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    Victoria Falls! Go down the Zambezi for a whitewater rafting trip of a lifetime, then follow that up with a bungee jump, zip line, gorge swing or helicopter ride over the falls! There's a great lodge to stay at as well, which is just minutes from the river (don't recall the name right off the top of my head). You won't be disappointed :) over 5 years ago

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    I had a month in Zimbabwe at the end of last year. We stayed at fairly upmarket places, but they were amazing. If you can, try the Rhino Safari Park in Matusodona NP, on Lake Kariba, the car ferry from Kariba to Mlibizi (22hours of magic) along Lake Kariba, Ivory Lodge in Hwange NP, and Camp Malinda in Matobo NP. The Rhino Safari Park is my favorite, and if you had a car you could combine that with the ferry ride then drive to Vic Falls. Be careful driving if you do not have a local driver. There are innumerable Police Road blocks where you probably need to pay a small "fee" to proceed. Road signs are also minimal, and some roads are not the best. Old Zimbabwe is worth a look. Harare has good night life according to my son! over 5 years ago

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    Elephant camp over 5 years ago

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    In response to the above comment about paying a small "fee" to policeman at roadblocks. Do not pay a policeman anything other than a fine (if you a given one) which they have to give a receipt for. Each fine can not be more than USD20. Bribing the police only feeds corruption in a country that is suffering badly. We travelled Zim for 1.5 months and through the time of the elections and never had any problems. If you have your papers in order and you dont speed you will have no hassles. about 5 years ago

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    Hi,

    Zimbabwe has many beautiful tourist attractions one of them is the famous Victoria Falls. The country is blessed with fertile soil, mineral wealth and breathtaking scenery. Two major rivers form the northern and southern borders. Great Zambezi River cut across the north, while the Limpopo River forms the southern border with South Africa. Zimbabwe tour guides like http://www.tourhq.com/zimbabwe-tours-guide can help you in exploring Zimbabwe.

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    Miranda about 5 years ago

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