Wild Zambia Tour
7th - 19th September 2012
Chipembele Friends, Brooke Mundey and Dr Amber Gillett are leading an exciting new small group tour to Kafue National Park and the South Luangwa Valley in September this year. A chance to get behind the scenes with the Zambian Carnivore Programme and visit us here at Chipembele Wildlife Education Trust. Walking has to be the best way to see the wilderness and this tour has plenty of opportunity to get down on the ground and fully guided, explore on foot.
Limited to only 8 guests, this exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity will take you into the heart of Africa to witness firsthand the work that is being carried out in Zambia’s magnificent National Park’s to save Africa’s big predators – the lion, leopard, cheetah, and wild dog! Along the way, you will have an opportunity to hear talks from local NGO’s dedicated to securing a future for predators in Zambia and accompany researchers into the field to track lions, cheetah, and wild dog for ongoing research in Kafue National Park.
The tour culminates in Livingstone and the Amazing Mosi-O-Tunya National Park and to see and experience Victoria Falls, and to take up optional adrenalin pumping activities.
(Above) Brooke helped out during the 2010 Chipembele 10th Anniversary celebrations.
To read more about the tour and learn how to book visit the AnimalMedia site's: Wild Zambia Tour or download the Itinerary and details
(Below) Brooke on the river beach at Chipembele. The Luangwa River is home to the highest concentration of hippo and crocodile in Southern Africa.
PS: We are very grateful too, that Wild Zambia tour guests are encouraged to set aside a portion of their baggage allowance to 'Carry for Chipembele'