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Kicking off 2022 in Kenya

Ntaba African Safaris kicked off 2022 with a photography safari to Kenya. The wheels of tourism in East Africa are rapidly picking up pace. European and North American visitors count for the majority of travelers to the region and they are eagerly taking advantage of tempting package deals, smaller crowds, and reassuring safety protocols set […]

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When East Africa Delivers Jaw-dropping Experiences!

Crocs, Crossings, and Big Cats

‘Expect the unexpected’ is a go-to mantra for all travelers. Yes, we may experience delayed flights, wayward luggage, offline credit card machines.  For our own sanity’s sake, we just learn to ‘go with the flow’.

Yet those inconveniences pale in comparison to the encounters that simply take your breath away because you are in the right place at the right time.  And, if you are in the African bush, you are most likely with an exceptional guide!

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6 Reasons to Explore the Magic of a Zambezi Getaway

Nestled on the banks of the Kafue River, Gwabi River Lodge is the perfect place to unplug, recharge and regroup. Ninety miles south of the Zambian capital city of Lusaka, and less than 4 miles from the mouth of the Lower Zambezi, the lodge is easily accessible year round by road, air and water. Forming the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, the Lower Zambezi River is a mecca for sport fishermen, adventure tourists, wildlife photographers, birding enthusiasts and game viewers.

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Ntaba African Safaris Supporting Zimbabwean Artists

‘Painting with the Elephants’ is a favorite activity with Ntaba African Safaris guests when visiting Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. We recently met a talented artist who, with much patience and humor, coached our guests through this experience. This young man and his art was so popular, we thought we would share his story.

Learn more about the Wild Horizons Elephant Sanctuary and Orphanage, and the ‘Painting with the Elephants’ experience here.

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Rescue – Rehabilitation – Release

When you visit the Wild Horizons Elephant Sanctuary and Orphanage just outside the town of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, you’re doing more than having an encounter with a rescued or orphaned elephant.

When you stroke Coco’s trunk (a 43-year-old female named after the great clothing designer) or when you toss specially-formulated treats into Thembi’s mouth (14 years old), you’re doing more than getting up close and personal with these gentle giants.

When you watch the antics of little Simangoliso, a mischievous 2-year old, or participate in the Elephant Art Safari and paint this family of seven elephants, you’re doing more than creatively depicting the herd.

YOU are being part of the solution by joining with Ntaba African Safaris to participate in the Elephant Interaction, Elephant Art Safari, Walk with the Giants, and ‘Adopt an Elephant’ program.