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McBrides Camp - Kafue River View - Kafue National Park
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A view from the main camp dining area on the Kafue River at the confluence of the Mushingashi River. Hippos frequent the river frontage. During the rainy season the water levels will push right up and close to the dining area

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送信日: 29/04/2011
更新日: 14/05/2011
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Tags: kafue river; kafue national park; zambia; river view; mcbrides; camp
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