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It’s an independent travel blog which gives advice, information, tips and inspiration about travel in Zimbabwe, Africa. It reminds us of the great things about Zimbabwe: resilient and open-hearted people, world-class wildernesses and wildlife, and one of the best climates on earth.
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Our latest Zimbabwe travel articles are listed below
This guest post is written by Ruth, who lives in Harare, Zimbabwe. In September 2021, Ruth and her sister took a road trip from Harare for a weekend getaway in Victoria Falls. In... READ MORE
The Matobo area of Zimbabwe is unique: it is one of the few places in Africa where not one but two species of rhino still live in the wild. But can you guess... READ MORE
Adventures in Zambezia is an animated film from 2012, set in the spectacular borderlands of Zambia and Zimbabwe known as the Zambezi Valley. Why watch it? Best bits: The best aspect of the... READ MORE
Did you know that you can raise funds for a Zimbabwean charity - at no extra cost to yourself - just by changing a setting in your Amazon App? Here's how. READ MORE
Image credit: Cook Off Movie Cook Off is the first movie from Zimbabwe to stream on Netflix, which is a fantastic achievement in itself. The two leads actors, Tendaiishe Chitima and Tendai Nguni... READ MORE
When we’re stuck at home in lockdown, sometimes it can feel like the walls are closing in on us. We want to escape, do something new, see anything other than the four walls... READ MORE
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a GLOBAL pandemic. It is not a country-specific problem any more; it is a worldwide health concern with cases in 189 countries across the globe. READ MORE