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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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Christine Coppinger’s Home News

Home at last! It’s great to be back in the bush. My last visit was a year ago but it feels like it’s been much longer! The winter has been bitter in South AFrica, where I… …

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Flying and Cycling at Tafika by John Coppinger

I have had ample opportunity to indulge in 2 of my greatest passions in the Valley this season. The flying has been as good as ever. Early in the season the regular pack of wild… …

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Walking The Chikoko Trails

We’d crossed the river, canoe laden high with grass mats and other items for Crocodile River Camp. The porters were taking the supplies in and I was going to check on the camps progress. Ascending the… …

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RED ANTS ON THE MOVE

It is the time of year when our red ants, also known as driver ants, are on the move. Since there has not been a definitive study of the driver ants in our area we… …

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The Dogs have been Spotted

  Our first guests of the season, Julia & Ivor Horscroft    Pregnant Alpha female    New Guide – Lloyd Mwale   Chef Charles from Crocodile Camp   All loaded up and ready to go Our… …

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What Draws Us To Zambia’s Luangwa Valley Year After Year?

The attraction for each person is different. I love the space, the balance and the freedom, also the endless variety of people we meet. John admires the strength of Nature with its rich biodiversity and life in abundance. …

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All Creatures Great And Small

We couldn’t let the season pass without sharing with you photos of some of the new “additions” to South Luangwa National Park and its surrounding areas. The excitement is often directed at their parents but… …

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The Exciting And The Unusual

This season, our guests new and old have once again shared some of the most amazing game viewing experiences. It was difficult limiting the selection but we think you will enjoy hearing about these few.… …

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White-Eared Kob Migration, Southern Sudan

Southern Sudan became the newest nation in the world on July 9, 2011 when they declared independence from the northern part of the old Sudan. Opening itself up for tourism and adventure, Southern Sudan is… …

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