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ELAND, ROAN, KUDU

Eland, roan, kudu, lion cubs, leopard cub, Lizard Buzzard and Tawny eagles – guests on our walking trails have seen them all, and more, when doing activities from both Crocodile and Chikoko Camps over the… …

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COOL NIGHTS……..

The cool nights and cold mornings are abating and the days becoming warmer as we head further into August and the season. Water levels in the Luangwa and Mwaleshi rivers are dropping fast and the outlying… …

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AN UPDATE FROM REMOTE AFRICA

I love seeing our veggie garden at the start of the season; this year it’s looking quite a picture with very healthy yields of tomatoes and lemons, in particular. More protection against our “dreaded” monkeys was… …

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Season 2015 is underway

SEASON 2015 Season 2015 has begun – the 32nd season in the Valley for Carol and John, and as an employee, for our very own Brighton Zulu!   Click HERE to read our full newsletter. …

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Snakes alive!

“I’ve always liked snakes but I remember there was a time when I had had enough…” Click HERE to read our full newsletter. …

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New Year, new beginnings

The rain has been late this season, later than I can ever remember. Thankfully, though, the New Year has heralded good, soaking rain and the river has at last risen to its normal green season splendour.… …

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Season’s Greetings

Click HERE to see our Remote Africa Safaris card. …

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The Tafika Fund 2014

As the 2014 season draws to an end the Tafika Fund activities over the past year deserve a mention. Click HERE to read our full newsletter. …

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The Guides

A great safari experience with Remote Africa Safaris is not only due to the wonderful Luangwa Valley and its remarkable wildlife but also to the enthusiastic and charismatic guides. Click HERE to read our full… …

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Is safari travel safe during Ebola?

Is Zambia a safe tourist destination considering the Ebola outbreak in West Africa? To put things into perspective click HERE to read more about the proximity of Ebola to Southern Africa. …

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