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Published : Jul, 2023

How To Get ThereSites & AttractionsLocal transportAccom (any price)SightseeingActive PursuitsNature & WildlifeTours & PassesSandcastles Children’s MuseumLake MichiganHikingpaddle boardingNorth Breakwater LightKayakingcyclingSand Dune TourFishingbeach town along Lake MichiganBoatingState ParkBird WatchingHamlin Beach & LakecampingBig Sable Point LighthousePort of Ludington Maritime MuseumStearns Park Beach
Ludington is known as a relaxing beach town as it is home to 28 miles of sandy beaches, sand dunes, and the water of Lake Michigan. Beyond the shores of Lake Michigan, there are a ton of things to do in Ludington!

We just returned from a four-night trip to Ludington with the kids on a fun little summer road trip vacation. We took the S.S. Badger car ferry over. That way, we could have our own car with us. We stayed in the cutest little cabin on Hamlin Lake at Hobby Crest Resort.

When planning our trip to Ludington, we put together a big list of all the things to do in Ludington Michigan we wanted to do and the best restaurants we wanted to eat at. We covered a ton of ground in four days in Ludington, and our kids had a blast...

Published : Jan, 2023

Daily PracticalitiesPacking & GearSightseeingActive PursuitsNature & WildlifeGeneral InfoKafue National ParkIla Safari LodgeRiver CruiseFishingWalking Safari
At almost 22,500 so km, Kafue National Park is the largest national park in Zambia and one of the biggest in the world. The park’s landscape ranges from the dense riverine forest along the banks of the Kafue River to wide open plains. Safari-goers stand a good chance of sighting lions and leopards, and even cheetahs in the north of the park. Originally founded by the legendary Norman Carr in the 1950s, Kafue established Zambia’s first national park.

Despite the park’s massive size, long history, and accessibility, it is seldom traveled compared to many other parks in Southern Africa. It does have its reasons for not drawing the tourists of South Luangwa or The Lower Zambezi, but the park is making strides in conservation and begs to be explored.

The park is only a few hours from Livingstone or Lusaka. However, it still contains vast tracts of untouched wilderness, with the spread-out safari lodges operating in the park. In recent years interest continues to grow, and in our opinion, Kafue National Park is very much an upcoming park sure to be a hit for safari-goers in the future.