There are no jeeps on this Zambia safari — just feet
“SOUTH LUANGWA NATIONAL PARK, Zambia — On the first day of our four-day walking safari, we woke up before dawn under a billow of mosquito netting. Outside our cottage, a thatched aerie overlooking a floodplain, the Cape turtle doves had already begun their lilting calls and a herd of impala — the Barishnikovs of the bush — feasted on grasses before leaping out of sight.”
By Patricia Leigh Brown, The Boston Globe.
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