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26 January 2012

New exclusive, escorted tours

We've introduced two new escorted tours for 2012, both exclusive to Zambezi.  And both offered at a special 'early bird' price.  This is the first time that Zambezi has designed its own bespoke, escorted tours, offering guests the peace of mind of travelling with a reputable company and one-stop-shop for their entire trip.  The best safaris don’t always come with the cheapest price tags, but book before 31st May 2012 and enjoy the best for less. Zambezi Big Cat Diary safari, 5 nights – From a p…

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25 January 2012

Serengeti Migration Update - 24th January 2012

The bulk of the herds are spread out between Kusini and Hidden Valley, with more of them seen towards the Serengeti Side; looks like they are moving away from the NCAA plains and around Ndutu. However, rains today towards Naabi could see them changing direction again, we'll keep you posted. To read more about Nomad camps visit our blogs

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23 January 2012

What kind of adventurer are you?

The question was posed by Richard Madden of the Daily Telegraph, who included our new tour to the Congo rainforest and Odzala-Kokoua National Park in his round up of top adventurours trips for 2012. We're expecting a lot of interest in the set departure trips, launching later this year.  Are you up to the challenge?  

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13 January 2012

Serengeti Migration Update - 13th January 2012

There are still big herds of the migration in and around Ndutu, but because it's generally dry now they are starting to move north and west towards Kusini and Hidden Valley. This is totally normal behaviour at this time of year, in response to the local weather conditions. Nomad guide Richard Knocker, back a few days ago from safari, reports plenty of "cat action" and very good plains game generally. Find out more about Nomad safaris

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