Holiday review by Mrs Linda Lightowler
Name: Mrs Linda Lightowler
Date of trip: 14/06/2019
Number of people: 2
To start every day was a new adventure and a learning curve. I didn’t know vultures are endangered, the safari lodge staff feed them every day at 1pm and what a sight! 200 vultures fight there in front of you. Victoria falls is something else, absolutely spectacular. We went shark cage watching which was up there on the bucket list. Again endangered species and conservationists doing these trips to educate people. It was really cold, but a definite must. Lastly, Chobe! What can I say, every dream came true and I cried when I left.
Every day was an adventure, it was everything I’d dreamed of and more.
Brilliant! I was listened to, my needs were understood, my budget met. Great thank you!
Charles was great, he took such good care of us. His knowledge was excellent, and nothing was too much trouble. I can’t thank him enough.
Social & Environmental Responsibility:
Yes. conservation is important and a plus for tourism.
The places you stayed
Spotlessly clean, helpful. They made sure restaurants where booked, transport for the trips I’d booked were double checked. The staff friendly, far better than a big hotel where you lose the personal touch.
To die for. Eating breakfast whilst watching animals at the waterhole. Again spotless, the staff helpful.