Travel Blogs from Zimbabwe

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Wonders of the world, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

Wonders of the world

A travel blog entry by premiertravel

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... , so we came back to the lodge and missed the bridge, where the crazies bungy jump. It spans the river between Zambia and Zimbabwe.  Rhodesia was the country prior to the split.  Zambia in the 60’s and Zimbabwe in the 80’s.  We ...

Kali's first kill, Gweru, Zimbabwe travel blog

Kali's first kill

A travel blog entry by twirlys_travels

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 6.30 walk was with the MK's (Meeka and Kali who are both 19 months old. Kali is Milo and Kenge's daughter .. born before they were released into Ngamou) Off we all went and after a while Kali disappeared and was no where to be seen. 2 handlers ...

Big Stone Houses, Masvingo, Zimbabwe travel blog

Big Stone Houses

A travel blog entry by ed.herweynen

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... which was thought to be a mediator passing messages to the devine beings. The countries new name comes from a former kingdom of Zimbabwe. Today we visit the Great Zimbabwe Ruins which is the remains of where the king and his 500+ wifes and subjects ...

Up the eastern Highlands, Mutare, Zimbabwe travel blog

Up the eastern Highlands

A travel blog entry by leoinafrica

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... really feel safe even thou poverty is rising. I hope they get Mugabe away because the actual situation is very unstable. Zimbabwe is a so called multi currency country. The Zimbabwean dollar is nothing worth anymore. They used to have one hundred ...

Last stop!, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

Last stop!

A travel blog entry by wegotogether

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... which has the best view of the falls. The falls are a part of the Zambezi river and separates the countries of Zimbabwe and Zambia (formerly northern and southern Rhodesia for you history buffs). The town of Victoria Falls is basically a tourist main ...

In which I get on the water, Zambezi River, Zimbabwe travel blog

In which I get on the water

A travel blog entry by ricki958

... a tree.  Many thanks to Alley again for the binoculars!  We stopped on an island, so not in Zambia and not in Zimbabwe, but pretty safe from lions on the bank, though not from elephants, who can swim.  Pitched our tents on sand in the ...

Mana Pools Entry Gate, Mana Pools, Zimbabwe travel blog

Mana Pools Entry Gate

A travel blog entry by ritch

[Guest editor Brendan] Not the best day on record. We woke at pigs tail (pigs tail=twirly=too early, geddit?), and got down to the site for the walking safari. This was pretty good, and we got more than comfortably close to some buffalo and hippo, as ...

Victoria Falls, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe travel blog

Victoria Falls

A travel blog entry by alibongo

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... a good decision. The locals were incredibly welcoming and happy to see us. The Falls are 70km from the Zimbabwe border post, along a straight road bursting with wildlife including Giraffe, Elephants, Gemsbok, etc!  The Falls are located ...

Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe travel blog

Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

A travel blog entry by sciencefun

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Wow, it almost feels like we slept in with breakfast not being until 7:00, however our bodies are used to being up earlier so we were awake at 5:40, tried to sleep longer but we were up and had the tent down by 6:30.  Kioko was making bacon while we ...

Sleeping in the woods, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe travel blog

Sleeping in the woods

A travel blog entry by jesshiggins

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We only heard one distant lion on our camping adventure, but we saw something even more unsettling.  Before climbing into my sleeping bag for the night, I went out to brush my teeth and swept my flashlight beam through the bush.  I saw tiny ...

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