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Western Morning News safari feature
Western Morning News

Zambezi Safaris, 21 years in the African safari business, Philip Bowern met up with Trish and John Berry to discover their passion

You don’t need to win the Lottery to enjoy a Luxury safari

Yes, it would be good to win the lottery but that luxury safari is in sight… You don’t have to compromise on adventure, wildlife, comfort and style. A safari is

Francis Clark’s Zambezi case study
Francis Clark

Francis Clark LLP profiles Zambezi Safari & Travel Co - offering bespoke African safaris to the international market from Devon in England's South West.

Travel Africa Magazine digimag – northern Autumn 2014

Our 2014 Northern Autumn digimag in association with Travel Africa Magazine includes 32 pages of rich content and updates from Africa. Easy to download, read at your leisure and share

Namibia’s Desert elephants

A small population of desert adapted elephants is resident in Namibia's Kaokoveld in the Hoarusib-Hoanib and Huab-Ugab ephemeral river systems.

Courtesy Chris Worden Gorilla
Congo gorillas by Sue Watt

Sue Watt reports on her Congo gorilla encounter - 5 ways to get up close

Honeymoon at Sabi Sand

Honeymoon at Sabi Sand Are you planning a wedding? Here’s a little friendly advice… don’t skimp on the honeymoon. If you haven’t yet chosen a destination we may just have

Okavango Delta_Courtesy Zambezi
Okavango Delta on UNESCO World Heritage list

The Okavango Delta in Botswana has become the 1000th site to be listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. To wildlife lovers and conservation experts this accolade is long overdue.

Special issue from Travel Africa magazine

We’re delighted to bring you the first complimentary edition of our e-magazine in association with Travel Africa magazine. You’ll find 33 pages of rich content and updates from Africa –

Thanksgiving 2017
Old hopes for Zim, 4 years later

...some things never changed in Zimbabwe...but there's one that certainly has!

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