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Wild Zambezi News November 2018 3 December 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for November 2018 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - NOVEMBER 2018 FEATURING IN NEWS NOVEMBER 2018:- Zimbabwe tourism on the rise in 2018 Remote medical rescue - experience counts TRAVEL REVIEWS LAKE KARIBA An adventure for kids Spurwing school trips Rupert Fothergill - request for infor...

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Wild Zambezi News - October 2018 6 November 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for October 2018 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - OCTOBER 2018 FEATURING IN NEWS OCTOBER 2018:- Zimbabwe 3rd Best in Travel 2019 (Lonely Planet) The money situation Phone number changes Self-drive Zimbabwe LAKE KARIBA US$ for foreign visitors KITFT 2018 results Spurwing Feasts Fall...

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ZimParks fees to be paid in US$ by foreign visitors 3 November 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

In a letter to Lake Kariba boat operators, dated 29 October 2018, Zimbabwe s Parks Wildlife Managment Authority (ZimParks) announced that payment for all goods and services (e.g. lake entry fees, Park entry fees, fishing permits etc) offered by the Authority must be paid in foreign currency by visitors who are not Zimbabweans. They further...

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Lonely Planet ranks Zimbabwe as 3rd best country to visit in 2019 29 October 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

One of the world s most popular Travel Guides, Lonely Planet, has published its Best in Travel 2019 which lists the Top 10 Countries primed to capture travellers imaginations in 2019. Zimbabwe features at No 3 on the list, behind Sri Lanka and Germany! Here s what Lonely Planet says:- While it may be known for making the headli...

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Wild Zambezi News - September 2018 8 October 2018 Sally Wynn No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for September 2018 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - SEPTEMBER 2018 FEATURING IN SEPTEMBER 2018:- Wild Zambezi winners at St John s Fair TRAVEL REVIEWS How to stay safe in wild areas LAKE KARIBA It s that time again! Fishy Tales - Monster of the deep, the Vundu ZAMBEZI VALLEY We welco...

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ZimParks extends Victoria Falls viewing until 10 p.m. 5 October 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

ZimParks recently extended the closing time for viewing the Victoria Falls from 6.00p.m. to 10.00p.m. All visitors will now be able to view the Falls at night. Current opening and closing times for the Victoria Falls Rainforest are as follows:- Summer: (1st September to 14th May) - Opens 06h00 and Closes 22h00 Winter: (15th May to 1st Sep...

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Wild Zambezi News - August-Sept 2018 11 September 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for August-Sept 2018 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - AUG-SEPT 2018 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. FEATURING IN AUG-SEPT 2018:- TRAVEL REVIEWS Sanganai-Hlanganani - Zimbabwe s travel showcase Best in Zimbabwe travel We wel...

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Zimbabwe's best in tourism for 2018 9 September 2018 Association of Zimbabwe Travel Agents (AZTA) No comments yet

The Association of Zimbabwe Travel Agents (AZTA) announced the winners of their annual awards for excellence in the country s travel industry, at a festive beach party held in Harare on 1st September 2018. Some 180 members of Zimbabwe s travel industry attended. Here is the full list of winners, with Wild Zambezi s travel network partne...

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Wild Zambezi News - July 2018 6 August 2018 Wild Zambezi One comment

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for July 2018 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - JULY 2018 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. FEATURING IN JULY 2018:- Safari Logistics set scheduled flights in 2019 Kids on Safari - some tips New Harare-Bulawayo flight link Joi...

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Safari Logistics introduces set schedule flights in 2019 3 August 2018 Safari Logistics No comments yet

As Zimbabwe’s popularity as a tourist destination continues to grow and international airlines are increasingly including Harare and Victoria Falls as part of their schedules, the challenge has always been moving visitors around between Zimbabwe s other tourism destinations. Safari Logistics stepped into the breach a few years ago, organ...

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