Church in Mpulungu is the oldest stone Church in Zambia
and was built between 1893 and 1896 by the London Missionary
Society. Today it is a National Monument.
the east of Isanga Bay Lodge and within easy driving
distance is Sanzye Falls on the Kalambo River
At Mbala, only 40
kilometres from Mpulungu is the Moto Moto
Museum which tells of the history of the Bemba people of
Zambia as well as Father Joseph Dupont, a missionary who
came to Zambia in 1895. It also contains many relics of
World War I and information about Paul Von Lettow-Vorbeck,
the General who led the East African forces during that war.
Places to visit around
Kasama are Chishimba Falls and Mwela
Rocks which has over 700 rock art sites.
On the banks of the
Chambeshi River between Kasama and Mpika is the Von
Lettow -Vorbeck Monument where the last
shots of World War I were fired on 13 November 1918, two
days after the Armistice in Europe.