Small World Backpackers Lodge

Address: 25 Ridge Rd, Harare, Zimbabwe | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on 25 Ridge Rd, Harare, is near Natural History Museum, Matobo Hills, Khami Ruins, and Dolphin Trail.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSmall World Backpackers Lodge Harare

      Reviewed by samandalice

      Basic

      Reviewed Jun 23, 2014
      by (5 reviews) , South Africa Flag of South Africa

      Nice location, basic accommodation. The room opens straight in to the main eating/lounging area so is a bit noisier than hoped. Reasonable price for Harare, and feels safe/secure.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Small World Backpackers Lodge Harare

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Harare

      Harare

      A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jun 23, 2014

      3 photos

      Hello from Harare! As mentioned before, due to unrest in the middle part of Mozambique, we have had to re think our route here to Harare, basically taking the long way round Kruger national park, and up through the South of Zim. We set off early enough from Tofo, and made steadily slow progress through Mozambique. The low speed limit of 100kmh and …

      Harare - Day 6

      A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 25, 2014

      22 photos

      ... from every direction, it can be a little unnerving. A note on cotton-eared marmosets - they are not native to Africa, but rather are from South America. Bally Vaughan ended up with them because some Zimbabweans had them as pets and when those people had to leave the country, they were forced to leave the marmosets behind. We enjoyed meeting them tremendously. They were very curious, wonderful little creatures. Then it was time to go. We could have stayed for hours more- it was a superb ...

      Zimbabwe International Convention - 3 Days

      A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 22, 2014

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... three days where they will be joined by tens of thousands of Zimbabwe Witnesses and any other persons who may be interested. In fact, Jehovah's Witnesses around the world are involved in a campaign each year to invite the public to their convention and this one was no different. Because so many delegates have come from countries far away, it has piqued the curiosity of the Zimbabwe public. Thus, we were expecting many attendees.

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      From New York to Zimbabwe

      A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 19, 2014

      5 photos

      ... is mostly yellow, but trees are usually green. We checked into our room which is on the fourth floor and faces the park at the tree line. Couldn't be better for a pair of birders. We went down to dinner at the hotel restaurant which served delicious food at a reasonable price. Derek had steak and I had nyangi trout, which we both enjoyed. Then we made it up to our room like sloths and fell into our bed like people with narcolepsy. Twenty hours on a plane will do that to ...

      Walking with Rhinos in $4 Shoes

      A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Apr 27, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... in $4 tennis shoes. For our second proper day in Zimbabwe, we take an open air jeep to a national park so that we can track rhino on foot. Our guide is named Andy, a white Zimbabwean with a clipped accent, who is probably one of the most terrifying people I've ever met. Formerly a hunter by trade, Andy is a solid man, looking a bit like a cross between the Bush Tucker Man and an evil Santa. He tells us that when we're walking we need to shut up, because ...