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Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Now the President for Zambia Safari

The president of Madagascar Marc Ravalomanana was on a private visit in Livingstone Zambia from August 19 to 21. President Ravalomanana visited the Victoria Falls to wind down from the rigors of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) summit he attended in Botswana. The SADC conference discussed its future role in Southern African trade, oh and the politics of course.

Accompanied by his wife Lalao and two children the president decided to find out for himself what is Africa’s best kept secret and all the noise about the “Visit Zambia 2005” campaign.

President Ravalomanana travelled by road through Chobe National Park in Botswana into Zambia. The president’s entourage entered Zambia at Kazungula, a border post on the Zambezi River, at a point where four countries of Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia converge. What other place in the world brings four countries into precisely the same manner? Only in Zambia safari Africa’s best kept secret.

The first family was treated to what the Royal Livingstone hotel does best. Butlers reminiscent of Dr David Livingston’s dressing of that time, 150 years ago. The “Royal” is one of the two-hotel ‘combo’ and one of the latest hotel resort closest to Africa’s great waterfall. The Royal Livingstone was designed for a specific purpose. Luxury and comfort to wind down. And besides it has already done that to film stars and presidents!


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