Monthly Archives: January 2014
Arriving at Camp Nkwazi near Livingstone, almost destroying the game fence.
During the months of November and December the park is home to more than 8 million migratory fruit bats, the biggest mammal gathering anywhere in the world. We saw thousands flying above us and it is spectacular. Unfortunately we did … Continue reading
On one of our walks Vincent almost stepped on what we think to be a harmless green water snake.
Stunning place in northern Zambia, the landscape feels unspoiled and ancient. Great to stay for a while and enjoy long walks and birding.
On the way to Kapishya Hot Springs Campsite, the bridge was fine but the road was caved in from heavy rains.
Sir Stewart’s grandson manages the estate and lives in the beautiful brick mansion with perfectly manicured gardens. The house full of family treasures, photographs and stories is open for visitors and really worth seeing.