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We spent three nights each at Chief's Camp and Baine's Camp in the Okavango Delta in Botswana and enjoyed it thoroughly. Using first a plane, then a boat and finally a van we crossed the international border from Botswana into Zambia to arrive at the Tongabezi Lodge near the Victoria Falls in Zambia late yesterday afternoon. Tongabezi Lodge is …
A beautiful 4 day stay on the banks of the Zambezi river. We spent our first 2 nights on Sindabezi Island, a small island in the middle of the Zambezi with 5 rooms, no walls to the room, bath tub out on the deck and beautiful sunsets. We had dinner on our own little beach both evenings, watching the sun go down and listening to the hippos grunting …
Tongabezi lodge – fishing, fishing and more fishing!
Tongabezi (Tonga for the local language 'Tonga' and ‘Bezi’ because of the Zambezi) was one of the first lodges to be built on the Zambezi in Zambia. Ben Parker had started the lodge 20 years ago when he was in his twenties with a friend of his who, 5 or so years ago, …
Flying over the falls, I
saw the bungy jump and I thought it would be cool if I did it, but as soon as I
saw someone jump of the highest bungie jump in the world I had second thoughts.
Now there is no words to explain how amazing the falls are, and how many stupid
people there are around the falls. First thing I saw, was 2 people …
... Zimbabwe as they have the best view of the falls. On my way in, I crossed the bridge where the bungee jumping happens. From the boat looking up it didnt look that bad, being up there looking down made me almost faint it was so high and so scary. I watched one girl jump off and it made me weak at the knees. So my indecision about whether to jump or not was then confirmed to be a definite hells to the no.
Once in Zim, having purchased a souvenir 100,000,000,000,000 buck ...
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Billed as one of the world's best honeymoon hotels, this one lives up to its reputation. Situated on the shores of the Zambezi River, this hotel is truly idyllic.
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