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Wild Zambezi News - August 2020 21 August 2020 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Click on the image above or the link below to read the latest tourism news from the Zambezi s wild areas, in WILD ZAMBEZI s e-newsletter for August 2020. WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - AUGUST 2020 FEATURING:- 10 reasons why Africa should be first on your travel list (African Bush Camps) What s UNIQUE about us? Tourism rallies for rangers Local tr...

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Tourism rallies in support of Park Rangers 19 August 2020 Wild Zambezi

In July 2020 Wild Zambezi wrote a Travel Blog highlighting the fact that loss of tourism revenues as a result of the Coronarvirus pandemic is having potentially disastrous impacts on the livelihoods of Park Rangers and the safety of the wildlife that they protect. We listed local conservation organisations who provide support, and encouraged ou...

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Travelling to the Zambezi areas? What's UNIQUE about us? 15 August 2020 Wild Zambezi travel network partners No comments yet

If you re thinking about planning a safari to Africa - to somewhere like the Zambezi Valley - there are some mouth-watering options to choose from. Cost is always a primary decision-making factor, of course. But aside from that, it s sometimes hard to discover what distinguishes a particular safari camp or destination from any of the others, o...

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Wild Zambezi News - July 2020 22 July 2020 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Click on the image above or the link below to read the latest tourism news from the Zambezi s wild areas, in WILD ZAMBEZI s e-newsletter for July 2020. WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - JULY 2020 FEATURING:- Meet our smiling people! Zimbabwe issues COVID-19 tourism protocols Help support Park rangers We welcome The Savvy Traveller New ZimParks Ta...

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Support our Conservation Organisations helping Park Rangers in the Zambezi's wild areas 21 July 2020 Wild Zambezi 2 comments

THE ZAMBEZI VALLEY AND ITS WILDLIFE AREAS Zimbabwe’s magnificent Zambezi River Valley covers the entire northern part of the country, and as the map above shows, and a significant part of this landscape is set aside for wildlife. Within the Valley, there are four National Parks (Zambezi, Chizarira, Matusadona and Mana Pools), two Private...

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Kariba Town - what's on offer? 20 July 2020 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Most people who visit the little lakeside town of Kariba - sprawled across a line of steep hills flanking the “Kariwa” gorge from where it gets its name - are stopping only briefly to board a boat and set off onto the vast inland sea of Lake Kariba for a few days of fishing or fun relaxation. The lake has long been popular with...

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Meet our People 17 July 2020 Wild Zambezi travel network partners No comments yet

Zimbabweans are well-known for their warmth, friendliness and “can-do” approach to life. The people who work in our country s tourism industry are no exception – in fact, they shine, whether it comes to planning tours or safaris, managing a camp, professional guiding, driving a boat, a plane or a 4x4, or producing delectable t...

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COVID-19: GUIDELINES & STANDARD OPERATING PROTOCOLS FOR TOURISM - Zimbabwe: June 2020 30 June 2020 Zimbabwe Tourism Authority No comments yet

COVID-19: GUIDELINES AND STANDARD OPERATING PROTOCOLS FOR DESIGNATED TOURISM FACILITIES DURING AND POST LOCKDOWN - Zimbabwe: June 2020

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Wild Zambezi News - June 2020 19 June 2020 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Click on the image above or the link below to read the latest tourism news from the Zambezi s wild areas, in WILD ZAMBEZI s e-newsletter for June 2020. WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - JUNE 2020 FEATURING:- Zambezi River flood from the air TALES AROUND THE CAMPFIRE - a collection from Wild Zambezi travel partners Remote rescue with ACE LAKE KARIB...

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Funding Appeal launched for Zambezi Mounted Anti-Poaching (ZAMAP) 17 June 2020 Zambezi Horse Safaris No comments yet

Well-wishers and supporters of Zambezi Horse Safaris in Victoria Falls have launched a Go Fund Me Appeal to assist their team of riders and scouts - now known as Zambezi Mounted Anti-Poaching (ZAMAP) - so that they are able to continue their vital work protecting wildlife in areas in and around the resort town. Until recently, the anti-poach...

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