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Leopards Everywhere : South Luangwa June 2019 : Nkwali, Nsefu, Tafika, Tena Tena.

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optig

@Travelmore the wilderness "vibe" is simply outstanding as is the levels of guiding. I can assure you that you won't be disappointed. Pls let me know where your'e thinking of staying.

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marg

Tafika.....we were there last September. Both lunch and dinner are structured....they put the seating arrangements together.  One day my hubby put together a group for dinner and let them know who would be seated with us.  It was great.

 

@TravelMore and @Game Warden....GO!

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TravelMore
22 hours ago, optig said:

@Travelmore the wilderness "vibe" is simply outstanding as is the levels of guiding. I can assure you that you won't be disappointed. Pls let me know where your'e thinking of staying.

No idea, we once looked at Puku ridge, but it changed hands and closed for reno.  It was just one lodge we. noticed

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On 7/20/2019 at 7:37 AM, TravelMore said:

Ok, I'm interested. I'm primarily interested in BIG cats and their babies BUT,  the hippos are definitely a sight to behold and ellies near water are an attraction for sure.  I was somewhat leery that the leopards might be too skittish but  that doesn't seem to be the case. Wow, and that Stork!  So stunning.  More please, dying for More!

 

You should definitely go! Probably the chillest leopards I've ever seen, 12 in 3 days including on a walk, 3 in one sighting with one circling our vehicle they never cared about our presence at all. Also for my money a very scenic park as well with fantastic guides.

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