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It’s All About the People

We are well and truly into the 2013 season. This has been our busiest May with Tafika opening at the beginning of the month, whilst Crocodile and Chikoko opened on 24th – the earliest ever.… …

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The 2013 Season

                      Remote Africa Safaris are gearing up to begin a new season. John Chisoni, our exceptional staff foreman, has done a great job­ with overseeing… …

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Enjoy

From the shade of our Baobab. Click HERE to Read our full Newsletter. …

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The Tafika Fund

Remote Africa Safaris works closely with the village community to improve their educational and medical facilities. Set up in 1997, the Tafika Fund is operated by the management of Remote Africa Safaris, with the generous… …

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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!… …

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Team Remote Africa

The Luangwa Valley has long been renowned for intimate, owner-run camps. Back in the seventies and eighties pretty much all camps were owner-run, by people who were drawn there not through their need to make… …

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Compliments of the Season

Season’s Greetings!  It was lovely to see so many ‘old’ friends in 2012, and to meet many new ones.  We hope to see you again in 2013. Wishing you all a festive holiday season and… …

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Roads to Rivers

The weather is a major point of interest for people all over the world, hence our rainy season, from November to April, is often a topic of discussion with guests. Having spent 15 rainy seasons… …

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Don’t Forget November

Don’t forget November! November is a great time to visit the valley. The early rains bring relief from the heat and refresh the bush. The parched landscape turns emerald green almost overnight and hundreds of… …

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Titbits From Tafika

Some of you may remember the story of the baby elephant, Tafika”, rescued from a pit in Mkasanga Village a few years back.  After her first visit to our camp in 2006, Diana Webster named… …

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