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Brenda’s Best Baobab

Stay at Brenda Ka­man­disa’s place if you’re us­ing the Ka­tima MuliloSesheke bor­der post and dark­ness has caught up with you. It’s on the Zam­bezi River, sur­rounded by baob­abs.

Camp­ing K50 (R68) per per­son. Twin-sleeper chalet K200 (R274) per night. Chalet for four peo­ple K300 (R411) per night. Meals also avail­able. GPS: S17.48235 E24.29260 Con­tact: 00 260 96 378 6882;

bren­das­baobab@gmail.com

Shack­le­tons Tiger Fish­ing Lodge

The Zam­bezi River is known for its tiger fish and Shack­le­tons is all about fish­ing. It’s about 60 km down­stream from Sesheke, and 140 km up­stream from Liv­ing­stone. You can fly to Liv­ing­stone and they’ll come pick you up.

Be­sides tiger fish, you can also catch nem­bwe, three-spot tilapia and green bream. Shack­le­tons sup­plies stan­dard fish­ing gear, but bring your own fly-fish­ing gear if that’s what you’re into.

There are six dou­ble chalets ac­com­mo­dat­ing 12 peo­ple in to­tal. It costs R2 650 per per­son shar­ing, which in­cludes all meals plus a boat and skip­per and up to 20 litres of fuel per day. Half-price for chil­dren un­der 12. Pack­age rate for four nights: R11 560 per per­son shar­ing, in­clud­ing ev­ery­thing men­tioned above plus trans­fers to and from Liv­ing­stone air­port. Call your friends and make ar­range­ments… GPS: S17.49658 E24.77525 Con­tact: 083 251 7257 (James);

shack­le­tons.co.za

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