Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Botswana: New Okavango Delta Camp: Pangolin Khwai Camp | Панголин Кемп Ботсвана

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New Okavango Delta Camp

A new camp, Pangolin Khwai Camp, will open in March 2018 in the Khwai Private Game Reserve in Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Pangolin will be designing the guest experience around the needs of modern-day photographers and safari enthusiasts.

The camp has 7 Meru-style tents and the communal areas of the lodge will have a dedicated editing and post-production area as well as large screens for presentations and workshops. The reserve allows for off-roading at special sightings as well as night drives and mokoro excursions.

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Zambia: KAZA UniVisa Important Notice

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KAZA UniVisa Important Notice - update from Bushtracks

Please note the KAZA UniVisa has been temporarily suspended from the following points of entry:
- Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport (Livingstone Airport)
- Victoria Falls Border Post (The bridge border on the Zambian side)
- Kazungula Border Post (Zambian side from Botswana).
This is due to a shortage of visa stickers available at the borders. The Livingstone Tourism Association have been informed as well as the regional Immigration Department and will also be followed up with Lusaka to see how fast the shortage can be dealt with.

Please note you are still able to purchase KAZA UniVisas from the ZIMBABWEAN sides.

However if arriving in Zambia, until this matter has been resolved, the standard Zambian single and double entry visas will be available at these Ports of Entry:

Single EntryUS$ 30
Double EntryUS$ 45
Multiple Entry - See notes aboveUS$ 55

British and Irish
Single EntryUS$ 55
Double EntryUS$ 70
Single EntryUS$ 75

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South Africa: news from Sun City management | Сан Сити ЮАР

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Sun City Management has decided to close the Animal World facility due to the perception of the general public about keeping animals in cages.

As an environmentally responsible company, we have re-homed all the domestic animals to a local farm, where they will enjoy the freedom of the open veld.

The animals will be closely monitored and be given the attention that they have become accustomed to.

Some of the birds that cannot be set free because of hand-rearing have been moved to upgraded facilities across the resort.

The female Blue Crane has been donated to a well-known breeding project to reintroduce into the South African landscapes.

Sun City is working on various projects to increase activities for children and we apologize for any inconvenience caused by the closure of this facility.

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