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Zambia Migrations Expedition (2022)

https://www.ultimateadventures.tv/4×4-tours

Tour Date: 6-19 November 2022
Tour Cost: R18 500 per person

Tour Details

Each year, Zambia plays host to two of the best-kept secrets in the natural world. These two wildlife spectacles are only ever witnessed by the avid adventurer due to the remoteness of the areas in which they occur. Liuwa also forms part of a remarkable annual wildebeest migration route. Herds cover 200 km from an area to the northwest of the park in June to concentrate in the southern region of the park by November. Up to ten million “straw-coloured fruit bats” converge upon Kasanka National Park as the fruits of a local tree ripen. These bats roost in a specific woodland and literally cover the trunks of the trees like thick icing. Then at sunset, they all take off and fly out to forage. This experience should be on every off-road adventurer’s bucket list!

Tour Highlights

  • Wildebeest migration at Liuwa Plain National Park
  • Bat migration at Kasanka National Park
  • Tiger fishing on the Zambezi River
  • Sioma Falls

For more information on this adventure, please contact:

Simon Steadman084 447 4666

simon@ultimateadventures.tv

https://www.ultimateadventures.tv/4×4-tours

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