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 Covid Re-Bookings and Beyond

Herewith our latest Zim travel update:

What is the situation in Zim right now?

Covid infections are back to low, slow-burn levels in Zim and South Africa, similar to the situation prevailing before the January 2nd wave. Air access is being promoted as preferred and manageable route for inbound tourism (negative PCR test <48hrs prior to travel). Zim land borders remain closed to all but comercial travelto prevent influx of diaspora who brought in the second wave. Our team have received doses of Sinovac very efficiently in Harare and vaccine is currently freely available to all over 18s here.¬† All looking good and confident that risk will be manageable for travel this Safari season as we speak but we are wary of a 3rd wave. We expect land borders to remain closed untill Gov’t asess the risk of a 3rd wave has passed.


2021 Camp Bookings?

The roll-over of 2020 bookings means many premium sites are bookedout. We do have many of our own 2020 roll-over bookings in place nowand are keeping a close eye on availability for our clients’ requirements. We are working very closely with Zimparks to try get every one of our clients the sites they want, or as good as possible alternatives.2

2022 Camp Bookings?

These should open Oct’21, there may be additional roll-overs from this season so now is the time to start planning is you want the premium sites so we can go in as soon as they open and secure your sites..

What are we doing to pass the time?

Kitting out our latest fleet addition, a Landcruiser 78 Troopy suitable for the longer- duration trips to plavces like Gonarezhou. This one has an on board shower!


Much love and hang in there.

Ant and the Team

Ant Bown

Ant loves Zim, Ant loves Zimbos. Ant moved away from Zim. Ant moved back to Zim, Ant never wants to leave Zim again. Ant wants you to come and visit him in Zim so he can show you why you too will love Zim.