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Lake Kariba fills to 86% 2 August 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

In mid July 2018, the water levels of Lake Kariba rose to their highest levels since 2013, peaking at a level of 486.90m (86% full, as measured by the Zambezi River Authority). The hydro-electric scheme for which Kariba Dam and its Lake were created in the late 1950s, is designed to operate between levels 475.50m and 488.50m with 0.70m fre...

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Wild Zambezi News - June-July 2018 9 July 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for June-July 2018 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS -JUNE-JULY 2018 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. FEATURING IN JUNE-JULY 2018:- Travel Reviews Airline Updates Cover for Emergencies from ACE We welcome a new travel partner -...

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A modern-day Operation Noah rescues animals stranded on Lake Kariba islands. 7 July 2018 Wild Zambezi, Spurwing Island, Changa Safari Camp and Bumi Hills Anti-Poaching Project No comments yet

When the Kariba Gorge Dam was finally completed in 1959 and the waters of the Zambezi River began to back up behind it, creating the vast inland sea that we now know as Lake Kariba, a National Park officer, Rupert Fothergill, and his team of hardy scouts and volunteers made the risky choice to try to rescue thousands of wild animals trapped on is...

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Twelve facts you may not know about Lake Kariba 5 July 2018 Changa Safari Camp (with additions by Wild Zambezi) One comment

Changa Safari Camp is perfectly located on nearly 4 kilometres of prime lakeshore frontage on the world’s largest man-made lake: Lake Kariba. This large expanse of water is often referred to as “Africa’s Inland Sea”. Kariba is well-known for its spectacular and mesmerizing sunsets, wildlife-rich shorelines and incre...

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Subscribe to ACE's Remote Rescue Package and travel with peace of mind 4 July 2018 ACE Air and Ambulance & Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Top quality emergency air and road medical rescue services can now be accessed affordably by visitors to Southern Africa s remote areas, including the Zambezi Valley, through a subscription to ACE Air and Ambulance s Remote Rescue Package. ACE, who work in partnership with their sister company HAC (Halsted s Aviation) provide a comprehensive em...

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Wild Zambezi News - May 2018 3 June 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for May 2018 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS - May 2018 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. FEATURING IN MAY 2018:- Travel Reviews on WildZambezi.com Zimbabwe hot news at Africa Travel Indaba 2018 Getting around the Zambezi Valley...

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Ruckomechi Camp's Pancake Surprise 1 June 2018 Edmund Mudzimu, Wilderness Safaris No comments yet

Your game drive vehicle rounds the corner and comes to an impromptu stop in the middle of nowhere… BOOM! You find a table and chairs set out with a couple of happy faces to welcome you to this famous bush treat that has become synonymous with Wilderness Safaris Ruckomechi Camp in Mana Pools. It is always secretly coordinated and organised a...

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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...

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High Zambezi River water levels bring splendour at Victoria Falls and a rising Lake Kariba 30 May 2018 Adapted from an original blog by Africa Albida Tourism No comments yet

One of Mother Nature’s greatest works of art, Victoria Falls, reached its fullest splendour in May 2018, with the Zambezi River peaking at its highest in nearly a decade mid month. Figures measured by the Zambezi River Authority in mid May 2018, show that the water levels of the Zambezi River at the Victoria Falls station rose steadi...

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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...

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