Nyambadwe Motel

Address: Chirundu Border, Chirundu, Zambia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Chirundu Border, Chirundu, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Chirundu

Wild Tracks

A travel blog entry by carlos.quijano on Aug 18, 2012

60 photos

Wild Tracks is a lovely spot – lodge/camp site, on the banks of the Zambezi under shady trees with a marvelous view. The staff is friendly and very helpful. Silon was the chap assigned to our camp and we were delighted with his eagerness to help with everything.

The Lodge boss and manager entered the fishing competition and was not around. Their staff did them proud. We have grown accustomed ...

Pictures of Wildtracks Camp

A travel blog entry by mike.christine on Aug 17, 2012

16 photos

This is the campsite we spent three nights at on the edge of the Zambezi river. There was a huge fishing competition on so unfortunately all the boats had been booked, but nonetheless it was a happy three days and Ceylon appeared and went off with ...

Canoeing on Zambezi river

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage on Oct 08, 2011

91 photos

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Oct 8, Zambezi River Canoeing

There are 5 dangers on this river: the hippos, the current, the wind, the logs and the sun announces the guide... I wonder why he did not mention the crocs! The morning had not started that well between me and Lance because we did not seem to be behind the guide as he had asked....and after passing two huge hippos and startling one who woke up with a big thunder in his voice, my stomach sunk and I did not ...

Thanksgiving in Africa

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage on Oct 06, 2011

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Oct 6, Thanksgiving dinner

"I thank Duncan for his jokes and his sarcasm" laughs Roman at the dinner table, "if you don't know how to make knots, do lots"...had said Duncan as Roman was getting frustrated at removing a clothe line (by the way, I, Corinne, made all these knots...hum... I've never been to Scouts!).

“I thank Peggy for her patience with me when I lose it” added Tristan

“Thank you Mom ...

Canoeing with crocs and hippo's

A travel blog entry by travelwithjorg on Aug 26, 2011

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Together with Franzi(sca), a German girl who is doing her internship in Lusaka (Zambia), and our guide Steven we went on a canoe trip along the Zambezi river organized by 'River Horse'. A 3 day and 2 night trip in which we canoed for 45 kilometers, did a walking safari and a game drive back to the camp. This trip was not without dangers since we have seen about 300 hippo's and ...