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  • Charlotte and Emma from Suffolk (and London) travelled to South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi in ZambiaDear Rob, firstly thank you for once again putting together a marvellous holiday for Emma and I. We had a fabulous time. You had advised that it would be hot – but we had not realized quite how hot. It reached 43c at Jeki the day we arrived at the airport! Kaingo and Tafika both offered re-hydration salts which was much appreciated. KAINGO is an excellent camp. It sure does work you hard with three activities a day, but we would not have missed the elephant, Carmen bee-eater, hippo hides, for anything. Game viewing was superb and the guides knowledgeable and helpful. TAFIKA is a very comfortable camp, our ‘family’ room perfect in an idyllic position. It is very much the Coppinger family home and they are not very good at telling you all about their additional benefits e.g. the hide on the edge of camp or more importantly the Carmine bee-eater hide which was superb (we only found out about it from another guest). Its position is at an angle to the bank where the birds are nesting so they are flying all around you. Please tell Mary that I did go on the microlight which was – as she said it was – amazing. OLD MONDORO – was everything you said it would be. We loved it. Old Mondoro had the happiest atmosphere of the three camps we visited and we suspect this is very much down to the superb managers Jason and Michaela. Fabulous game viewing – including an aardvark. We went out with all three of their guides Levy, James and Sebastian who were really knowledgeable and keen to find what we were interested in, in particular leopard, and at which they were successful. Thank you Rob for all you did to put together such a wonderful trip. The level of accommodation was perfect for us, the game viewing fascinating and it was lovely not being surrounded by loads of other vehicles. All in all it lived up to all our expectations and I’m now happily going through more than 2,000 photographs of a fabulous ten days.Charlotte and Emma from Suffolk (and London) travelled to South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi in Zambia

    Charlotte and Emma from Suffolk (and London) travelled to South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi in Zambia

Zambia

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  • North Luangwa camp fire, Zambia

    North Luangwa National Park

    A very wild and remote park offering primarily walking safaris. Less game than South Luangwa but also fewer visitors.

  • Hippo, South Luangwa, Zambia

    South Luangwa National Park

    Zambia’s premier wildlife destination with superb game-viewing, varied habitats, excellent walking options and the beautiful and dynamic Luangwa River as the focal point. Especially good for leopard sightings.

  • Lower Zambezi aerial shot, Zambia

    Lower Zambezi National Park

    A scenically stunning region dominated by the mighty Zambezi River. Good game-viewing is complemented by wonderful river activities, including canoeing, boating and fishing.

  • Kafue lion storm on Busanga, Zambia MM

    Kafue National Park

    A huge and remote wilderness area with a good variety of habitat and game species. The Busanga Plains region in the north of the park is most productive for game.

  • Aerial view of Victoria Falls, Zambia

    Livingstone, Victoria Falls and the Upper Zambezi

    Primarily offers access to Victoria Falls, the world’s widest waterfall, but the river is stunning and there is plenty to enjoy in the area from birding and game-viewing to cultural excursions and adrenalin sports.

North Luangwa National Park South Luangwa National Park Lower Zambezi National Park Livingstone, Victoria Falls and the Upper Zambezi Kafue National Park