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“Zambia: Land of lions, leopards and oxbow lagoons” by the Telegraph

Riding pillion behind my pilot, I go bumping down Tafika’s dusty airstrip and am airborne before I know it, lifting up over the surrounding woodlands to meet the red bubble of the rising sun. Click… …


“Forget the pink panther…it’s the pink HIPPO!”

This incredible series of pictures show the moment a photographer captured a glimpse of an extremely rare pink hippo. With its distinctive colouring, the unusual mammal immediately stands out from the crowd of its normal-coloured… …


Tafika Camp Recognised at Safaris Awards 2013

Tafika Camp was a finalist for ‘Best Safari Property in Africa’ and claimed 3rd place for ‘Best Safari Property in Southern Africa’ in The Safaris Awards 2013 which took place in the UK this January!… …


5 Travel Destinations That Will Get You High

From ultralight planes to paragliding with raptors, here are five memorable places for those not fearful of heights. July 22, 2012  |     “It’s not a real journey unless we fly,” my big sister… …


Zambia’s safari zeal

Beautiful, friendly and virtually tourist-free, Zambia is one of Africa’s rising safari destinations. It’s also one of the continent’s leading forces in communitybased tourism, as a number of trendsetting operators are showing. Click here to… …


Travel video – Remote Africa Safaris, Tafika Camp, Zambia

Travel video – Remote Africa Safaris, Tafika Camp, Zambia from Tafika Camp on Vimeo. …


The Unique Challenges of the Safari Tourism Industry by John Coppinger

We’re rather fussy when it comes to the terminology used in describing what we do in the safari tourist industry. We definitely do not consider ourselves hoteliers, operating hotels or resorts. We are safari operators… …


Land of the Hippos

1. At the end of last season, we had a film crew from Australia’s Channel 7 staying at Tafika to film hippos.  We have received a link to the programme which was aired recently – “Land… …


Pot Yourself an Ethical Safari

More firms are making it possible to see wildlife in comfort, and keep a clear conscience. Mark Rowe reports 20 June, 2010 Visit their website now: …

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