Every day along the Zambezi we were beating our previous canoeing record. Days 4 to 6 were the most exhausting of all, canoeing 30-45km a day, but the scenery was the most beautiful we had seen on this trip. Reaching day 4, the Zambezi river was at its widest and by day 5 we had reached the […]Read more "Canoe Safari on the Mighty Zambezi (Day 4, 5 & 6)"
The second day on the Zambezi started out with yet another elephant charging at us. This time we were all on land and approaching a group of elephants. Most of the elephants walked away when they saw us coming closer. Only one stayed behind directly facing us. As we got closer, some movement must have […]Read more "Canoe Safari on the Mighty Zambezi (Day 2 & 3)"
From Livingstone and the Victoria Falls we set out to reach Africa’s fourth-longest river near Chirundu where we set camp at Zambezi Breezers. The ride of a couple of hours was through a lush, green landscape which looked mainly like farmland. However, for the whole time is was pooring down rain in buckets and buckets […]Read more "Canoe Safari on the Mighty Zambezi (Day 1)"