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Zimbabwe is it safe to travel there .. Nov 2017

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In light of current media reports concerning the situation in Zimbabwe, we would like to reassure you that it is business as usual in Victoria Falls and Zimbabwe. There has been no report of violence or civil unrest. All flights are arriving & departing timeously and guests are enjoying their stay in Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls and Bulawayo are running as per usual, and all other border posts are open. Zimbabweans have been reassured
that there is no threat to the people of the country, and no threat to tourists visiting the country. Access to and from Victoria
Falls continues without a hitch, and there is a prevailing sense of calm in the area. The Zimbabwe Army is peacefully managing
the City of Harare’, quoted by Tourism Update, 16.11.2017.
Should there be any reason to avoid Zimbabawe and Victoria Falls, Livingstone in Zambia is the alternative access point for the Falls. Tours can depart or terminate in Kasane, Botswana, where necessary. We will continue to closely monitor the situation, and update you if there are any further developments.

Thank you again for everything.  You’ve left us with an indelible impression.

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We can’t thank you enough for creating such a personalized and unforgettable experience for us.  From your selection of diverse game camps, culturally-rich accommodations, and guides that melded with us perfectly, you did a remarkable job of understanding our individual and collective interests and style.

We had exceptional guides in each game camp.  We had fun with Charlene who became a friend by the end of 4 days.  Active Africa’s biking operation was very well-organized, making even a novice cyclist like me feel very comfortable.  Dom was a fountain of information about the ecosystem of Cape Town.  We are so pleased the rescheduled hike was possible.  Djuma gave us a glimpse into an aspect of Cape Town life he was uniquely capable of offering.  He made us comfortable in places we could never have ventured alone.

Pot Luck was delicious fun.  Lynn and I were seated just across from the sous-chef shouting orders to the cooks.  We heard some didn’t like that table, but we thought it was perfect.  The sous-chef came out to talk with us when she recognized we were enjoying the show.

Leeu Estates was perhaps the most comfortable of accommodations and such a beautiful property.  Lynn took full advantage of the spa in lieu of a half-day of cycling and loved it.  The manager looked after us very well.  Our dinner there was the only disappointment.

Mary inquired at each restaurant about use of soy, given her intolerance.  Two places gave her a problem:  Leeu and Creation, despite assurances.  Leeu more seriously than Creation.  The camps were all very accommodating, no issues at any.

The views from the Silo were superb. Cape Grace was a good place to end our adventure, giving us an opportunity to see the waterfront.  They offered shower rooms so we could clean up before our long flight home.  Nothing could out-do the Ellerman, however.  I’m happy we had two nights there.

I’m so glad we had a chance to meet you at Vergelegen.  Thank you again for everything.  You’ve left us with an indelible impression.


Linda    (  USA )

Luxury Kruger , Zambia , Botswana and Cape Town Africa Vacation  Oct 2017