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Kutandala is still my favorite camp

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Just wanted to make this declaration, even though I'll do a full report on Zambia and Cape Town with pictures eventually.

Kutandala is in North Luangwa, Zambia.

I went back after my first visit 5 years ago and was equally impressed this time around. So glad there were no big changes to anything.

There was one evident positive change--the elephants. Five years ago we saw two on foot in a 4-night stay. They were fearful of people due to poaching. When those 2 caught our scent, they ran in terror, trumpeting.

This time we saw elephants on every walk, I think, for a total of about 30 elephants in 5 nights. There were families and lone males and the behavior of all of them was more relaxed. :)

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