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The tea break during a morning walk is almost as important as the walk itself. The fire needs to be made first though...Jaston makes it look easy here. How successful would you be making fire the natural way?
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#ChikokoTreeCamp is nestled amongst sausage and ebony trees overlooking an open plain - a space frequented by elephants, giraffe, antelope, warthog and even wild dogs.
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Crossing the Luangwa river via canoe before heading into pristine bush for a morning walking safari.
Photo credit Bryan Jackson
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Outdoor showers at all of our #RemoteAfricaSafaris #bushcamps ensures a great view of the surrounding leafy canopies and their feathered inhabitants. #showerinstyle #lifeinthebush #onewithnature #atnaturespace #remote #outdoorbathroom ...

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The best kind of game viewing is done at #atnaturespace.
Photo credit Bryan Jackson
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Looking back on some special experiences from 2018 with Leopard Adventures. #africanelephant #chikokocamp #RemoteAfricaSafaris #atnaturespace #connectwithnature #bushthrills ...

Traveling throughout Africa connects us to not only the people but also the wildlife. This past year one of our staff members felt that special connection during their stay in Zambia at Remote Africa Safaris with one of the most majestic African animals -- elephants. She shares her experience, tucked away in what seemed like a secret hideaway of Chikoko Camp. “I woke up to the smashing of branches from below and jumped with excitement to check the scene. To my surprise it was an enormous female elephant - with their massive size they somehow always manage to walk with the most silent of steps, however this elephant had a waddling small calf with an uncontrollable trunk. I was amazed. I’ve never been so close to an elephant all alone. Their silhouettes danced in the light of the full moon and I sat there for hours as the rest of the herd trickled in. Keeping still and quiet, I simply watched as they came up to me, so close I could reach out and touch their foreheads with my own hand.” There’s something truly magical about these creatures and to see their decline in numbers is devastating and frightening. We’re so thankful for organizations like The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust who work hard to protect these innocent beings through rehabilitation and release back into the wild so that stories like these can last for generations to come. For more information on David Sheldrick Wildlife Foundation, click the link below & visit our Instagram story to see our dear friend Louisa and her collection of moments at their orphanage, which we’ve learned are memories that will last a lifetime. 🐘 www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org

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Happy New Year! Seasons greetings from all of us at #RemoteAfricaSafaris. Wishing you all a wonderful 2019!
Photo credit Bryan Jackson.
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Having long legs can be beneficial when the trees look greener on the otherside! Although the Luangwa River is home to a healthy crocodile population, mammals do cross the river regularly. Thanks to Bryan Jackson for this great image!
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