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Zambia and Victoria Falls

South Luangwa is, in my opinion, the best place in the world for a safari. Unregimented and with great wildlife. You can even do a walking safari with a guide. You dont have to stick rigidly to the roads like the Kruger in Kenya, and the elephants and Big 5 are there in abundance. I even saw wild dogs, which may be less glamorous, but are probably even more rare, and amazing birds too - delicate flamingoes, cruising bustards and jewel-like turacoes. All this, in the comfort of modern camps which combine luxury and relaxation with wild, unspoilt terrain. Don't believe the guides when they say that the lions are more scared of you than you are of them - unless you have ever eaten a lion, and I bet you haven't - it's a lie! But they do ignore you, even in open jeeps right next to them..

Victoria Falls (Mosi-aua-tunya - "the smoke that thunders") is still as awe-inspiring today as it must have been to Doctor Livingstone, the first European to set eyes upon it in 1855. It lies between Zimbabwe and Zambia, a vast stair of water falling from an impossible height, dashing pearlescent spray into the sunlight and thundering night and day. Whether from the air, from a boat, or from a bungee rope, all scrutinised by drowsy rhinoceros, there's nowhere else quite like it...

 

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