Kuomboka Ceremony is a traditional ceremony for the Lozi speaking people of Western Province which takes place in Mongu by Paramount Chief Litunga. The Ceremony takes place at the end of very rain season, when the upper Zambezi River plains flood. Kuomboka is the movement of people from the flooded plains to the higher land. The ceremony marks the movement of the king (Paramount Chief Litunga) from the palace in the flood plains to the palace on the higher land

Best time to go: Between March and May when the Zambezi River is flooded


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