Synonyms for lukulu or Related words with lukulu

mongu              serenje              mkushi              kalabo              samfya              solwezi              sesheke              nchelenge              isoka              senanga              katima              mpulungu              mulilo              mawlaik              chikwawa              chiengi              kawambwa              lushoto              mpika              gobabis              luena              rusape              mpanda              kgatleng              songwe              lodwar              nsanje              siavonga              mwansabombwe              sumbawanga              kabompo              ibanda              kitale              pongola              pangani              chitipa              mporokoso              kasenga              karasburg              ntchisi              adjumani              songea              isiro              nkayi              mchinji              ruvuma              karonga              nebbi              ellisras              mbinga             

Examples of "lukulu"
Lukulu Airport is an airport serving Lukulu, Western Province, Zambia.
Lukulu District is a district of Zambia, located in Western Province. The capital lies at Lukulu. As of the 2000 Zambian Census, the district had a population of 68,375 people.
He was poisoned by his wife at Lukulu Fort, ca. 1840.
Lavushi Manda contains a high number of large dambo plains which form the headwaters of numerous seasonal and perennial streams. Perennial rivers which drain the park are, from southwest to northeast, the Lulimala, Lukulu, Lumbatwa (including the Lubweshi) and Mufubushi. All of these streams form part of the boundaries and, with the exception of the Lukulu, have their sources on the boundaries of the park. These streams all flow directly into the Bangweulu Wetlands. The streams draining Lavushi Manda are of critical importance for the ecologically extremely rich Bangweulu Wetlands. The inner delta’s of the Lukulu and Lumbatwa rivers are among the richest parts of the Wetlands.
In the dry season, vehicle tracks cross the Luena/Ndandu floodplain between north and south, allowing a direct route between Mongu and Lukulu and North-Western Province, Zambia. In the wet season the floodplain is impassable and vehicles have to travel west towards Kaoma, then north-west on the Kaoma-Lukulu road. At the height of the flood this road also becomes impassable across the floodplain, and there is no practical alternative.
The Kasanka Trust is opening a tented camp in 2017 on the Lukulu River. This will feature 4 permanent canvas tents and be a base for anglers, bird watchers and hikers and nature lovers.
Imasiku was proclaimed king at Lukulu Fort after death of his father, but was defeated by the Makololo and fled with his followers across the Kabompo River, settling in the Lukwakwa country.
The other roads in the province vary from a few good dry-season gravel roads such as Kaoma to Lukulu, to sandy or muddy tracks passable only by trucks and four-wheel drive vehicles.
On the eastern and south-eastern sides the swamps are fed by the Munikashi, Luitikila, Lumbatwa, Lukulu and Lulimala rivers. The estuaries of the last three are the main dry season grazing grounds of the Black Lechwe.
The Luombe River 7.2 km from Chilubula Mission in Kasama District makes a beautiful water fall called: Chishimba Falls (older: Chisimba Falls). The Luombe river joins the Lukulu River shortly after the falls.
The satellite photo was taken in April 2004 at the peak of the flood, Note that the northern part of the plain, near Lukulu, is less flooded, the land there varies a bit more in height and the water tends to keep to the many river channels.
The Bangweulu Killifish, a Zambian endemic with restricted range (from Mansa to Lavushi Manda), is listed as Endangered occurs in the park and Greenhead Tilapia is listed as Vulnerable. Several species that are sensitive to high fishing pressures are common, notably the Yellowfish "Labeobarbus trachypterus". Tigerfish ("Hydrocynus vittatus") occurs in the Lukulu River.
There is a small pontoon ferry across the river, with a beach lying on the opposite bank of the main channel. Lukulu is also home to a hospital, two markets and several schools. The rough roads are the only problem which stops trade and tourists from reaching the town.
Lukulu is at the north end of the Zambezi's Barotse Floodplain which at that point has not developed its full character, being narrower and less flat than it is further south. Every year between December and March, the river rises above the low banks of its main channel and spreads across the floodplain.
The Kabompo Ferry is on the main north-south gravel road in western Zambia, from Lukulu, Kaoma and Mongu in Western Province to Kabompo, Zambezi town and Mwinilunga in North-Western Province. If the ferry is not operating the only alternative to reach the other bank is a detour of about 900 km via Kasempa in the east.
The Kabompo River flows south-west through miombo woodland, then a remote Cryptosepalum dry forest ecoregion, with the West Lunga National Park on its west bank. After flowing past the town of Kabompo, it develops a swampy floodplain up to 5 km wide. The Kabompo Ferry on its lower course carries the main north-south gravel highway on the eastern side of the Zambezi. The river enters the Zambezi north of the town of Lukulu, at the north end of the Barotse Floodplain.
On June 2, 2014, African Parks announced that two men were arrested in connection with the killing of Dexter Chilunda, the head of law enforcement at Liuwa Plain National Park. The men were apprehended in the town of Lukulu, 35 kilometres from the park. The arrests resulted from the combined efforts of the Zambian police, the Zambian Wildlife Authority, and five Liuwa Plain law enforcement officers following leads by supportive local communities.
Lukulu is a market town in the Western Province of Zambia, on the Zambezi River, and headquarters of a district of the same name. Access to the town is limited to only a few unsealed roads which do not see much traffic. Fish from the river provide most of the local diet, and some are exported to other parts of Zambia away from the river.
Lukulu District, population 68,375, stretches across the north-eastern and north-central parts of Western Province, adjoining North-Western Province and straddling the Zambezi and the northern Barotse Floodplain. The portion of the district west of the Zambezi is grassland and has no roads or towns, only dry season tracks to a few villages. It is rich in wildlife, the Liuwa Plain National Park extends into it from the south. East of the river the district is Miombo woodland and Cryptosepalum dry forests with Zambezian flooded grasslands adjacent to rivers. This part is served by a gravel road from Kaoma, and a gravel road to North-Western Province via the Kabompo Ferry.
And later because of the impact of the Angolan War of Independence (1961–1974) and the post-Independence Angolan Civil War (1975–2002), many of the Mbunda fled Angola to relocate in western Zambia, this marked the third and fourth wave of Mbunda immigration to the now Western Province of Zambia. These refugees were related to the Mbunda who were already living around Kalabo, Senanga, Mongu, Kaoma, Lukulu and Kabompo in Zambia. A number of Mbunda also took refuge in Northern Namibia, the west and east of Kavango Region, around Rundu and Nkurenkuru and Caprivi Strip.