Zambia Bush Adventure

Joseph flies into the bush for astonishing wildlife and cultural encounters with the animals and people of Zambia’s Luangwa Valley.

Travelscope’s Zambia Travel Partners

image“A big, beautiful travel book” -USA Today

Answering the difficult questions that today’s savvy travelers ask—where’s the best place for a beach getaway in March? What are my options if June is the only time I can take a vacation? I’m getting married in November, where would be the perfect place for a honeymoon?—this is the must-have book for anyone planning a vacation or a longer adventure.

Consultant Editor Joseph Rosendo and a team of travel experts have combined inspirational narrative with sumptuous photography to bring over 130 global destinations to life, from snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef or cruising the Galapagos Islands to marveling at the mighty Victoria Falls or grazing at the Galway Oyster Festival. Domestic getaways aren’t overlooked, either: the fall foliage in Northeast Vermont is radiant in September; the funky, sunny Florida Keys are an ideal February getaway and both the jaw-dropping California Coast and lush Kaua’i make for fantastic October trips.

DK Eyewitness Travel Guides are loved for their visual excellence and quality information. Now, Where to Go When takes the Eyewitness experience to the coffee table and is bound to give even armchair travelers itchy feet.
Highlights include:


  • Over 350 vacation ideas, organized month by month
  • Superb photography captures the very essence of each destination
  • Tailored vacations in six themes - Festivals & Culture, Unforgettable Journeys, Natural World, Luxury & Romance, Activity Breaks, Family Getaways
  • Covers travel mainstays like New York and Rome, plus the more exotic, like La Paz and Timbuktu
  • Practical information on getting there, transportation, weather, accommodation, suggested itineraries, and food
  • Helpful list of dos and don’ts
  • 5-year calendar of events and an overview of the world’s weather

  • $40, Hardcover, 9780756630737, 336pp, October 2007

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    imageWhen thinking of the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia various images come to mind. Lions. Elephants. Leopards. Trees. Theatre. Theatre?

    South Luangwa National Park, celebrated for its abundance of wildlife is now becoming famous for another thing – theatre.

    There is a small group of actors who live in South Luangwa National Park who are slowly becoming famous for their groundbreaking work in theatre for development circles. They have formed an organisation called SEKA - which means to laugh in the local language - and stands for Sensitisation and Education through Kunda Arts. They are using theatre to sensitise communities and gather grassroots information on many important social and environmental issues.

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