The Luangwa Valley has a great number of birds available for twitchers to see. A recent count by BirdWatch Zambia (www.hbw.org / HBW Alive & BirdLife International) concluded that South Luangwa National Park is home to 469 species, while North Luangwa National Park boasts 416 species of bird. Below are some snapshots of what is […]Read Further >
Yesterday’s afternoon drive held something new for me and guide, Mukupa Ben Zulu. After tea we headed out along the Tafika driveway. Mukupa had reported a dead baboon the previous afternoon which appeared to have fallen from a tree during a fight with a rival male, lying on the ground with bad wounds on its […]Read Further >
July brings with it the birthday month for Christine Coppinger, John and Carol’s older daughter. This year, Christine was surprised with a trip up to Luangwa to spend some time with the family. While all together in the valley, it is customary to spend a night or two out at the Chikoko Trails together. This […]Read Further >
Patrick and Allison Crawford enjoyed a 5-day walking safari at Chikoko Tree Camp from the 17 – 21st of September. Both are extremely experienced walkers having visited us 14 times before. Patrick has shared a game viewing diary of their time in Crocodile River Camp along with some of his great photos – thank you […]Read Further >
Patrick and Allison Crawford enjoyed a 5-day walking safari at Chikoko Trails Camp from the 9 – 13th of September. Both are extremely experienced walkers having visited us 14 times before. Patrick gave an account of what they saw during this period of their safari and shared some of his great photos – thank you […]Read Further >
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