Spectacular Safari Workshops in Zambia

Book a 5 Day Safari Experience in Zambia with Road Travel and go beyond the traditional game drive.  Whether you enjoy bird watching, wildlife photography and angling or if you are intrigued by the intimate world of elephant herds, these specialist workshops under the guidance of professionals who are passionate about the African bush, offer the ideal getaways.

Africa has a spellbinding effect on most first time travellers. Many who have grown up on this continent will tell you that Africa will stay in their blood forever, no matter where they might end up in the world – it is home.  In the heart of the African subcontinent lies a destination known as “the real Africa”.  This is Zambia, where you will find remote wilderness areas, breath taking scenery, wildlife in abundance and a kind hearted people.  There, in the midst of the unspoiled African bush, on the northern bank of the Zambezi River, directly opposite Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools World Heritage Site, you will discover Baines’ River Camp.

Photographic Workshops from 18 – 23 July 2011.
Join David Rogers in 4 000 square km’s of unfenced wilderness and learn how to get the most out of your camera gear and your own creativity.  The Zambezi, Africa’s fourth largest river, sets the scene, whilst the well-equipped boardroom is the ideal venue for workshop sessions and image editing.

The Bird Watch from 19 – 24 August, 16 – 21 September or 10 – 15 November 2011.
With Ornithologist David Johnson on their side bird enthusiasts will be amazed at the number of birds they will find in the Lower Zambezi Valley.  As you set off early morning by boat, in game drive vehicles or on foot to explore the different habitats, all you need is a field guide, binoculars, a good hat and your bird list.

Fly Fishing Clinics from 19 – 24 October, 26 – 31 October or 01 – 16 November 2011.
Catching a Tiger Fish on fly is widely considered to be the pinnacle of freshwater fly fishing.  Together with Keith Clover of Tourette Fishing and the enthusiastic guides, you will find and catch Africa’s most powerful freshwater game fish on the Zambezi.  With a ratio of two anglers per boat, you’ll be assured of maximum attention, translating into more hook-ups.

Elephant World from 11 – 16 July, 29 August – 03 September 2011.
Together with Johan Marais, author of “Great Tuskers of Africa” and “In Search of Africa’s Great Tuskers”, from the comfort of a vehicle, boat or canoe, explore the intriguing world of elephants, of its matriarchs, bachelors, mock charges, herd hierarchies, tusks, grace and so much more.

Our packages include 5 nights fully inclusive, including domestic airfares, transfers, tourism levies and park fees.  Please contact us to find out more about these very special workshops.  Discounted non-participating partner rates available as well.  This colonial style safari lodge, named after the famous artist and explorer Thomas Baines, offers a truly tranquil setting and intimate atmosphere, making it the ideal location for an unforgettable holiday.

Author: Africa Road Travel

Africa Road Travel is an established inbound southern African tour operator. Our parent company (Cape AgriTours) was established more than 14 years ago, Africa Road Travel started in 2001 and opened their own independent offices in Cape Town in 2004. Since then the company has grown in leaps and bounds, besides the years of accumulated professional industry knowledge and experience, we enjoy special industry contracts with many service providers, Hotels and Guest Houses. This allows us to provide you with individual attention, free assistance with your vacation plans, a free ground handling service and discount prices.

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