Are you ready for more than poop and paws?

31 August 2017

NORTH LUANGWA, ZAMBIA: Once in a while we have 'that-moment' when everything in life just seems to be right. When our soul and surroundings are in perfect harmony. I had some of the best few hours of my year a week ago when I went for a walk in the pure wilderness of the magnificent North Luangwa... and looking at all the other amazing things I have done this year, this has a very high ranking!

With REMOTE AFRICA SAFARIS you can head off the edge of the world to MWALESHI CAMP. Here, you experience a wholesome, soul-searching, life-enriching, finding-yourself-within-a-pristine-wilderness safari like never before. Everyone who appreciates being in the moment will love Mwaleshi. This is a place beyond adventure where you have that very rare opportunity to just be truly content and happy.

Mwaleshi Camp
 
FEEDBACK FROM MY RECENT TRIP:
  • DISCONNECTED — available to only 6 guests, at Mwaleshi you need to understand the context of how small you are in a wilderness expanding over 1,145,581 acres (463,600 ha). 
  • SOUL SAFARI — feeling enriched by nature, guiding, fresh food and being in the moment.
  • TRUE WALKING — definitely a must for those looking for a true walking safari in an untouched African corner. No poop and paws, this is walking with lions and buffalo.
  • IN TUNE — fresh appreciation for the simplicity of life.
  • WILD & FREE — walking barefoot through the river knowing only a handful have done it before me.
  • HUMBLING — puts life into perspective and makes all those city worries and to-do-lists melt away.
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AND, do not presume this is only for seasoned safari-goers. When I was there last week, all the guests were first-timers to Africa. An American father had arrived with his daughter and this was her first day in Africa! I could not help telling her what a lucky lucky young lady she was.
 
If you want to truly inspire your clients, get them to Mwaleshi. Sustainable Africa
Suzanne

PS: The CRIB SHEET and FLIGHT ACCESS map and times documents change regularly. Be sure to always get the latest versions.

Images: mostly Scott Ramsay @love_wild_africa (all the good ones at least), a few are mine.

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