducted by safari hunters in Zambia’s Game Management Areas (GMA’s) and on unfenced hunting ranches. Special licenses and hunting by Zambian […]