Unique Remote Africa

05 March 2015

ZAMBIA, LUANGWA VALLEY: Tafika has been home to Remote Africa Safaris' owners John and Carol Coppinger for many years! Along with their extended family (the team), they welcome guests with open arms to enjoy an exceptional safari in this prime wildlife location.

REASONS TO VISIT:
  • 4x4 POLICY: Only 4 guests per vehicle - ample room for photographic equipment.
  • EXPLORE ZAMBIA: John’s Cessna 210, based at Tafika, flies guests directly into far flung parts of Zambia that would otherwise take a day or more to get to. Day trips include:
    • Bangweulu Swamps - to view the endangered shoebill storks.
    • Kasanka - witness the bat migration, the worlds largest mammal migration.
    • Shiwa Ng'andu - visit the fascinating mansion. 
    • Or simply combine the camps directly to the Lower Zambezi avoiding Lusaka! 2015 FLIGHT ROUTES & RATES
  • 25 YEARS: Bryan Jackson returns for his 25th consecutive season! One of Africa's best and most understated guides. An exceptional photographer and fountain of knowledge.
  • WALKING, CYCLING & 4x4 SAFARIS: Walk or cycle through pristine wilderness, visit local communities, enjoy day and night drives with outstanding nocturnal safaris. 
  • REMOTE: Remote by name, remote by nature - combined to provide a unique, personal safari experience that guests return to year after year:
    • Mwaleshi; the only camp in the North Luangwa National Park, accessed by flight from Tafika.
    • Chikoko Trails; accessed by canoe then on foot, ensures the most authentic walking safaris in the South Luangwa!
    • Tafika, the hub of the operation, is accessed by road or flight from Mfuwe, and private charters from the Lower Zambezi and Lusaka.
WALKING SAFARIS SPECIAL RATES:
   
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Happy Selling!
Suzanne

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