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Hi All,

 

The Zambian Bat Migration is one of the most jaw-dropping spectacles of nature and an absolute must to experience! While the sheer volume of bats is special, it is the atmosphere surrounding this phenomenon that really gets things worked up – dramatic skies as the early summer rains come closer, large raptors like crowned and martial eagles swooping through the bats and taking them on the wing and of course, usual Kasanka specials like the rare sitatunga grazing out in the misty dambos in the morning. It really is a mecca for a true safari enthusiast.

Package Rate based on 3 pax (for the charter plane): USD 2, 950.00pps

Package Rate based on 2 pax (for the Charter Plane): USD 3, 800.00pps

Includes:

·         Return charters from Lusaka to Kasanka,

·         Fully Inclusive stay at Wasa Lodge for 3 nights,

·         laundry,

·         All meals and drinks,

·         Park fees,

·         Transfers

·         Activities including guided bat tours and use of our private hides.

 

Excludes:

·         Gratuities,

·         Items or services of a personal nature,

·         Travel Insurance

Set Departure Dates:

15-18 November 2017 

27-30 November 2017

3-6 December 2017

 

Photo Credits: Wildman Safaris

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This is something which I would love to do this combined with Bangweulu,Kasanka and of course Liuwa Plains. It would be one of the most awesome experiences imaginable in Africa.

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Hmmm... this would be interesting. I remember reading a good trip report about this a couple years ago...

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@optig its a great experience, we're designing a package to include the Blue Wildebeest migration and we'll share on this platform. Hope you will join in one of these trips.

@Tusker It would be great for you to experience it,   

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