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The Zambezi Expedition
 
Thirty years ago the Zambezi River in all its guises — waterfalls, crashing rapids, lakes, a meandering delta and a life giving waterway — inspired the birth of Africa Exclusive. We’ve been on a pretty amazing journey ever since.

To celebrate our milestone birthday, in May and June 2020 we will explore the entire 1,600 mile length of the Zambezi as it makes its way through six African countries — and we’re inviting you to join us! The journey from its trickling source at Mwinilunga to the immense delta on the Mozambique coast will be in six, week-long (or so) sections, each expertly guided, professionally equipped and hosted by a senior member of our team.
There is space for eight adventurous guests to join us on each section. Some will involve hikes, rafting and canoeing. Like the river itself, some sections will be more leisurely. Where safari lodges exist we will stay there, if not we will camp. However, this is Africa Exclusive, and wherever you are there will be the best support, delicious food, a comfortable bed and civilised facilities. You will meet the people of the Zambezi and enjoy fascinating talks by local experts on wildlife, geology, culture and history.

As well as an opportunity to venture into Africa’s wild places, the focus of the expedition is giving back and our partner charities Send a Cow, TUSK and the Northampton Saints Foundation will join us along the way.

If you are interested in being a part of our great adventure, please do give us a call at your earliest convenience.

We look forward to hearing from you and hopefully seeing you on the river.
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Canoeing in Liuwa Plain National Park's seasonal floodplains from King Lewanika
Sioma Falls in western Zambia
Couple looking at Victoria Falls from viewpoint
Guests and guide from Bumi Hills on shore of Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe
Boat safari near large bull elephant, Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia
African fish eagle flying in to catch fish in Zambezi River
Traditional sailing dhow by mangroves in Mozambique river
Zebras near jeep on game drive in Masai Mara with TrustPilot five star rating
Close up shot of African safari guide Rob Janisch
Expert safari guide Tyrone McKeith
Guide and travel marketer Honour Schram de Jong
Expert safari guide Phil Jeffery
Expert safari guide Fraser Gear
African woman gardening in agricultural garden supported by Send a Cow charity
Mother and baby elephant in Zambia
Africa Exclusive's Zambezi Expedition - people canoeing on Zambezi River with elephant in background
African fish eagle flying in to catch fish in Zambezi River
 
While this may seem a somewhat negative view of the beginning of the Zambezi’s journey through Mozambique, I assure you that we are excited about our voyage across the vast Lake Cahora Bassa. In time we may open this section up for you to join us, but of course we must make sure it will be worth your while. If you are a keen angler…watch this space.
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