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Xhibition named agency of record for Zambezi Grande

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Zambezi Grande is a luxurious, family-owned safari lodge, situated on the banks of the Zambezi River.

NEW YORK, NY - Xhibition has been named the agency of record for Zambezi Grande, a family-owned, luxury lodge on the banks of the Zambezi River, Zambia.

In its role as public relations representative for Zambezi Grande, Xhibition will oversee the official launch, as well as create worldwide interest in Zambezi Grande.

Zambezi Grande is a luxurious, family-owned safari lodge, situated on the banks of the Zambezi River. Minutes from the Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambezi Grande is the ideal destination for those seeking a five-star escape complete with plentiful wildlife experiences and endless natural beauty. The little-known Lower Zambezi National Park is 140,000 acres of pristine wilderness, home to wild dog, elephant, leopard, lion, hippo, buffalo, zebra and kudu to name but a few. Zambezi Grande’s guests can explore this wilderness on morning and afternoon game drives, river cruises and walking safaris and try their hand at tiger fish fishing.

The boutique ten-room lodge sleeps just 20 people and reflects the serenity of its surrounds with a seamless open-plan design so guests can enjoy majestic views of the river. Whether relaxing on the pool deck, enjoying a sundowner cruise on the river, or unwinding on the terrace watching the wildlife passing by, the mighty Zambezi is the focal point.

Committed to conservation, the lodge plays a pivotal role in the local community, employing and empowering Zambians and bringing a sustainable source of revenue to local households. Through outreach programs the lodge assists in educating and inspiring the youth of the area and through conservation initiatives to safeguard the wilderness heritage of the Lower Zambezi for generations to come.

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