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  1. Last Chance Safaris has put some different itineraries together for 2016. Our emphasis is as much on conservation as it is on getting that unique picture in a phenomenal setting. All our trips do more than just search out the big game. Our participants also get to meet and interact with the conservationists who are actively involved in saving many of Africa's most endangered animals. Our Painted Wolves Expedition explores Zimbabwe's best wild dog destinations, including Hwange, and culminates in the magical Chitake Springs of Mana Pools. Remote and unique the chance of footing it with wild dog (and other predators) is high. The Great Apes Expedition is more than just gorillas & chimps. We take a tour of beautiful Uganda off the tourists' beaten track. Starting with Kidepo Valley National Park (voted by CNN as in the top 3 of Africa's national parks!) and ending with a bang high up in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for two gorilla treks. Chimps, forest elephant, shoebill and a variety of primates are all to be seen - not to mention some of Africa's best birding. Want to walk with Rhino? Our Rhino Expedition takes participants on a walking safari that focuses on these critically endangered animals. Hwange, Matusadona, Matopos or Pamushana - all fantastic wildlife locations in their own right, but also the strongholds for Zimbabwe's rhino population. Big cats and elephants your thing? Try out the Africa's Giants Expedition. From the Chobe to the Okavango, we visit the best Botswana destinations to get a fill of lion, leopard, cheetah, and of course elephants. A mix of national park and private concession ensures that the best areas are covered. You can contact us directly through Safaritalk, by emailing, or via our contact form.
  2. In the absence of the RPS trips and with the NCS lodge not yet up and running, here is a 6 person set departure itinerary we've put together at Chalo Africa for Nov 2014. Dates are fixed and itinerary is not customizable (at least not the LPNP portion though we'd be happy to tack on anything else before or after this safari). Guide info coming shortly but please feel free to contact me with any questions if interested in this safari. Places will be booked on first come basis.
  3. Ngoko Safaris is delighted to announce our first small group scheduled departure with Benson Siyawareva, a guide that many on this forum are already very familiar with. Over the years we have been asked time and time again by potential guests whether there is a scheduled departure they can join, in order to allow them to travel with Benson at a more affordable price than booking him exclusively. Each time the answer has been an apologetic no. We have considered running a scheduled small group trip many times but always found reasons not to. Well for the very first time we are taking the plunge and offering our guests the opportunity to travel with Benson as a specialist guide, within a small group of maximum six guests. For this trial trip we have chosen to travel during the photogenic Green Season in Botswana, staying at the Kwando camps which are some of Benson’s personal favorites. The summer rains are a time of plenty in Africa; mammals are fat and healthy and for many species, it is a time to bring their young into the world. The bush is an emerald green, dotted with an abundance of flowers and migrant bird species arrive in their thousands. For the experienced African traveller and specialist photographer, this is the time to visit southern Africa. In brief the itinerary is: 11 March 2015: Start Maun, Botswana. Scheduled light air transfer Maun – Tau Pan 3 nights Tau Pan Camp, Central Kalahari 14 March: Scheduled light air transfer Tau Pan – Little Kwara 3 nights Little Kwara Camp, Kwara Concession, Okavango Delta 17 March: Scheduled light air transfer Little Kwara – Lebala Camp 2 nights Lebala Camp, Kwando Concession 19 March: Game drive transfer Lebala – Lagoon Camp 2 nights Lagoon Camp, Kwando Concession 21 March: Scheduled light air transfer Lagoon – Kasane, Botswana to connect with your International Flight (or we could arrange to extend your trip, perhaps with a few nights in Victoria Falls or Cape Town or even continuing the safari experience) Price: US$7,250.00 per person sharing. No single supplement (maximum 2 singles per group). Price Includes: Accommodation with all meals and beverages, including premier brands (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), all game viewing activities and laundry; Services of Benson Siyawareva as specialist guide throughout; All transfers starting in Maun (Botswana) and ending in Kasane (Botswana). We could arrange for you to finish in Maun instead of Kasane or fly direct to another safari camp in Botswana. From Kasane it is simple to arrange a road or air transfer to Victoria Falls. There are daily flights between Johannesburg/Maun and Kasane/Johannesburg. Private open game-viewing vehicle at each safari camp with a “window” seat for each guest; Maximum 6 guests. Price Excludes: International flights (to Maun and returning from Kasane); Visas; Compulsory travel insurance; All relevant entry and departure Government taxes; Gratuities; All personal purchases; All other travel arrangements pre or post the safari and any new Government taxes or levies; Fuel or industry increases which are beyond our control. We are extremely excited to be offering this special itinerary and already have a confirmed booking, so there are only two rooms still available. If you think you may be interested please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information and a detailed itinerary. We look forward to hearing from you! Contact details: Fiona Thompson Director - Ngoko Safaris Tel: +44 (0)1442 827500 Mob: +44 (0)7709 339341 Email: Web: Skype: ngoko.fiona

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