Gwai River

Gwai River is one of the largest rivers in Zimbabwe. It originates from Matopos district spanning through Tsholotsho Gwai, Lupane, Hwange National park Kamativi and into the Zambezi River. Along this river lies various farms which draws from the river. Various game can be viewed along the river especially along the Hwange National Park. Activities along the river include fishing, bird watching and bush walks. At the confluence of Gwai and Shangani Rivers is the construction of the Gwai Shangani Dam. When completed the dam will provide constant water supply to Bulawayo, it will also provide water activities for those visiting the Hwange National Park.

When travel resumes, we encourage all Zimbabweans to visit the Gwai Basin and other places of interest.

Let’s all be responsible travellers

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