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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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A new season has begun

Tafika opened on 1st May and we have already welcomed our first guests and all too soon said farewell! Gameviewing this early in the season has been good, with some excellent sightings from the microlight… …

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One Life Photographic Competition

Bryan Jackson, our resident expert guide and photographer, has entered a portfolio of his photographs from Mkasanga Village in the One Life photographic competition. Should Bryan be fortunate enough to win any prize he will… …

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Our Hides

At the start of each season our Safari Manager, Bryan Jackson, sets out to locate the best possible sites for hides to offer our guests ideal bird and game viewing opportunities. Some are rebuilt in… …

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AERIAL PERSPECTIVE

John and Patrick Bentley share their unique perspective of the Luangwa from the microlight. …

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Lunar Eclipse June 16th 2011

Dinner on the beach was planned for June 16th to enjoy the splendour of the full moon and the longest lunar eclipse in more than a decade, with totality lasting 100 minutes. Our guests arrived… …

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HUNGRY DOGS by John Coppinger

By now we had picked up a faint signal from the dogs to the south so we homed in on them – there they were racing through the bush, clearly hunting. In a flash they had an impala and ripped it apart in very short order. …

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BREAKFAST!

There was an incredible sight in front of Chalets 4 & 5 here at Tafika yesterday morning! As many as 40 crocodiles were feasting on a dead baby hippo which had become lodged in debris… …

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The Rains Draw to a Close by John Coppinger

I couldn’t wait to get in the air again and spent well over an hour the following morning checking out the area. …

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