22
    Jun
    2011

    Thank you

    by Mike & Fiona Collett

    Dear John, Carol,Heather,Rona and Bryan

    Thank you all and your team very much indeed for the warmth of your hospitality last
    week. Thank you too for all the special treatment you gave me. As usual we had a
    lovely time and bring back many happy memories of Tafika. We had a safe return via
    Pioneer camp, made more amenable thanks to Rona’s picnic supper. We wished we had
    taken the left-overs on the plane the following day where from our premium economy
    seats, I had to work hard in cajoling a stewardess to give a business class meal, which
    was the only palatable food on the plane.
    Now we have the pleasant job of sorting out the photos. The English summer here has
    now reverted to type with rain and showers so there is an opportunity to do inside jobs.
    Thank you again for looking after us and, who knows, we might just meet again.
    Very best wishes
    Mike & Fiona

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    16
    Jun
    2011

    Thank You

    by Bryan Jackson

    Thank you to all the people at Tafika, Chikoko, and Crocodile camps. We learned so much and had a wonderful time. We will attempt to add some photos to the facebook page, and send some actual pictures. We hope you have an outstanding season.
    Love to all,
    The Goldman family

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    2
    Jun
    2011

    THE VALLEY

    by p de vuyst

    Dear friiends , congratulations for your very good new website!! unfortunately, it would be impossible for us to return this year in the valley! Very sad!! – for health problems! But we are so dreaming of the valley! and send you all our best wishes for your 2011 season ! LOVE TO ALL OF YOU. PAUL & CHARLOTTE.

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    15
    Feb
    2011

    bla

    by Nick Reid-Beaumont

    John (for it most certainly sounds like you), Congratulations on an excellent piece of work, flying and photography. Nature in the raw or is tooth and claw. Whatever. Hope all’s well with you & your excellent team. Hope to re-visit soon – 2011 latest. To everyone else – this place is quite exceptionnel.

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    15
    Feb
    2011

    Awesome holiday

    by Nancy Kubic

    I just wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you again for a wonderful stay – at Tafika, on the walking trails, and up at Mwaleshi. The food was amazing, especially the fresh bread baked daily in those underground ovens! We saw some fascinating events out walking – sneaking up on a male lion on the way to Crocodile Camp, tracking and finding a couple of lion kills (a Stephen Banda special), spotting a herd of roan antelope, finding no less than *7* giant eagle owls (one with a guinea fowl kill), spooking an enormous herd of buffalo in a gully leading to a buffalo/human standoff, trekking up to Eland Flats and finding both giraffe and a large herd of eland and watching a Marshall eagle take a wartlet while trying to photograph the largest fig tree I have ever seen! Not to mention the everyday vistas of all sorts of animals all day long every day. We found large herds of Cookeson’s wildebeest at Mwaleshi, spent most of an afternoon walk in camp watching an elephant family feed along the banks of the river, had spectacular views of a group of hyenas splashing and playing in the river, spotted a Pel’s fishing owl, got scared silly by Groovy one night after he chose to eat a bush two feet from my bed after I shone a flashlight in his eyes while he was crossing the river, and got within spitting distance of that large mob of hippos at the confluence of the Luangwa and Mwaleshi Rivers. How about a picnic lunch at the confluence of the Luangwa and Mwaleshi Rivers after a long trek and dinner by moonlight on the Mwaleshi riverbank? And last but not least, a fantastic microlight flight over the walking camps before flying off with a grocery store to Mwaleshi! Thank you again everyone – I really loved my second visit and hope we can all visit again soon!

    Nancy Kubic

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