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Zambia: wildlife sightings at Bilimungwe?

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Has anyone been at Bilimungwe Camp, southern part of South Luangwa NP, and can tell me about wildlife sightings in this area?

This camp emphasizes walking trails. Since I'm more interested in good wildlife photos then 'training my body' (I already will do three days walking in North Luangwa) I am considering to opt for a private vehicle. Question is whether this is worth the additional expense, and that depends on the wildlife in the area.

Before someone is asking, I've decided for this camp because of the location and not the activities.

Mitch

PS: Can't deny that there is some influence from the "Pop goes the budget!" thread. :-D

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