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One of the most charismatic (and sometimes elusive) creatures you'll see in the #Luangwa are honey badgers. Always on a mission and not to be messed with - dynamite comes in small packages! #RemoteAfricaSafaris ...

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The Luangwa is a birding hotspot, home to a remarkable 400+ bird species. With such fantastic diversity even non-birders will be impressed! #LiliansLoveBird #RemoteAfricaSafaris ...

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John and Carol are enjoying Africa's Travel Indaba in Durban - it's been good catching up with so many people including Fausto and Josie Carbone from Africa Bound Safaris #Indaba2018 ...

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The 2018 season is finally underway and #TafikaCamp has already had it's first visitors! #RemoteAfricaSafaris ...

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Our little Mfuwe airport welcomed the arrival of Roger Federer - John and Carol were excited to meet the tennis star in person. We hope he enjoyed his stay in the Luangwa Valley! ...

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The stunning spots of a leopard are thrilling to see. Leopard sightings were excellent in the 2017 season and 2018 promises more fantastic encounters with these elegant cats. Photo credit - Bryan Jackson #RemoteAfricaSafaris #leopard ...

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The Luangwa River will be relatively higher than it is during the dry season, which the hippos are relishing. River space is at a premium during low water. #EmereldSeason #RemoteAfricaSafaris ...

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John and Carol making friends at the ITB Berlin trade show in Germany. If you're in the area, pop in to say hi. ...

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"Everyone falls for Zambia..."
John and Carol enjoying the view at the Kamageo workshop, UK.
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