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Interesting Development for Zimbabwe

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Speaks volumes for what the cost of doing business in Zambia. I wonder if this is going to be a trend?

This also answers the question if it is safe to visit Vic Falls.

From Jenman Safaris
SAFARIS IN 2010 WILL START IN VICTORIA FALLS
From the 1st of January 2010 most of our tours will be running out of Victoria
Falls, Zimbabwe, instead of Livingstone!
This change allows us to avoid long border crossings with the Kazangula
Ferry which has been taking up to 3 hours on our past tours. Staying in Victoria
Falls will give you another cultural experience and you'll be able to walk to
restaurants and craft markets all from your accommodation!
For most nationalities, visa fees are much cheaper for Zimbabwe, making travel
here even more affordable!
These itinerary changes include all the versions of the following tours: Botswana
Wildlife Breakaway, Botswana Classic safari, Great Trans African Lodge safari,
Northern Experience, Northern Skies, Southern Experience and the Southern Skies.
If you have any questions about travelling in 2010 please email us on info@jenmansafaris.com

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