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Northern Province
Northern Province is one of Zambias nine provinces. It covers approximately one fifth of Zambia in land area. The provincial capital is Kasama. It is widely considered to be the heartland of the Bemba, one of the largest tribes in Zambia.

Notable land marks in Northern Province include Lake Tanganyika, Lake Bangweulu, and the corresponding wetlands, Lake Mweru-wa-Ntipa, and a number of waterfalls including Lumangwe Falls, Kabwelume Falls, Chishimba and Kalambo Falls.

Efforts are being made by the Zambian Government, along with a number of non-governmental organizations, to increase the visibility of the many natural and historical treasures in the Northern Province. Tourism has proven an effective way to bring economic growth in other parts of Zambia, i.e. Livingstone and Victoria Falls. However, a lack of infrastructure along the vast distances between major points of interest makes visiting this part of the country difficult.

Northern Province, with a total area of 147,286 square kilometers, is the largest of Zambia's 9 provinces. It shares borders with three other countries as well - the Democratic Republic of Congo in the north, Tanzania in the north-east, and Malawi in the east.
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Kapishya Hot Springs Lodge
Kapishya is a quiet secluded 6 chalet lodge with 12 beds (families can be accommodated 4 in a room) It is situated on the Estate of Shiwa Ngandu (The Africa House)
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Shiwa N'gandu Estates
Shiwa Ng'andu estate is without a doubt one of the most fascinating and unique destinations in Zambia.
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