An Enthusiastic Mulungushi Student visitor with the new guard rails at Kalambo Falls. Photo Mary Mbewe
The lip of the Kalambo Falls. Note the underwater ridge in the foreground. This slopes back up river and gives a slight sense of security.
Kalambo Falls from the Tanzania side. In low water it is possible to cross along the low ridge just behind the lip of the falls. Best to be roped and a stout pole helps too. NOT for the faint hearted!
Izi Falls on the Mpona river. This spectacular but little known waterfall lies at the southern end of the western escarpment of Lake Tanganyika. It can be glimpsed from the Fisheries bay round the headland to the left of Mpulungu. It is best accessed from the Old Kambole road. It is a walk of some 6 kms relieved by a refreshing dip in the pool behind the lip of the falls.
The top if Izi Falls. Potenial bathers will be pleased to see that the pool lies a little back from the edge.
Mount Sunzu the highest point in Zambia from the Siaisi Valley.
Prize winning photo taken in 1953 for the TVMI Photgraphic Competition