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How Dr. Lehman is Saving Lives on Africa’s Lake Tanganyika…

It’s MASSIVE.

Just how MASSIVE?

Lake Tanganyika is:

  • the world’s second largest freshwater lake, containing nearly one fifth of all the world’s fresh water;
  • divided among four countries including Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi, and Zambia; and
  • home to 12 million people!

Dr. Amy G. Lehman sums it up perfectly…

It’s the most important part of the world that you’ve never heard of.

And she should know.

Dr. Lehman is the founder of the Lake Tanganyika Floating Health Clinic that has provided medical outreach to 350,000 people along Lake Tanganyika and counting.

Learn how Dr. Lehman and her team are saving lives on Lake Tanganyika…

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The Great Victoria Falls; Zambia & Zimbabwe

With the entire width of the Zambezi River tumbling in one sheet of water into a chasm 360 feet (108m) below it can be hard to hear yourself think.

Victoria Falls is the world’s largest waterfall based on its width (1 mile/1.7km) and height and has recently been declared one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.Continue

South Luangwa National Park; Zambia

Step out into the sun and grab a warm cup of tea.  Take a deep breath of fresh morning air and look out across the landscape.

What fearsome beasts will you see on this day?  What adventures will you have?

Do yourself a favor and get out into the wild.

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Ride Zambezi’s Rapids; Livingstone, Zambia

Hold on, you’re almost there. Though you’ve been bucked around like a helpless bull rider, this set of rapids is nearly finished.

And you survived! The ordeal is over.

Oh wait, that was just the first part of your trip down the Zambezi River.Continue

Staying on the Estate; Shiwa Ng’andu, Zambia

In one of the world’s poorest countries, you would hardly expect to spend the night in luxurious accommodations.  And when these facilities are available, there is a sense of guilt that comes with indulgence.  Of all the money that is paid, very little will go to those who truly need it.

However, should you wish to base your trip from a safe and comfortable location, consider spending some time at the Shiwa Ng’andu Estate.Continue