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#1 africanbushcamps



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Posted 08 June 2016 - 12:14 PM



We are a private African-based safari company. Just like you, we are enthusiasts for unique wildlife encounters, we thirst for adventure and encourage travelers in search of Safari rich with African wildlife. Specifically, we have a love for Zimbabwe and Botswana. Our owner is Beks Ndlovu and is also one of our qualified guides. We offer many services including luxurious safaris, however we are just here on Safaritalk to get to know each other.


In less than 10 years, Beks has grown the African Bush Camps portfolio to incorporate 9 camps between Zimbabwe and Botswana, with plans to further develop the portfolio into Livingstone in Zambia this year and other areas in coming years. In addition, in collaboration with his wife Sophia, the African Bush Camps Foundation was formed in order to ensure that the communities in the areas where African Bush Camps operate are benefitting positively from the Tourism Dollar. Under the African Bush Camps Foundation, Sophia Ndlovu runs a number of community orientated projects which are focused on Sustainable Tourism Development through education, conservation, resource management and community empowerment.


We’re incredibly excited for the opportunity to share our pictures, videos, article, posts and much more with people who share our passion.


Visit our site: http://www.africanbushcamps.com/

Connect with us: https://www.facebook...fricanbushcamps

Tweet at us: https://twitter.com/AfricanBushTwit

Check out of videos: https://www.youtube....30OveSBQ/videos

Get LinkedIn with us: https://www.linkedin...ican-bush-camps

Look at our pictures: https://www.instagra...ricanbushcamps/

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#2 michael-ibk


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Posted 08 June 2016 - 12:20 PM

Welcome, I stayed at your Kanga Camp last year, and loved it.

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Posted 08 June 2016 - 04:05 PM

@africanbushcamps Talking of Beks, here's an archive Safaritalk interview I did with him. Welcome aboard ST, glad you made it. Look forward to your updates and please feel free to use the Operators Forum to promote ABC. In your profile settings you can edit your signature line to include clickable website link, Facebook, Twitter and other social media links, your contacts and logo etc, which will appear automatically every time you post without having to do anything...



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Posted 11 July 2016 - 06:35 AM


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Wild Africa is in my blood. All life is sacred and interconnected. for the animals are fellow nations caught in the splendor and trevail of the earth.

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Posted 11 July 2016 - 08:45 AM

@africanbushcamps I remember meeting you 6 years ago when i was staying for 4 nights in Somalisa Camp.Needless to say, I was very impressed with your knowledge and experience.Welcome again to Safaritalk.

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Posted 11 July 2016 - 08:56 AM

Welcome @africanbushcamps!

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