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Zimbabwe, the World's New Cool Safari Destination

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Finally, diverse, animal-rich Zimbabwe is gaining ground as a safari destination: The U.S. dollar is accepted (along with South African rand), there’s a new Victoria Falls airport, and a joint Zim-Zam (KAZA) visa makes it easy to see both sides of the Zambezi River. Best of all, Zimbabwe offers exceptional value relative to its neighbors. An abbreviated version of this appeared in the Jan/Feb 2016 issue.
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Zimbabwe
Wilderness Safaris has reinvented the classic Zimbabwe safari in Hwange with the opening of the sleek, sophisticated Linkwasha, where herds of elephants, buffalo, and zebras often drink out of a pan just off the pool deck. The nine-suite camp,...
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Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
African Bush Camps, which launched in 2006 (politically and economically challenging times), now has eight locations in Zimbabwe and Botswana. Its first tented camp, Somalisa, will reopen in 2016 after an upgrade. “We’ve had to move with the times...
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Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
The African Lion & Environmental Research Trust (ALERT) is a non-profit research and conservation organization dedicated to the facilitation and promotion of sound conservation and management plans for the African lion. They offer opportunities to...
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Zimbabwe
We thought it would be a lazy day floating down the lower Zambezi in our canoes, having a picnic lunch along the river's edge at little Vundu Camp and enjoying the mountains slowly gliding by on the Zambian side of the river. We had not fully...