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3 other Migration sightings to consider for an African safari

Liuwa Plains Safari with the legendary Robin Pope – Nov 2016

Liuwa Plains is home to the second largest migration of blue wildebeest in Africa. Numbers 50,000 in November when they arrive from Angola.

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In celebration of their off the beaten track experiences over the past 30 years years, travel to Liuwa with the legendary Robin Pope. Offering a limited number of 5 night departures using Matemanene Camp (NCS).

Itinerary: 5 nights Liuwa Plain

Scheduled departures: 23 & 28 November 2016 only!

Rates from: US$5,900 for Nov – per person sharing.

Single supplements – please contact us for details.

Includes: Transfers starting and ending in Lusaka, accommodation, full board, all local drinks, all activities and laundry.

Excludes: Gratuities, visa fees where applicable + international flights.

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  1.                                                      Click here to watch Liuwa Plains video

Botswana’s Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pan National Parks – Zebra Migration

Every year, at the onset of the rains in January through March, up to 25,000 zebra begin their annual migration through Botswana’s Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pan National Parks. Known as the second largest Zebra Migration in Africa, the mass movement of these animals starts from in the North from the Boteti River.  Two camp locations can offer this spectacle – Meno A Kwena and Jack’s Camp.

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Gambella National Park White Eared Kob Migration

The Migration of the White Eared Kob, of Boma-Jonglei-Gambella, is in the remote corner of western Ethiopia. It is inside this, Gambella National Park, where it has recently been discovered, that these massive Kob herds congregate during their annual dry season migration in January/February.  Contact us for details in interested in joining this intrepid expedition.

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