Kaz Dube, African Safari Walks, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Kaz Dube is an Award-winning Walking Safari Guide with 10 years experience and, Founder of African Safari Walks operating in Hwange National Park in destination Zimbabwe. The magic of African Safari Walks is to immerse explorers into the wildlife surroundings whether they’re walking and approaching a clan of a hyena at the crack of dawn or sipping a G&T in camp at dusk. In both canvas-tent 6-bed mini-explorer camps, explorers will find plump pillows and soft sheets, hot showers, and fluffy towels, however, the greatest luxury is the walking safari experience in unique and distinctive environments of both camps.
At Tsamhole camp, explorers will disappear and explore landscapes of high concentration of lion and leopard while at the Kennedy camp, explorers will immerse into and explore landscapes with a high density of elephants. The mini-explorer camps are located 240-km apart inside Hwange National Park which sustains 100 species of mammals and 400 species of birds. Our scheduled departure safaris take 6 people only and are designed for small group families or corporate executives seeking adventure in a two camp circuit over 7 days. Through African Safari Walks, we are able to channel goodwill resources from our guests to our conservation projects in adjacent local communities.
We commit to playing an ambassadorial role on our readiness to resume small group adventure travel for our source markets in North America, Europe, Australia, and the Pacific’s by sharing information on destination Zimbabwe.