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Zambia has reopened the international airports and tourist visitors are now welcome again
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As we come towards the end of this extraordinary year which has been such a difficult and stressful time for so many people all over the world, we approach Christmas and the New Year with renewed optimism that at last a better time is ahead for all of us.
Something different as a Christmas Gift suggestion – an Adopt-an-Acre certificate:
We have been grateful to so many of our customers who supported our Adopt-an-Acre campaign to keep the conservancies running while global tourism closed down and this has been a huge help in providing much-needed funds to pay both for leasing the land and the wages for the conservancy staff.
For anyone who would like to offer something different as a Christmas gift, a donation to Adopt-an-Acre, with a Certificate showing the name of the recipient on whose behalf the donation has been made, might be appreciated by someone keen on nature and wildlife! Read on for how to do this…
Visitors are back at our camps and the wildlife is fantastic!
Our safari camps have been open and welcoming back our guests for several months now. All our guests have been enjoying the experience of getting close to nature at our camps, watching the flourishing wildlife in the conservancies and escaping for a while from the restrictions that apply back home.
The wildlife viewing seems to be better than ever! Now is the time to plan a safari in 2021 and we have some great value special offers available for anyone booking their 2021 trip before the end of this month.
Above: lions by regular Porini Camps guest Kathi Hammer