If you’ve ever stopped to wonder how the rug on the floor doesn’t fray, how the shirt on your back holds together, how muscles and ligaments interlock, how the cells and the very fabric of life is coiled and bound
There are several projects in the pipeline for 2020. We now have a company aircraft for transfers (more information on that at a later date), and are planning on remodelling the family unit at Anabezi, in addition to building a
We have a unbelievable 3 night special which provides fantastic value for anyone looking to spend three memorable nights in the Lower Zambezi National Park. For a slightly longer stay, keep in mind our upcoming specials “Pay 3, Stay 4”
For much of the world, the festive season is one of flurries of snow, crisp mornings and warm drinks, large belt loosening meals and general overindulging and overabundance, the southern hemisphere, however, does things a little differently… December is traditionally
Well goodness, it’s hard to believe that our season on the Lower Zambezi has come to a close, but what a season it has been! The rains have come, our last guests have departed, and camp has closed for 2019.
On the last day of October, an effervescence of dragonflies fizzed the shade and skies around camp; an immaculate incandescence, prompting a frenzy of hyperphagy – the glut of softly whirring insects easy prey for hawking kingfisher, bee-eater and roller.