Amanzi Lodge

Address: 1 Masasa Lane, Harare, Zimbabwe | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 1 Masasa Lane, Harare, is near Dolphin Trail.
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      Needs in Zimbabwe

      A travel blog entry by aaronkdean on Sep 27, 2014

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      We stopped by the post office in Harare, and I noticed some subscriptions requests to the Good News magazine, along with numerous sympathy cards for Mike Mukarati on the death of Primrose. He was moved by the encouragement from so many worldwide. He passes on his thanks to all.

      Michelle and I had dinner with Mike, Mabasa Chichaya and his wife Chisomo and baby Crystal. We had a good discussion of the needs in the country, and establishing account ...

      Harare - Day 7

      A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 26, 2014

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      ... most exciting news - we were going to meet their baby elephant, Moyo, which in Shona means heart. He was so adorable! He came out with his handler and his good friend Josephine, a big scruffy dog. We made a semi- circle near him and he walked around in front of us. Meanwhile, Pickles the warthog stretched in front of some of us for a belly scratch and Josephine wrestled with Sophie, a little Jack Russell terrier. It was quite the mixed family. After ...

      Harare - Day 1

      A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 20, 2014

      18 photos

      ... hall is not closed in with walls. It is open air with roofs built overhead to give protection from the sun. Rain is rarely an issue as assemblies are scheduled around the wet season. While this tour was much shorter than the that at the branch, it was still wonderful to not only see the assembly hall, but to hear the brother tell us the story of how the facility became a reality. The economy was so terrible at the time of the project that when the brother ...


      A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jun 23, 2014

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      ... in Nelspruit, treating ourselves to a meal at 'spur' (T bone steak for me, chicken for Alice) and then Alice took over the driving to the Zim border. She did excellently, as we drove over spectacular mountain passes North out of Nelspruit. The road seemed to climb and wind for ever, and the views didn't disappoint, with mist covered lower ground, with smaller hills poking their heads through the blanket. It had that crisp feeling of a warm early Autumn day at home. ...

      All roads lead to Chinhoyi

      A travel blog entry by srwinterburn on Jan 29, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... their $980 per person per night 'Royal Lodge' with its own private swimming pool, fire pit and BBQ area. We also had a large sitting room leading out onto a large balcony, again overlooking the river. We each had our own bedroom and bathroom and our own private gardens, mine with a jacuzzi in and Kathryn's with a sunken outside bath! We were definitely blessed! We went out in the afternoon for a game drive, which was just the 2 of us as we ...