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December 7, 2017
Time + Tide opened Liuwa Plain National Park’s first permanent camp – King Lewanika Lodge in April this year. The camp has a slightly ‘odd’ season for Zambia with the camp closing late July – early October. They are excited to be operating again, and for the first time will open from late October through...
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Chongwe Safaris recently unveiled their new wildlife hide, Winterthorn. Designed to look like a termite mound, soft lounge chairs decorate the inside creating a comfortable cocoon in which to view the prolific and varied wildlife that wanders past. Close to camp and overlooking a waterhole, it’s the perfect spot to head after lunch or for...
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KAZA Uni Visa Now Available in Zambia & Zimbabwe KAZA UNI VISA stickers are available at all ports of entry into Zimbabwe & Zambia, however availability of the KAZA UNI VISA cannot be guaranteed, and should the stickers be out of stock, guests will be recommended to purchase single/double entry visas.
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Recognised as one of the most iconic safari lodges in Zimbabwe, Bumi Hills Safari Lodge re-opens under the African Bush Camps banner. Bumi Hills Safari Lodge, widely revered as having the best panoramic view of Lake Kariba, has been completely refurbished and upgraded to flaunt the breath-taking vistas of the blue waters of the lake....
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Coral Lodge, the renown five star beach lodge, near Mozambique Island, the only UNESCO World Heritage site in Mozambique will collaborate with Ecolibri, a leading European, Milan based renewable energy engineering firm, in a pilot project resulting in the installation of innovative micro-wind turbine and solar technology, thereby creating the first ‘offgrid’ renewal energy showcase...
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The focus of activities at Dinaka is exploring the Kalahari experience with its exceptional diversity of wildlife. Kalahari Lion, Cheetah, Leopard, Brown Hyena, Giraffe, Honey Badger, Bat Eared Fox, Giraffe, Zebra and many different species of antelope are but a few examples of mammals that call Dinaka home. Activities include morning and afternoon game drives...
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Due to the late, and low level floods experienced in the Okavango Delta this year, they have observed that the water-levels have started to drop. As always they are monitoring the situation closely with the challenge being that the receding water levels result in the hippo congregating in increasingly narrow channels and jostling for territory....
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The lodge will re-open on 1st June 2018 following a completely new design of the public areas and guest rooms, as well as staff accommodation. The rebuild will be guided by the best sustainable building practices and an exemplary eco-friendly lodge will be created. The new lodge will boast a luxurious spa, inter-connecting family rooms,...
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Kanonkop House successfully re-opened its doors at the end of October 2017, having completed substantial refurbs and upgrades. The following upgrades and refurbs were achieved: – A new suite was added. Named the Diamond Suite, the suite is simply sublime and decadently luxurious. – The Paradise Suite and Garden Rooms (No Matata & Sivuyile) were...
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The Clarendon Collection recently installed grey water tanks and this initiative now provides them with more than enough water to maintain their beautiful gardens. As part of their ongoing “green initiative” efforts tanks have also been installed in order to harvest rain water which is used to keep the pools full. The Clarendon Fresnaye has...
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