Travel Blog

There are 92 articles on 10 pages.

FEATURE: Safari Camps in Mana Pools 31 May 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

In this blog we feature the Safari Camps which are travel network partners of Wild Zambezi and are located in Mana Pools National Park. Check out the links provided below for more information about these wonderful destinations in one of the wildest places in Africa. MANA POOLS AREA - SAFARI CAMPS Mana Pools National Park lies within a...

Read Article
Musango Island –magical for friends or family 28 May 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

It has been some years since we visited Musango Island Safari Camp - one of Lake Kariba’s longest-established island camps - and so it was with great delight that we joined friends for a 3-night stay in April 2018, to renew our acquaintance with this lovely place. The 16-bed “Classic Safari Camp”is built on a private isl...

Read Article
The Elephant Camp, Green Season 2018 8 May 2018 The Elephant Camp - Text by Jess White, Images by Lesanne Dunlop No comments yet

A recent photo shoot at The Elephant Camp inspired us to share the beauty of Green Season with you. We invite you to enjoy the photo journey with us. At this time of year a breathtaking volume of water flows over the Victoria Falls and clouds of spray rise hundreds of metres above. It is now that the reason behind its local name of ‘...

Read Article
Rhino Safari Camp: Keeping it simple and wild 4 May 2018 Dick Pitman No comments yet

Having spent a goodly part of the past 40 years in the Zimbabwean “bush”, living out of the back of my 4x4, I’m not exactly a typical “international” safari camp guest. I tend to judge such camps by rather different yardsticks than does the first-time safari client from the suburbs of Washington or London. Als...

Read Article
Kariba's best-kept secret - Hornbill Lodge 4 May 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

If you re the kind of person who shies away from large hotels and likes the simple things in life, then I ve got a little secret to whisper in your ear.... If you are lucky enough to get to visit Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe s hugely underrated inland sea with a tropical climate, and need somewhere to stay for a night before embarking on a water-based...

Read Article
Victoria Falls Safari Club - in pictures 10 April 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Wild Zambezi is delighted to be able to showcase some of the first images of the Victoria Falls Safari Club s recently-opened new living areas. The renovations at the Safari Club have doubled the size of its existing deck, increased the lounge space, and created a new 5-star restaurant, with a dedicated kitchen and store rooms. A new swimming...

Read Article
A Ruckomechi Concession Traverse 2 April 2018 Edmund Mudzimu, Wilderness Safaris No comments yet

Immerse yourself in a game drive around the Ruckomechi Camp Concession with Wilderness Safaris camp manager Edmond Mudzimu as he paints a vivid mental picture of this wild and beautiful area… Lying between the Nyakasanga River mouth to the west, and stretching just beyond the Ruckomechi River to the east, lies Wilderness Safaris&rs...

Read Article
These are a few of our Favourite Things 5 March 2018 River God Adventures No comments yet

River God Adventures are gearing up for April 2018, when they start their new season of pontoon sleeper-boat safaris exploring the Zambezi River between Chirundu and Kanyemba . This Travel Blog lists their top 5 most favourite things about their trips last year:- 1. WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS It goes without saying that the Lower Zambez...

Read Article
Become a wildlife guardian: Adopt a Ranger in 2018 4 February 2018 Bumi Hills Foundation No comments yet

Here s a great opportunity to make a real difference directly to lives of the rangers on the ground protecting the planet s natural resources. The Bumi Hills Foundation is appealing to individuals and corporates to Adopt a Ranger to help their anti-poaching rangers fight on the front line in the war on poaching every single day. For ...

Read Article
Green season birding in the Zambezi Valley - a twitcher's paradise! 3 February 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Birding is FANTASTIC in the Zambezi Valley at all times of the year, but especially during the summer rainy Green Season months of December to April. Many of the more unusual summer migrant species are present and breeding during the rains, when there is an abundant supply of insect and other food available for them. Areas like Man...

Read Article
Browse listings

Enter your details below to subscribe to the Wild Zambezi newsletter.

Close