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Kenya a camp driving change….

It has been 10 years since I visited east Africa and to say I was impressed with the sustainable and responsible tourism that has developed there is grossly understated.....

South Luangwa “The Valley of the Leopards”

South Luangwa National Park in Zambia encompasses all that. Covering a vast area of around 9,050 square kilometres, South Luangwa National Park (often known as “The Valley”), is fed by the mighty Luangwa River, which flows into the park providing the perfect habitat, and a thriving ecosystem for many different species. It also makes it one of the best places in the world to view some of Africa’s most iconic wildlife, and is also known for its amazing walking safari experiences...

The experience of seeing wildlife on foot

Not only can you come within metres from the big beasts, like elephants, buffalo or lions, but you can also appreciate the smaller creatures. Birds, bugs and butterflies, animal tracks, spider webs.… you can see and feel it all.

The experience of seeing wildlife on foot

Not only can you come within metres from the big beasts, like elephants, buffalo or lions, but you can also appreciate the smaller creatures. Birds, bugs and butterflies, animal tracks, spider webs.… you can see and feel it all.

Kenya a camp driving change….

It has been 10 years since I visited east Africa and to say I was impressed with the sustainable and responsible tourism that has developed there is grossly understated.....

South Luangwa “The Valley of the Leopards”

South Luangwa National Park in Zambia encompasses all that. Covering a vast area of around 9,050 square kilometres, South Luangwa National Park (often known as “The Valley”), is fed by the mighty Luangwa River, which flows into the park providing the perfect habitat, and a thriving ecosystem for many different species. It also makes it one of the best places in the world to view some of Africa’s most iconic wildlife, and is also known for its amazing walking safari experiences...
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