Lumangwe & Kabwelume Falls – Die Lumangwe- & Kabwelume-Fälle

The Kalungwishi River in Northern Zambia is truly the gem of that area. Coming down from a remote mountain range of over 1.600 meters altitude, the river is flowing down in northwestern direction towards Lake Mweru. On its last 80 kilometers the Kalungwishi is passing three falls of which Lumangwe Falls is the first one. […]

Ntumbachushi Falls – Die Ntumbachushi-Fälle

A few kilometres east of Kawambwa in north-eastern Zambia, one can find the beautiful Ntumbachushi Falls. The water of Ngona river is crystal clear, perfect for a refreshing bath in the heat of noon just above the crest line. Ein paar Kilometer östlich von Kawambwa im Nordosten Sambias liegen die malerischen Ntumbachushi-Fälle. Das Wasser des […]

Livingstone & Victoria falls – Livingstone & die Victoriafälle

Livingstone Modern-day Livingstone is located where once Constitution hill had been, only a few kilometres from Victoria falls and the original settlement. That settlement had been founded in 1898 but was relocated to the present place as early as 1901 because of the problematical climate conditions right at Zambezi river. Das moderne Livingstone liegt heute […]

Murchison Falls National Park

With a size of around 3.800 km2, Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda´s largest protected area. In a north-western corner of the country, it is divided into a northern and a southern sector by the Victoria Nile coming from lake Kyoga to the east. The Victoria Nile delta at lake Albert in the west is […]

Les Chutes de la Lily

In Ampefy, it is Sakay river that drains Lake Itasy before taking a turn to the south 50 kilometres west of the town. Then, it converges with another river and flows into the Mahajil coming from the highland, where it was named Kitsamby. On its way west to the Channel of Mozambique, Mahajil river passes […]

Tis Issat – Die Fälle des Blauen Nils – Blue Nile Falls

Southeast of Bahir Dar, the 400 m wide water masses of the Blue Nile plunge down a 45 m high cliff. Due to the construction of a waterpower station upstream, there are strong fluctuations of the water level, even though the power station became less important after the construction of another one at Beles river. […]