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Record visitors to Vic Falls this year, but easier access still needed for other areas 9 May 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Victoria Falls is enjoying record tourism numbers, and healthy forward bookings according to Ross Kennedy, Chief Executive of Hospitality Group Africa Albida Tourism, which operates a portfolio of properties in Victoria Falls. Addressing guests at a function held by Zimbabwe Tourism during the Africa Travel Indaba tourism show held in Durb...

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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 ‘...

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Wild Zambezi News - April 2018 5 May 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for April 2018 at this link:- WILD ZAMBEZI NEWS -April 2018 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. FEATURING IN APRIL 2018: Kariba s best-kept secret - Hornbill Lodge Great Fishing Wildlife at Spurwing Guest Trave Blog - Rhino Safar...

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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...

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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...

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New campsite at Chirundu 3 May 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Self-driving visitors to the Zambezi River will be delighted to know that a new camping facility with 9 riverside camping sites has opened up near the border town of Chirundu where two bridges over the Zambezi River, divide Zimbabwe from Zambia. The Pumphouse Campsites are named after their location - the Chirundu Estates Pump House (pictured...

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Wild Horizons opens Old Drift Lodge 3 May 2018 Wild Zambezi - Wild Horizons No comments yet

Tour operators Wild Horizons have just opened their latest Victoria Falls property - Old Drift Lodge on the banks of the Zambezi River only 4.5 kms from the town of Victoria Falls. A ‘drift or ‘ford’ is a shallow place in a river or stream where it is possible to cross safely without using a boat. Around 1898, befor...

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Wilderness wins Responsible Tourism Award for policy on water bottles 3 May 2018 Wild Zambezi - Wilderness Safaris No comments yet

Wilderness Safaris was named Overall Winner in the 2018 African Responsible Tourism Awards (ARTA) at a ceremony held on 18 April 2018 at World Travel Market (WTM) Africa in Cape Town. The Group was recognised for reducing its use of plastic water bottles by 75% since 2012, as well as for its transparent reporting against the United ...

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Victoria Falls Safari Club's new expansion 30 April 2018 Wild Zambezi - Africa Albida Tourism No comments yet

The Victoria Falls Safari Club completed a $600,000 redevelopment at the end of March 2018. This included the addition of a swimming pool precinct and an expansion of the Club s central building to include a new restaurant. The swimming pool precinct features a plunge pool with a horizon waterfall spilling into a 15m lap pool, surrounded ...

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Kariba Transfer Schedule for sharing air-road-boat transfers 18 April 2018 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Travel agents and tour operators can now make it easier and more affordable for couples or single travelling clients to get to destinations in the Matusadona National Park, Lake Kariba, Kariba Town, Chirundu and the Zambezi River areas of Mana Pools, Sapi and Chewore, via a new online shared platform - the Kariba Transfer Schedule. This s...

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