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False 24 Travel Zambia May 2008 VALLEY SERVICE In the south of Zambia, where the great Zambezi River slips out of the country and winds east toward the Indian Ocean, there lies a gem of a National Park. Once the domain of poachers, the last 20 years have seen a dramatic transformation in its fortunes, turning it into one of Africa’s crown jewels. Stephen Cunliffe, a former safari guide in the park, explains just what makes the Lower Zambezi so special. CHONGWE RIVER CAMP

False Lower Zambezi May 2008 Travel Zambia 25 Paddling back to Chongwe River Camp after a day on the river