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The Jao area is being transformed by the Delta waters which have been rising daily. Wildlife sightings lately have been exceptional, especially with our pride of lions having moved to Hunda Island. Our resident female leopard has also been seen and the good news is that looks like she has cubs hidden somewhere. Wild dog have also been around…

See more from Kwetsani Camp http://www.wilderness-safaris.com/blog/safari-albums#gallery-1860_Latest+from+Kwetsani
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A few special moments spent watching a lioness moving her cubs to a new den was filmed in Hwange National Park. Buli was guiding us in the Back Pans area and his sharp eyes spotted the tiny cubs trailing their Mother. Look out for the runt of the litter…so small and cute.
Filmed by Graham Simmonds at Wilderness Safaris - Linkwasha Camp.

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Delighted to be a headline sponsor of this amazing competition where you can win your share of R600,000 in prizes!

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Did you know elephants seem to prefer one tusk over the other, just like people are either right or left-handed?
Amazing! What’s your favourite fact about these incredible animals?
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Welcome rains made for dramatic skies on the Kulala Wilderness Reserve...

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"We had entered a long stretch of thick bush and it was impossible to see anything in the tall grass as we made our way along the road. Suddenly, as we took a bend, in front of us were two large lionesses walking towards us. Buli brought the vehicle to a comfortable stop some 60 feet away. Our group was still reaching for their cameras when Buli with his expertly trained eyes whispered at us to look beneath the first female."

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Not long to the official opening of the season at Ruckomechi now, as the rebuild nears completion... See more pics on the progress at http://www.wilderness-safaris.com/blog/safari-albums#gallery-1861_Finishing+Touches+to+Ruckomechi%27s+Rebuild
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"Kafue National Park is a vast, immensely beautiful, largely under-appreciated and utterly irreplaceable wilderness that deserves enormous support from the global conservation community. It is severely under-resourced and an extremely challenging environment in which to work. The people who have dedicated their lives to protecting the park and its wildlife, and making it accessible for the enjoyment of others, deserve the highest praise” – Neil Midlane, Kafue Lion Project Researcher
Enjoy a few exceptional aerial shots of Kafue National Park's Busanga Plains as seen during the rainy season...
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You get your birders, your wildlife enthusiasts, people that collect bugs and butterflies, and then you get your froggers or people that study and track frogs. Carel Loubser explores the world of frogging and why these little amphibians are such interesting creatures…
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Our Ruckomechi building inspector seems pleased with the progress of the camp rebuild to date... as are we, as it all comes together for the season's reopening next week! 

Ruckomechi Camp is a much-loved Zimbabwe safari favourite that has been operating for a number of years. Totally revamped, it will still overlook the same wide stretch of the Zambezi River, with the dramatic purple-hued Zambian escarpment in the distance. All the tents as well as the central dining, bar and lounge areas face this evocative scene.. 

http://images.wilderness.co.za/Ruckomechi-all-you-need-to-know/Ruckomechi-all-you-need-to%20know.pdf
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Zambia exudes the charm of Africa undiscovered – and so we have created these itineraries combining a number of the extraordinary areas of this beautiful country.

From the adrenaline-filled region of Victoria Falls and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World to the remote plains of Busanga in the Kafue National Park and the spectacular scenery and wildlife of the Lower Zambezi National Park, these itineraries will leave you with a yearning for more and ensure some phenomenal safari memories.
9 Day Experience Zambia with Wilderness Safaris
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Preparing to celebrate the full moon at Little Kulala last week... After we announced to our guests that we would be celebrating its rising, they danced around the fire with the staff... in fact, we all sang and danced - and some guests had a fairly difficult time waking up early the next morning!

http://www.wilderness-safaris.com/blog/safari-albums#gallery-1854_Full+Moon+at+Little+Kulala 
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Wilderness Safaris offers luxury safari experiences in nine African countries, promoting ecotourism and conservation at the same time.

A tour operator and destination management company dedicated to responsible tourism in Africa, its travel divisions – Wilderness Safaris, Wilderness Touring, Wilderness Collection and Wilderness Air – operate a portfolio of some 70 lodges, camps and safaris in nine countries: Botswana, Congo (Brazzaville), Kenya, Namibia, Malawi, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the Seychelles.

Wilderness Safaris’ wildlife, marine and cultural safaris in remote, pristine wilderness destinations are specialised, explorative and fun. Wilderness offers guests private access to over eight million acres (three million hectares) of Africa’s finest wildlife reserves, while remaining fiercely committed to protecting the planet’s precious natural and cultural resources.

This Wilderness vision is encapsulated by its 4Cs concept, namely Conservation, Community, Culture and Commerce.