Elephant Rescue – Update

We left the little elephant a few moments before he woke up, so glad to know that he would roam the earth pain-free and happy once again.

By: Tigger Scott, Fundraising Coordinator Dear friends and supporters of the Kasanka Trust We cannot thank you enough for your incredible generosity which enabled us to save the life of one snared elephant here at Kasanka National Park. We put the call out on Thursday last week for your help and by Sunday we were […]

Winter Wildlife Fashion Fundraiser

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As the days tick by and next month approaches, excitement is growing at both Kasanka and Lavushi Manda National Parks! We’re looking forward to a very special event, to be held at the Lusaka Museum, which is not only going to raise money for a great cause, but also allow some of Zambia’s finest fashion […]

End of Operations at Shoebill Island Camp

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It is with regret that Kasanka Trust Limited announces that as of the 31st July 2016, KTL will no longer be managing, operating and marketing Shoebill Island Camp. After various extensions, in April 2016 Kasanka Trust was advised by African Parks that their lease of Shoebill Island Camp would end on the 31st of July […]

Experience more at Kasanka

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Kasanka is thrilled to announce that we have put together 6 brand new and exciting experiences for our guests to enjoy. These activities are designed to allow our guests to enjoy the park to the full while experiencing something unique and special. Our first experience on offer is Sunrise, Sitatungas and Swamps. Enjoy an early game drive to […]

Building bridges and relationships

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Dion and Tigger had a joyous experience with Chief Chitambo opening a bridge at the park and strengthening relationships with the local villagers. Read Tigger’s heartwarming account of this occasion below. “It has been a busy week for us here at Kasanka, with one huge highlight.  Last Thursday we hosted Chief Chitambo IV and 30 […]

Fires and Feedback!

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Hi All, As if the challenges of running 2 lodges, 5 campsites and a National Park during our peak visitor season of the magnificent Bat Season aren’t enough, last week Chris and his team were confronted with an even bigger challenge – FIRES. It would appear that these were deliberately set by poachers and were […]

A day in the life of Kasanka!

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Saturday the 14 November proved to be quite an exciting, jam-packed day for everyone visiting Kasanka! Wasa Lodge manager Chris Meyer sent through the following report of the day’s events. All photos © Chris Meyer ·  The morning started with 14 guests in the BBC hide mesmerized by the return of nearly 8 million bats from […]