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The Zambezi National Park has for years lived in the shadow of the Victoria Falls National Park, its justifiably famous neighbour, despite the two areas sharing some 56 000 hectares (110 000 acres) of unfenced,...

The Victoria Falls National Park is a tiny national park but with its counterpart, the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park across the Zambezi River in Zambia, helps protect one of the largest and best-known waterfalls in the...

The Zambezi River is one of Africa’s great rivers, flowing through five countries and drawing water from a catchment area bigger than that of the Mississippi River in America, an area twice the size of...

Located in the mountains of Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands the Nyanga National Park is a place of high peaks, clear cold streams, waterfalls, rainforest and rolling high-altitude grasslands. It lies about 82 km north of the...

The Motobo Hills are a jumbled landscape of massive granite-topped kopjes (hills), piles of huge boulders balanced upon one another, secluded valleys, and numerous rivers and streams....

The building of the Kariba Dam and the creation of Lake Kariba. Dominating more than 280 km of Zimbabwe’s northern border with Zambia, this vast lake plays an important role in the country’s economy, is...

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