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Chilojo Cliffs Closed nowOpens at 9:30 AM tomorrow

One of the most prominent and enduring natural features of Gonarezhou National Park is the beautiful

Location: Chilojo, Chiredzi, Zimbabwe
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Chimanimani Mountains National park Closed nowOpens at 9:0 AM tomorrow

Chimanimani Mountains National park eastern boundary of Chimanimani district (bordering

Location: Chimanimani National Park, ZimbabweWebsite: www.zimparks.orgPhone: 263 026 555
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National Archives of Zimbabwe Closed nowOpens at 8:30 AM tomorrow

10 minute drive from city centre Residents Adults $3.00 Children $1.00 Non residents Adults:

Location: National Archives of Zimbabwe, Borrowdale Road, Harare, ZimbabwePhone: 04 792741
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Rain Forest Tour – Victoria Falls Open now

The Victoria Falls Rainforest, as it has become known, is an area of dense woodland vegetation

Location: Livingstone Way, Zimbabwe
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Bunjee Jumping Open now

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Location: Livingstone Way, Zambia
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Lake Chivero Recreational Park Open now

Fees Residents Adults $3.00 Children $1.00 Lake Chivero Recreational Park P. Bag 962,

Location: Lake Chivero, ZimbabweWebsite: www.zimparks.orgPhone: 263 62 3367
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Gonarezhou National Park is situated in the south eastern lowveld of Zimbabwe and covers an area in

Location: Gonarezhou National Park, ZimbabweWebsite: http://zimparks.org/parks/national-parks/gonarezhou/
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Vumba Botanical Gardens Closed nowOpens at 9:00 AM tomorrow

Vumba Botanical Gardens is located 32 kilometres from Mutare .The scenery in Vumba is that of high

Location: Vumba Botanical Gardens, ZimbabweWebsite: www.zimparks.orgPhone: 0773 545 678/ 0713 699 454
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Chinhoyi Caves Closed nowOpens at 8:00 AM tomorrow

Historically, the first white man believed to have discovered the Caves was Frederick Selous, the

Location: Chinhoyi Caves National Park, A1, ZimbabweWebsite: www.zimparks.co.zw
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Boat Cruise – Victoria Falls Open now

Lush riverine vegetation, prolific birdlife and abundant game, I would highly recommend this

Location: Zambezi River Cruise Terminal, Zimbabwe
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King Mzilikazi Khumalo left Zululand in 1822 and by 1840 had established the Ndebele state in

Location: Bulawayo Province, Zimbabwe
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Stay and Eat

Gordon's Select Bed & Breakfast

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Created with the intentions of providing a welcoming and comforable upmarket environment for

Location: GORDON'S on 125 First Street, First Street, Mutare, Zimbabwe

Cresta Churchill Hotel

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Perfectly situated near many of Bulawayo’s historical and cultural landmarks is the Cresta Churchill

Location: Moffat Ave, Bulawayo, ZimbabweWebsite: https://www.crestahotels.com/hotels/cresta-churchill/Phone: +263 292 244243-7

Holiday Inn Bulawayo

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Choose the peaceful Holiday Inn Bulawayo hotel, your ideal conference venue close to Bulawayo city

Location: Minerton Dr, Bulawayo, ZimbabweWebsite: https://www.ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/us/en/bulawayo/buqwo/hoteldetailPhone: 263 9 252464

Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel

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Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel is in the city of Bulawayo, the city of kings. The whole of this city is open

Location: Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel, 10th Rd, Bulawayo, ZimbabweWebsite: www.rainbowbulawayo.comPhone: +263 4 772 588

Batonka Guest Lodge

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Set in lush gardens, a tranquil haven away from the bustle of town but within easy walking distance

Location: Reynard Rd, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Lokuthula Lodge

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Meaning “place of peace”, the two and three-bedroom lodges are nestled amidst beautiful gardens,

Location: Lokuthula Lodges, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Stanley and Livingstone

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It’s beauty that captures your attention; personality that captures your heart – Oscar Wilde The

Location: Kazungula Rd, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Elephant Hills Resort Hotel

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Elephant hills hotel and resort is situated on a small hill overlooking the Zambezi River, 4km

Location: Rd To Elephant Hills Hotel, Zimbabwe

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