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Spurwing Zimbabwe Kariba Game Drive 37

Lake Kariba game cruise: photo post

Our second expedition from Spurwing Island – a game cruise – offered fantastic photo opportunities because of the unique viewpoint from the water. It also allowed us to spend time with Lake Kariba’s water-dwelling creatures at close quarters. And of course, the chance to see the beloved elephants from a water-level perspective. … Whilst keeping an eye out […]

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Matusadona National Park Kariba Zimbabwe Drive

Game viewing in Matusadona National Park, Kariba: photo post

Matusadona National Park sits on the shores of Lake Kariba in the north of Zimbabwe. It is home to the Big Five as well as hundreds of bird and animal species; most of which existed here even before the dam was built. It is an unfenced park: the animals move around freely, attracted to the Zambezi […]

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Spurwing Zimbabwe Kariba Game Drive

Spurwing Island in Kariba: a relaxed bush escape in Zimbabwe for all the family

This article was featured on Lonely Planet Pathfinders: top family travel posts. I wrote this article because there are many readers in the UK (and elsewhere) who would love to visit the Zimbabwean bush, but perhaps have very young families and aren’t sure of the logistics of balancing the wilderness with a wild-child. I recently stayed […]

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Five reasons to go on a luxury Zimbabwe tour: top destinations you can’t miss

There are many more than just five reasons to go on a luxury Zimbabwe tour, but these are the top destinations that you just cannot afford to miss while visiting the country! This sponsored post was written by Enchanting Travels for GreatZimbabweGuide.com. Zimbabwe is one of southern Africa’s most magnificent countries, stretched out between the […]

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Twala Trust Harare Zimbabwe Africa

Twala Trust Animal Sanctuary: A place of laughter and love

Note: I was not paid for writing this article. I visited Twala Trust independently and anonymously. If you’d like to support a local conservation organisation whilst meeting some lovable (and cheeky) rescued animals, then Twala Trust Animal Sanctuary in Harare is a wonderful, family-friendly place to visit. A motley crew of animals now call Twala their home, […]

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Matobo National Park Zimbabwe Rock formations

Zimbabwe self-drive travel journal: Part 3: Matobo National Park and Harare

This guest post is written by Stuart Webb-Martin who lives in the UK. He went on a self-drive holiday to Zimbabwe with his family in August 2016. Here, he shares his thoughts on activities, road conditions and accommodation. In this third instalment of his travel journal, he recounts his time in the majestic Matobo National […]

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Shumba Pan Hwange National Park

Zimbabwe self-drive travel journal: Part 1: Hwange National Park

View from the lookout point at Shumba Pan, Hwange National Park This guest post is written by Stuart Webb-Martin, who lives in the UK. He went on a self-drive holiday to Zimbabwe with his family in August 2016. He shares his thoughts on self-drive logistics, road conditions and accommodation. In this first instalment of his travel journal, he […]

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Rhino Zimbabwe

What noise does a rhino make?

Do you know what noise a rhino makes? We’ve been teaching our toddler son about wild animal noises. Lions roar and elephants trumpet, but what does a rhino say? Watch this short video on Facebook to find out – ignore the sound of my camera! We had the wonderful experience of seeing these wild rhinos in […]

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BootsNall Zimbabwe

BootsnAll: How to find an authentic safari

I wrote an article for BootsnAll Travel discussing different levels of wildlife experiences, and how to do a safari the right way. You can read the full article on BootsnAll here and an excerpt is below. I grew up in Zimbabwe, which is home to the ‘Big Five’ and one of the largest elephant populations […]

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Somalisa Camp African Bush Camps

The most authentic safari camps in Zimbabwe: My top picks

It’s no secret that I think the most authentic safari camp is one where you can watch animals undisturbed in their natural habitat with hardly any other humans around. Real game viewing is about seeing wild animals living as nature intended. When you go on a real safari, your game-viewing experience doesn’t start when you […]

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Harare city centre

A long-awaited Zimbabwe adventure: Part 3

This is the third part of a guest post by Deborah Casalin who visited Zimbabwe for the first time in January. In case you missed it, you can start from the first post here. A long-awaited Zimbabwe adventure: Part 3 – Harare Our lovely hostess was still going to be at work when we landed in Harare, so she’d […]

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Hippo Zimbabwe

A long-awaited Zimbabwe adventure: Part 2

This is the second part of a guest post by Deborah Casalin who visited Zimbabwe for the first time in January. If you missed it, read the first post here. A long-awaited Zimbabwe adventure: Part 2 – Victoria Falls/Mosi-oa-Tunya Two nights turned out to be a comfortable length of time for our fairly relaxed combination […]

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