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Luxury Travel – London, 1-4 November 2018

Team Zambezi in London - John Berry, Mark Pearson, Honour Schram de Jong, Rupert Finch Hatton

Team Zambezi at Luxury Travel Fair last year – join us and meet John, Mark and Amanda in 2019.

You’re cordially invited so pick up your free tickets

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What’s on at the Luxury Travel Fair

John Berry, Mark Pearson and Amanda DeSimone will be at the Zambezi stand for the duration of the show. We’ll showcase some of our old favourites in East, southern and Central Africa. Also suggest a selection of new hideaways in remote places where the focus is on outstanding wildlife in the company of some of Africa’s top guides. Take luxury and creature comforts as a given. We have exceptional journeys across Africa on offer.

Meet the Experts

Headline speakers at the Traveller’s Tales Theatre include Aldo Kane (World Record Setting Adventurer, Explorer, a Fellow at the Royal Geographic Society, Producer, Author & TV Presenter);  Jenny Eclair (award-winning Writer and Performer); Dr. Chadden Hunter (Producer/Director at the BBC Natural History Unit); Pip Stewart (adventurer, travel writer and film-maker) during the event.

Join us on Sunday 4 November at Traveller’s Tales Theatre for a presentation by John Berry on “How to plan an African Safari – a guide for seasoned travellers and first-timers alike”. What, where, when, why and how to take advantage of easy mainstream routes into Africa. Then beyond into the wilder and more remote regions where you’re most likely to encounter extraordinary wildlife, in the company of some of Africa’s top Professional Guides, most likely in the absence of travelling hordes.

Some essential reading before Luxury Travel Fair


Chamilandu. Known for it's understated elegance, prime location and exceptional game viewing on the edge of the Luangwa River.

Chamilandu. Known for it’s understated elegance. Also its prime location and exceptional game viewing on the edge of the Luangwa River.

Lodges located on the edge of permanent water ways guarantee good game viewing from dawn to dusk in the remoter safaris spots in East, southern and Central Africa

Lodges located on the edge of water ways guarantee good game viewing because they’re an all year source of water. That’s from dawn to dusk in the remoter safaris spots in East, southern and Central Africa.

Elephants range widely in Africa's better protected reserves. Uniquely adapted to harsh desert conditions, rich riverine valleys and deep central African forests.

Elephants range widely in Africa’s better protected reserves. Uniquely adapted to harsh desert conditions, rich riverine valleys and deep central African forests.

Western Lowland Gorilla in Odzala-Kokoua, Congo by Dana Allen courtesy Tim Henshall.

Western Lowland Gorilla in Odzala-Kokoua, Congo by Dana Allen courtesy Tim Henshall.

Chindeni BushCamp at dawn. Undoubtedly one of the best tented camps in the South Luangwa. Located on the edge of a permanent lagoon where the Chindeni Hills serve as a backdrop from the deck.

Chindeni BushCamp at dawn. Undoubtedly one of the best tented camps in the South Luangwa. Located on the edge of a permanent lagoon where the Chindeni Hills serve as a backdrop from the deck.

Rhino are seriously threatened across their traditional ranges but excellent sightings are assured especially in Namibia and Zimbabwe. Photo courtesy Tami Walker at Luxury Travel Fair.

Rhino are under serious threat across their traditional ranges because of poaching. We can almost guarantee daily sightings especially in parts of Namibia and Zimbabwe. Photo courtesy Tami Walker.

Leopards are widespread across our safari destinations but elusive at best. Zambia's Luangwa Valley is arguably your safest bet for capturing good shots. See us at Luxury Travel Fair London

Leopards are widespread across our safari destinations but elusive at best. Zambia’s Luangwa Valley is arguably your safest bet to capture good shots. Especially since night drives are a feature in the Luangwa. Courtesy Ashton Berry.

Ol Malo Nomads by Sacha Kenyon courtesy Rocky Francombe

Ol Malo Nomads by Sacha Kenyon courtesy Rocky Francombe. These mobile safaris take place in the Northern Frontier District of Kenya.

The annual migration remains one of Africa's most spectacular wildlife events - best witnessed in January to March and again in October and November.

The annual wildebeest migration remains one of Africa’s most spectacular wildlife events. It’s best witnessed in January to March and again in October and November.

Bongo in Dzanga courtesy Ralph Backer

Bongo in Dzanga courtesy Ralph Backer. This remains a well kept secret in the Central African Republic.

Mursi boy by Andy Richter courtesy Salem Alemayehu

Mursi boy in Ethiopia’s Omo Valley by Andy Richter courtesy Salem Alemayehu.

Serengeti mobile camp courtesy John Corse

Finally Serengeti mobile camp courtesy John Corse of Nomad Safaris. We suggest this northern area because it’s geared for mobiles so as to avoid the big hotels.

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