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My first safari in South Luangwa september 2014

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BRACQUENE

It is often said that you always remember your first love and this is certainly true for a safari ; so it was always my intention to return to the fabulous camps of Remote African Safaris  Because I love walking I regret not to have  visited  North Luangwa and their famous Mwaleshi Camp but this will be done in 2020  ;  in the meantime since last july Takwela also in the North was added to their portfolio and allows you to drive in that remote area of Africa.

It has been a while since I had a look at the photo's of that great safari ( 4 nights Tafika - 2  Chikoko and 2 Crocodile ) and  already in anticipation of returning I wanted to share some with you !DSCF2402.JPG.f64a2105eaaf89f7167189558121b981.JPGimage.png.afe1be375a9062f8a0af5bcf9ceb885d.png

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Atravelynn

A short jaunt backward in time.  Zambia again for you!

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optig

@BRACQUENE You are bringing back so many memories of the 4 times that I've been to South Luangwa National Park. I've stayed twice at Tafika and once at Chikoko Trails and Crocodile Camp. Of course, I remember John, Carol, Brian, and Isacc Zulu.  These are three outstanding camps.

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BRACQUENE

Thanks a lot Optig for your reply ; I am so happy to go back there in 2020 and it will be returning to old friends ; apart from Brian , Isaac and Alex the ranger you see above we had with Brent Harris on the walking trails  a fantastic guide in 2014 and now he is in Mwaleshi so we might see him next summer there : By the way I just noticed that Remote have  a new  website !!

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BRACQUENE

Walking with Remote African Safaris around Chikoko and Crocodile Camp in september 2014 and night drives at Tafika ; so excited to return next year !DSCF2123.JPG.9b1f6eff251a8ea614a0cee28ae1a955.JPG

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