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Conservation Lake Tanganyika

Conservation Lake Tanganyika is a not-for-profit organisation created to promote and preserve the biodiversity of Lake Tanganyika in Zambia, for the benefit of the local community. This organisation partners with the community and the Government of Zambia. Lake Tanganyika is known to be the longest lake in the world and the second deepest after Lake Baikal. Lake Tanganyika is shared between Zambia and 3 other countries, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi.

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Nsumbu National Park, Mpulungu
Nsumbu National Park, Nsumbu, Mpulungu, Zambia
+260 961 124917
PO Box 21033, Kitwe
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Conservation Lake Tanganyika not only deals with issues of illegal fishing and poaching, it also promotes the successful development of the Sumbu National Park. It is believed this will contribute greatly to the overall conservation of the area and provide a means for an improved quality of life for the people.
Includes some 80kms of the most pristine shoreline of the lake
Promotes the successful development of Sumbu National Park
Works with local communities and the Government of Zambia
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Contact information

Nsumbu National Park, Mpulungu
Nsumbu National Park, Nsumbu, Mpulungu, Zambia
+260 961 124917
PO Box 21033, Kitwe

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Enquiries, questions, quotation requests etc

Enquire via Email