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Holiday review by Jeff Webster

Date of trip: 17/10/2012
Number of people: 2
Country: Zambia

Overall level of Satisfaction

Tribes Overall: "This was our fourth trip to Zambia and it was just as good as the other three."
Tribes Service: "As always it was first class."
Guides: "Zambian guides receive thorough training and have to pass stringent exams before they can become a guide. Consequently guides all all of a high standard."
Social & Environmental Responsibility: "Yes. All of the camps we visited employed people from the local community and at Tafika they were able also to support the local school."


Kaingo Camp
A wonderful camp with such jolly and friendly staff. The arrangement of having lunch on your own private decking whilst watching game coming to drink in the river was a memorable experience indeed. And the water from the tap was safe to drink as it came from their own borehole.
Mwaleshi Camp
We were looked after very well. This camp is situated in North Luangwa where the emphasis is on walking. Alex was our guide and host combined and was top class in both respects. His knowledge of the bush and its wildlife,whether large or very small, was outstanding and as a former teacher he was able to explain the interaction in understandable language.
Mwamba Bush Camp
Brent our host was a mine of information of life in the bush and clearly it was a great passion of his to live life away from the bustle of civilisation. Three wonderful days in his company.
Old Mondoro Camp
If we were forced to pick a favourite it would be this and that by the tiniest of margins. The style of continental breakfast before the morning game drive followed by lunch at 11-30 suited us and our fellow guests very well. The night time game viewing using infra red lights allowed us to watch game without interrupting their routine in any way.
Tafika Camp
Such nice people who had the unenviable task of entertaining their guests with access to the park cut off because of the rains. We did plenty of walking and saw some pretty good wildlife which we most likely we would not have done from a vehicle. The opportunity to take a microlight flight should not be missed.

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5/5 from 58 reviews

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facts and information

Time: GMT +2 hours

Flight time: Flights from Europe to Lusaka take about 10 hours. Lusaka International Airport is about 25km from the city centre (about 30 minutes transfer).

Language: Zambia's official language is English, but outside of the cities few people speak it.

Visas: Visas are required for most nationalities, although a waiver can normally be organized in advance for British citizens.

Health: This is a malarial country.



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