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Food For Change ~ A Zambian Slow Food Menu

“The food we put on our plates plays an even larger role in climate change than the cars we buy.” - Slow Food founder, Carlo Petrini  We are proud to be participating in this year's Food For Change event, with Relais & Châteaux and ...

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Royal Chundu elephant

Slow Dancing With Elephants

If you slow anything down, a scene of a chef cooking ramen, water flowing over a rock, a child running into its parents’ arms, the romance in the moment reveals itself. The emotion of a simple gesture. The beauty is revealed because you’...

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Together, Side By Side

The Mushekwa village is a short boat ride from our lodge. We sit side by side (with it on our left, if you’re looking at the river, not from it). To our right is Muluka, the fishing village. We’re far away enough from both to allow for t...

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10 Rules of Canoe Etiquette When on the Zambezi

The Tatler’s guide to yachting etiquette calls for “no shoes, swagger or silliness, please.” You could say the same rules apply to canoeing down the great Zambezi River. Here are a few of our own polite requests... Our 10 Rules of C...

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A Moveable Feast Through Zambia

We have launched a special Zambian-style feast for our new multi-course tasting menu. Consider it a culinary adventure along our riverbank and through our greater national terroir, an honouring of the families living here today and the g...

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