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Wild Zambezi News - June-July 2019 15 July 2019 Wild Zambezi

Read the latest tourism news from the Zambezi s wild areas, in Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for June-July 2019 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - JUNE-JULY2019 FEATURING IN NEWS JUNE-JULY 2019:- Zimbabwe introduces new exchangeable currency New air service coming New 10-seater aircraft YOUR TRAVEL REVIEWS LAKE KARIBA Cruis...

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Wild Zambezi News - May 2019 5 June 2019 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read the latest tourism news from the Zambezi s wild areas, in Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for May 2019 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - MAY 2019 FEATURING IN NEWS MAY 2019:- Safari Winners 2019 Elephant Fun-Raiser Talk, London 6 June 2019 Wild Zambezi @ Indaba 2019 Tollfree number for ACE Air Ambulance Guide to ZimPark...

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Winners in The Safari Awards 2019 (Zimbabwe) 29 May 2019 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Wild Zambezi congratulates all its travel network partners based within the Zambezi Valley areas who received accolades in the recently-announced 2019 Safari Awards for Zimbabwe (see the list below). BEST VALUE SAFARI PROPERTY: Winner: Vundu Camp (Mana Pools) Third: Changa Safari Camp (Lake Kariba/Matusadona) BEST DESIGN: Runner up:...

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Wild Zambezi News - April 2019 29 April 2019 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read the latest tourism news from the Zambezi s wild areas, in Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for April 2019 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - APRIL 2019 FEATURING IN NEWS APRIL 2019:- Indaba here we come! New luggage rules at JNB Declare cash on entry Taking kids on safari YOUR TRAVEL REVIEWS LAKE KARIBA Try Changa for r...

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Wild Zambezi News March-April 2019 8 April 2019 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read the latest tourism news from the Zambezi s wild areas, in Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for March-April 2019 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - MARCH-APRIL 2019 FEATURING IN NEWS MARCH-APRIL 2019:- Meet us at Indaba 2019 Botswana to join Uni-Visa Air links streamlined Self drive in Zim: fallacies truths Mobile safari o...

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The Kariba Dam Rehabilitation Project 5 April 2019 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

In March 2019, a team of engineers, representatives from the World Bank, EU, Embassy of Sweden, African Development Bank and journalists, met on site to discuss work on the Kariba Dam Rehabilitation Project (KDHP) which is taking place over the next 10 years. The Kariba Dam, built in the 1950s, captures the waters of Africa s 4th longest...

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Wild Zambezi News - February 2019 5 March 2019 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read the latest tourism news from the Zambezi s wild areas, in Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for February 2019 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - FEBRUARY 2019 FEATURING IN NEWS FEBRUARY 2019:- Zimbabwe at ITB Berlin Top Travel Suppliers Zimbabwe Guides are Top Secrets for Africa TRAVEL REVIEWS VICTORIA FALLS Chundu Islan...

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Safaris 4 Africa: top inbound travel supplier to AAT 2018 2 March 2019 Wild Zambezi - Africa Albida Tourism No comments yet

Congratulations to Wild Zambezi travel network partner, Harare-based DMC, Safaris 4 Africa for achieving Best Overall Inbound Travel Supplier for 2018 at an awards event held by the Africa Albida Tourism Group in Harare in February 2019! Pictured here are the Safaris 4 Africa team: (Victoria Nash and Gwen Wawn at left) and Jan Hounsell (...

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Wild Zambezi News - January 2019 6 February 2019 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read the latest tourism news from the Zambezi s wild areas, in Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for January 2019 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - JANUARY 2019 FEATURING IN NEWS JANUARY 2019:- What s it really like in Zimbabwe right now? High-end luxury safaris: Zimbabwe s bold entry TRAVEL REVIEWS LAKE KARIBA Kariba Safari Lod...

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MAPP 2018 - Report on activities, achievements and challenges 17 January 2019 The Matusadona Anti-Poaching Project No comments yet

The Matusadona Anti-Poaching Project (MAPP), works with partner conservation organisations and tourism operators, to provide logistical support to ZimParks in their efforts to contain illegal poaching activities and to protect fish and wildlife resources in and around the Matusadona National Park. Here is a summary of their extremely successful...

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