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Episode four of Dynasties, the BBC's latest wildlife production, is expected to boost safari bookings to Zimbabwe

(TRAVPR.COM) UK - November 27th, 2018

Zimbabwe has already made Lonely Planet's "Best in Travel" list, and over the course of 2019, safari specialist Acacia Africa expects the country to become a firm favourite on the safari circuit. Hosted by Sir David Attenborough, the BBC One Dynasties series is also sure to pull in a few more Zimbabwe followers before the year is out, episode four, which is scheduled to air on 02 December at 8pm, focusing on the Painted Wolf - Africa's most endangered predator.

Arno Delport, Sales & Marketing Manager at Acacia Africa comments, “Sir David Attenborough's latest project is compelling viewing for all ages, the production honing in on one animal family each week. This coming Sunday, the broadcaster and naturalist will follow a pack of painted dogs along the banks of the Zambezi and explore the rivalry between Tait the matriarch and her daughter Blacktip, the intense filming bound to influence more travellers to visit Zimbabwe. It's the reason people come to Africa, there's no filter on nature and the authentic safari experience is what draws people back to the continent time and time again."

Acacia Africa is launching a 5-day Hwange & Victoria Falls Short Safaris & Trek, the itinerary focusing solely on Zimbabwe, with daily departures available from 02 January 2019. Highlights include, game drives and a guided visit to the Painted Dog Project in Hwange National Park, a tour of the Victoria Falls National Park and a Zambezi Sunset Cruise. From £1,230pp (two sharing) + Safari Pass from £60pp including transport, lodge based accommodation, all highlights, most meals and services of a tour leader/driver. Excludes return flight. Starts Victoria Falls - ends Victoria Falls. From eight years.

Arno Delport comments, “Record numbers of travellers visited the Victoria Falls back in May, and many people are now looking to sample the country as a stand-alone safari destination, perceptions of the country improving dramatically in 2018. A strong indicator of that change in perception is the increased interest we've received from families.”

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