Matetsi Private Game Reserve

Address: Zanzibar River, Victoria Falls, 4001, Zimbabwe | 5 star lodge
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This 5 star lodge, located on Zanzibar River, Victoria Falls, is near The Victoria Falls National Park and Zambezi River Bridge.
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    Travel Blogs from Victoria Falls

    Gorge camp

    A travel blog entry by kileyintransit on Sep 07, 2015

    11 photos

    ... power cuts are now increasing here. I asked around a bit more in depth about this, and apparently Zambia is selling the electricity they are producing to Mozambique which is paying more, and leaving the people of Zambia stuck without. We are now cutting 8 hours per day of power, and in October there will be no power in Zambia at all for the month, maybe longer. In Lusaka which is the Capitol, the power is cut 12 hours per day and so many people are being laid off because ...

    Dr Livingstone I Presume.....

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Aug 31, 2015

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... flowing over the falls. The view of the falls from the Zambian side, never as good as from the Zim side, is of little more than a dry rocky river bed. Two sections of the falls still have a good water flow, but these sections are only visible from Zimbabwe. The other contributor to the disappointment is "visibility". The unique feature of the falls is that they are the result of the Zambezi River cascading over the edge of a cliff, around 2 kilometres ...


    A travel blog entry by kileyintransit on Aug 20, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... consider normal, in the suburbs they carry big baskets on their heads and wear skirts to the floor called chitingays. They wear these over their clothing when they do house work to prevent their clothing from becoming dirty. However there is dirt every where so I'm not sure how much good it does. The women carry heavy things on their heads to get from point a to b which is amazing how much they can carry. The people are as nice as can be and we don't feel in danger ever. We walk ...

    Take a Hike, and Don't Get Arrested

    A travel blog entry by samituret on Jul 31, 2015

    11 photos

    ... We said goodbye to him and took the same taxi as before home. As we drove along, we saw the big full blue moon (which apparently means it's the second night of a full moon in a row, and has nothing to do with color.) We described what life was like back in Florida to our driver, and it was funny trying to describe raccoons and bears to someone who had never seen either before. When we got back to the room, Jordan and I finally watched the most recent episode of John Oliver and then ...

    Chobe & much more....

    A travel blog entry by stephjmcdonald on Jul 30, 2015

    So here is another update. Sorry it has taken so long... So two weekends ago (nearly three) I went to Chobe for the weekend. Chobe is in Botswana, so I got another stamp on the passport. There was a group of 11 volunteers who went. We left early Saturday morning & after some fiddling around with getting stamped out of Zambia & then stamped into Botswana we were on our way. We spent the morning crusing the Chobe river. We came across hippos, crocs, ...