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

      Shopping and Ziping

      A travel blog entry by jim-carol on Jan 21, 2015

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      ... police about a block away so, we started heading their way and the guy finally disappeared. Not really scary but, slightly unnerving. Our afternoon was scheduled for the zip line. They picked us up at around 2:30 for the 5 minute drive. Our first site was "the gorge". This was about 1/2 mile downriver from Victoria Falls. What we signed up for was a gorge Swing not a zip line. A gorge Swing is a cross between zip line and bungee jump -- ...

      The Smoke That Thunders

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Jan 13, 2015

      28 photos

      ... the elephants eat them a byproduct of their digestion allows the seeds to sprout and grow new palms. So the fact that this island was covered in palm trees meant that it was a favorite hangout for the elephants in the dry season when they congregate at the river to drink. As we cruised around for the rest of the afternoon we were treated to an absolutely amazing sunset before heading back and returning to the hotel for the night.

      The next morning after a ...

      Canoeing on the Zambezi

      A travel blog entry by jamesfamily on Jan 05, 2015

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      ... we could turn the canoe when needed. Before long we were out in the main river heading towards the falls. now i thought we were going to be able to just get in the flow of the water and gently float down with a little paddle here and there. But no, there was a bit of a head wind and also it was too easy to get stuck in little eddies and just end up being turned around. It was gentle but I certainly had to work harder than I thought I would to get going in the right ...

      Day 65- White waster rafting on the Zambezi

      A travel blog entry by sn_travels_2014 on Dec 01, 2014

      8 comments

      ... polish guys who spoke no English. We did a few practice runs and one of the Polish guys lost his gopro when he got pulled back into the boat. Our guide E gave us instructions which I had difficulty listening to as I was busy trying to not be sick and we set off. In total there were 19 rapids which ranged from grade 2+ to 5+. Trevor hurt his shoulder on the way down so wasn't paddling and sat at the front of the boat. On the first rapid Trevor fell off! Some of ...

      Day 99: Returning to humanity

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... anything sweet and tasty was left anywhere I would have to immediately go an eat it. Most people didn't think I could've turned into a termite so quickly but they don't realise quite how empathetic I am. We were also to have a full banquet tonight which sounded extremely appealing. The last few days we have had to make do with mouldy cheese, sandwich ham that had started to reform into the pig it once was, and even ...