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Guide to major routes into the Victoria Falls & adjacent wild areas (July 2017) 2 July 2017 African Bush Camps & Safari Logistics No comments yet

Planning a safari can sometimes be a daunting task- international flights, connections, transfers and travel times can be overwhelming. With new routes opening up and top airlines flying to more destinations and increasing the frequency of their flights to Southern Africa’s major travel hubs, there are so many options to choose from. Afri...

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Fish of Kariba: Bream and Tilapia 28 June 2017 Changa Safari Camp One comment

Wild Zambezi is delighted to share this informative Guest Blog from Changa Safari Camp, about the delicious bream and tilapia to be caught while fishing off shore of the camp in Lake Kariba. The chef at Changa will even serve up the fruits of your labours as a tasty bar-snack or delicious, fresh-cooked meal! Lake Kariba is certainly one of A...

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Wild Zambezi News - May 2017 28 May 2017 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for May 2017 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - MAY 2017 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. NEWS HEADLINES - MAY 2017 - Excellent Engagement with the Travel Industry at Indaba 2017 - Medical Emergency while on safari? Help is at ha...

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Emergency Medical Response in Zimbabwe - A User's Guide 27 May 2017 Wild Zambezi with info from EMRAS AND ACE No comments yet

If you are visiting Southern Africa, particularly if you are intending to go on safari in some of the more remote destinations like the Zambezi Valley, you may be concerned about standards of health care and emergency services available to assist in the event of seriously illness or injury. Zimbabwe is still fortunate to have one of the most ef...

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Wild Zambezi News - April 2017 3 May 2017 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for April 2017 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - APRIL 2017 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. NEWS HEADLINES - APRIL 2017 - See you at Indaba 2017! - Latest Travel Reviews on WildZambezi.com - Travel Specials KARIBA - Explorin...

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TRAVEL ADVICE FOR SELF-DRIVERS: Tackling the remote "Back Route": Victoria Falls/Hwange to Kariba/Mana Pools 2 May 2017 Wild Zambezi 2 comments

Wild Zambezi has many requests from self-drive visitors to Zimbabwe about the road network linking Victoria Falls Hwange with Kariba Town or Mana Pools, along the southern edge of Lake Kariba. We always warn that this route is for adventurous, self-sufficient travellers ONLY. Here are some tips:- ROAD CONDITIONS: This is a...

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Passion: the key to Conservation success 27 April 2017 Bumi Hills Foundation No comments yet

It is early March and an average start to the day for the Anti-Poaching scouts at the Bumi Hills Anti-Poaching Unit (BHAPU) as they head out before sunrise for our daily deployment. The rainy season has been good to us this year and as we bump along the muddy, broken-down stretch of road, rain drops continuously beating down on our backs and a...

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Wild Zambezi News - March-April 2017 10 April 2017 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for March-April 2017 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - MARCH-APRIL 2017 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. NEWS HEADLINES - MARCH-APRIL 2017 - Meet you at Indaba 2017! - Airline Updates - Safari Logistics - seat rate air charters l...

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Spurwing Island Lodge: clearly a successful formula 5 April 2017 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Tourism to Lake Kariba has had its ups and downs since Zimbabwe s vast inland sea was created on the Zambezi River in the late 1950s. After a mushrooming of lakeside fishing and safari lodges in the 1980s and 1990s, economic challenges in Zimbabwe since 2000 have seen many of these closing or struggling to attract business. Spurwing Islan...

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Where dinosaurs roamed: the Matusadona reveals its fossil treasures. 2 April 2017 Wild Zambezi One comment

It has long been known that the Zambezi Valley contains a rich treasure-trove of fossil remains hundreds of millions of years old, gradually being revealed by the erosive powers of water and weathering. In the area now flooded by Lake Kariba, the first really exciting find was in 1969, when the fossil remains of a large, sauropod dinosaur was d...

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