In 2019 our only tour was the Livingstone – Lower Zambezi Tour. But it was all the longer than many other tours with a total of 18 days. As always, the tour had many highlights and lots of surprises for us.
Photos: Manuel Will
A rare find: a well-preserved crocodile skull. Such treasures can only be found if you take a hike along the banks of the Zambezi.
Our camp under a big tree near the Chongwe River. The background noise is second to none and it is not uncommon for animals to roam the tents at night.
A young baboon eating supper along the Zambezi River.
Good Morning! Our camps also always offer some surprises. Here we camp in a soft river bed.
Free Refill: We fill up our drinking water at the numerous wells, also called bore holes. The water tastes slightly metallic, but is completely harmless. These bore holes were built all over Zambia during a huge aid project.
Mysterious death: During an exploration game drive we encountered an elephant carcass whose trunk was missing. Was it a case of poaching? Or did the elephant die of another cause? We couldn’t find out…
Picturesque: The sunset on the Zambezi provides spectacular colors.
We thank all bikers who were with us on the tour. It was once again a unique experience!