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THE CHALLENGE - WHAT TO DO FIRST

...making a decision about what to do first, what to do in the middle and then how to end up - because time overruns always get in the way

THE SOLUTION

...you face a bewildering variety of options and no doubt your friends and family have their ideas about what should happen on a first trip to Africa. In response Tony has sketched a few options or modules - the elements of which are flexible. He would like you to spend time reviewing each itinerary along with the highlights in the slide show at the top of the page and then talk to him. Or Barbara, or both.
Botswana
One can best imagine where you are by thinking of northernmost Namibia with its famed Etosha Pan lying astride the 19th south parallel or line of latitude. Looking eastwards you cross the top of Botswana and the equally well known Okavango Delta with the Zambesi and Chobe rivers just to your north and then the Victoria Falls. The confluence of the Chobe and Zambezi rivers along the borders of Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and  Zimbabwe make an ideal base for visitors and also serves as a springboard for a visit into Zimbabwe to see the Victoria Falls. Our base is usually a five cabin luxury house boat or one of the many luxurious riverside lodges on the Chobe. From here the slow drift along the Chobe river provides world beating game viewing and photographic opportunities. Leaving the mother ship on smaller craft allows an even closer approach to the wildlife that rule this region and for the photographer - a mesmerising opportunity. Tiger fishing at the confluence of the Zambezi and Chobe is a must for the fisherman and fly fishing reaches a new high as the large and vicious tigers crash into your light gear. Crossing the border to visit the Victoria Falls – an hour and a half by road - takes you to one of the seven natural wonders of the world and adds the experience of fine dining and the historical ambience of the “Grande Dame” of hotels – the Victoria Falls Hotel.
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THE CHALLENGE - WHAT TO DO FIRST

...making a decision about what to do first, what to do in the middle and then how to end up - because time overruns always get in the way

THE SOLUTION

...you face a bewildering variety of options and no doubt your friends and family have their ideas about what should happen on a first trip to Africa. In response Tony has sketched a few options or modules - the elements of which are flexible. He would like you to spend time reviewing each itinerary along with the highlights in the slide show at the top of the page and then talk to him. Or Barbara, or both.
Botswana Zimbabwe
One can best imagine where you are by thinking of northernmost Namibia with its famed Etosha Pan lying astride the 19th south parallel or line of latitude. Looking eastwards you cross the top of Botswana and the equally well known Okavango Delta with the Zambesi and Chobe rivers just to your north and then the Victoria Falls. The confluence of the Chobe and Zambezi rivers along the borders of Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and  Zimbabwe make an ideal base for visitors and also serves as a springboard for a visit into Zimbabwe to see the Victoria Falls. Our base is usually a five cabin luxury house boat or one of the many luxurious riverside lodges on the Chobe. From here the slow drift along the Chobe river provides world beating game viewing and photographic opportunities. Leaving the mother ship on smaller craft allows an even closer approach to the wildlife that rule this region and for the photographer - a mesmerising opportunity. Tiger fishing at the confluence of the Zambezi and Chobe is a must for the fisherman and fly fishing reaches a new high as the large and vicious tigers crash into your light gear. Crossing the border to visit the Victoria Falls – an hour and a half by road - takes you to one of the seven natural wonders of the world and adds the experience of fine dining and the historical ambience of the “Grande Dame” of hotels – the Victoria Falls Hotel.
Tomkinson  A SAFARI AND HUNTING LEGEND
T
Tomkinson  A SAFARI AND HUNTING LEGEND T
CONTACT TONY