Mpulungu

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General Information

Mpulungu is situated in the North-Western Province of Zambia, at the Southern tip of the magnificent Lake Tanganyika.  Mpulungu is a junction between eastern, central and southern Africa.  It is Zambia's only international port, and is the terminal for the ferry, MV Liembaacross the lake to Tanzania.  This lake however, is not suitable for swimming, it is infested with crocodiles.  Mpulungu is also a fishing port very popular with tourists.

Most buses and minibus schedules are in connection with the ferry's schedule to make it easier for travellers.

The MV Liemba is a passenger and cargo ferry.  It runs along the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika and is operated by the Marine Services Company Limited of Tanzania.  This ferry runs between the ports of Kigoma in Tanzania and Mpulungu in Zambia, with numerous stops for passengers in between.

Accommodation in Mpulungu

Mpulungu offers a variety accommodation options. There are a range of bed and breakfasts, self-catering units, hotels, guest houses, camping sites and lodges in the area. Please view our accommodation directory for more information on all the places to stay in the area.

Activities in Mpulungu

Mpulungu has an array of activities and attractions of all sorts.  

Things to do in Mpulungu include the following:

  • Kalambo Falls
  • Lake Tanganyika
  • Shopping

Businesses

Mpulungu's business community is thriving. Tourists can find shops, stalls and souvenirs in the vicinity. The local restaurants are a culinary delight and there is something for every taste. Please go to our business directory for a full list of businesses you can find in the region.

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