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Birding In Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is known to have over 700 bird species that have been recorded and all these stay in the different habitats across the country. It should however be noted that Zimbabwe’s Birding is not all that recognized and has roughly eight to ten tour guides who know about birds. The best time to visit the Zimbabwe…

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Zimbabwe Hotels

Zimbabwe safaris are an add-on to your South African safari trips. You’ll surely find whatever kind of Zimbabwe hotels and accommodation that fits your style, taste and most of all budget. There are several Zimbabwe hotels and accommodation websites that you’ll help you zero down on what range of accommodation you want for…

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Harare Zimbabwe

It is rather more convenient to start off your Zimbabwe tours in the capital Harare because this is where so many of the country’s attractions are found. Established so many years ago, Harare is a blend of an ancient colonial capital and a modern African city on the rise by the years. Modern towering buildings…

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Zimbabwe Weather

There are many tourist attractions in Zimbabwe , which include wildlife safari parks, Victoria Falls, botanical gardens and also beautiful suburbs. Looking for a great and also updated Zimbabwe travel guidebook, proficient travel and tour agents can assist you in choosing how to spend a Zimbabwe safari holiday , where to go, where to stay…

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Shopping in Zimbabwe

With so many attraction in Zimbabwe, you'll surely need a souvenir from each trip. One of the major shopping destinations in Harare is the 'Mbare Musika' market. It is located at a distance of 3 kilometers from the city center, next to the main bus station. There are shops selling variety of fruits and vegetables.…

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Bulawayo Zimbabwe

Bulawayo locally translated as place of smoky fires is one interesting city to visit while on Zimbabwe tours. Ranked as second largest city in the country, Bulawayo has a royal history being a kraal of the legendary Ndebele kings and this can be seen through the wide streets that once allowed space for oxen path. So…

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Zimbabwe Travel Guide

Zimbabwe unlike other southern African countries is a land of diversity, contrasts and unrivalled natural beauty. Blessed with the waters of the Zambezi river, this controversial African state politically is one you’ll enjoy for Africa safaris and adventure. Besides the majestic Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe has lots of adventures to enjoy first hand such as water rafting…

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Matusadona National Park

Matusadona National Park is situated on the southern shore of Lake Kariba Zimbabwe and is bounded on the east by the dramatic Sanyati Gorge and to the west by the Umi River. Two thirds of this 1500 km² national park is accessible only on foot. Matusadona is a melodic word for Mutuzviadonha it actually…

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Mana Pools National Park

MANA POOLS NATIONAL PARK Established in 1963 Mana Pools National Park is located on Zimbabwe's northern border, on the banks of the Zambezi River. The Park is rich in wildlife and its 2,190 sq kms are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mana means ‘four’, in reference to the four large permanent pools of Main,…

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Chimanimani National Park

Chimanimani National Park is situated along the eastern boundary of Chimanimani district (bordering Mozambique) in an area of rugged mountain grandeur, enhanced by many spectacular gorges and high peaks rising to 2436m. There are several streams cascading through the mountain formations as well as numerous mountain springs. Wildlife Wildlife species found in this area include eland,…

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Hwange National Park Zimbabwe

HWANGE NATIONAL PARK Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe’s biggest game reserve and covers 14,651 sq km south west Zimbabwe between Bulawayo and Victoria Falls. The Park’s saltpans, Kalahari Desert sand , acacia woodlands and grassy plains support an abundance of game, but this has not always been so the Zambezi river has been a source…

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Chizarira National Park

Chizarira National Park is situated on top of the great Zambezi Escarpment in the north western part of Zimbabwe - overlooking the mighty Zambezi Valley and the upper waters of Lake Kariba. This large remote area of 192 000 hectares of wild, untouched flora and fauna is endowed with magnificent gorges, plateaus and flood plains, which…

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Lake Kariba Safari

Lake Kariba is found off the middle section of the Zambezi River covering a distance of 226km on the northern border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is actually the largest man made lake in Africa followed by Aswan Dam in Egypt .  It is a very important dam that supports hydro-electric power projects…

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Gonarezhou National Park

Gonarezhou National Park is situated in the south eastern lowveld of Zimbabwe and covers an area in excess of 5 000 square kilometres. "Gonarezhou" meaning "Place of many Elephants" is an extremely scenic Park full of rugged and beautiful landscapes. Alternative folklore suggests the are was named for the herbalists who would stock their medicines in…

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Kazuma Pan National Park

Situated in the north-west corner of Zimbabwe between Kazungula and Hwange National Park, and south-west of Victoria Falls, the Kazuma Pan National Park is 31 300 hectares in extent. The Park which is an extension of the Matetsi Safari Area was developed to be a refuge for the animals during the hunting season. The Baboon Trees…

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Matobo National Park

Matobo National Park occupies a total area of 44 500 hectares. Established in 1953, the Park was awarded Unesco World Heritage Status in June 2003. Matobo meaning 'bald heads' was the name chosen for the area by the great Ndebele King, Mzilikazi. He is buried in the Matobo Hills just a short distance from the park. The…

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Nyanga National Park

Nyanga National Park is situated in one of the most scenic areas of Zimbabwe's Eastern Highlands. Rolling green hills and perennial rivers transverse the 47 000 hectare Park. Altitudes between 1 800 and 2 593 meters provide cool weather and fresh mountain air, perfect for rest and relaxation. With its stunning mountainous views, numerous waterfalls, varied…

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Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe

There is no waterfall that compares to Victoria Falls and for this reason, several people travel from all over the world to share part in this wonder. Mosi-oa-Tunya - The Smoke that Thunders is he indigenous name for the water fall because the Zambezi River flows off a towering 100m cliff hitting the gorge…

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Zambezi National Park

The Rainforest on the banks of the Zambezi River and near the Victoria Falls is part of the Zambezi National Park. The forest is rich in unique flora and fauna . One can wander amongst the Fig, Mahogany and Date Palm groves while gazing at the falls from magnificent viewpoints. Many species of birds and…

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Zimbabwe Safaris

Early towns, safari parks as well as a lively history of culture and local traditions make Zimbabwe a very good Safari destination. Zimbabwe safari and holidays offers tourists a variety of places to visit, adrenalin adventures and several options for overnights. There are many tourist attractions in Zimbabwe, which include wildlife safari parks, Victoria Falls, botanical…

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