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  • May 24. Victoria Falls, ZimbabweThis morning we left at 8:00 even though it is a short drive to Victoria Falls since we can be held up at the Zimbabwe border for 2 hours in order to get our visas, and in fact it was Posted by barb3389 in Barb and Paul's Adventures Abroad | May 27, 2018
  • Masvingo, Zimbabwe[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871419/large_DSCN Posted by UliS in Southern Africa 2013 | May 6, 2018
  • Safari’s End We had breakfast in the hotel and got our gear together. Ruby, our next hostess, came and picked us up around 10. Her place is in a suburb (township) of Victoria Falls. Mkhosana. After getting settled in, we went for Posted by katdill in Adventures in Africa | Feb 8, 2018
  • On to Victoria Falls We had a later breakfast and packed up our tents for the last time. Nkosi showed me some “flying ants”, which had collected into big piles because of the rain. The birds had gathered and were enjoying the ants Posted by katdill in Adventures in Africa | Feb 8, 2018
  • Walking with lions. Zimbabwe[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/923792/large_IMG_ Posted by MikeSebastian in Imagine the World | Jan 28, 2018
  • Victoria FallsAfter a 24-hour journey involving three flights via Amsterdam (where we marked time by watching time being marked in this performance art installation) and Nairobi, we have arrived at the town of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. [video provider=youtube vide Posted by Robin Logie in Becci would have loved it here | Nov 4, 2017
  • DichotomyThere really is a tourist bubble that exists here in Africa, with a different set of rules for us compared to the locals. Even something as simple as crossing the border is eyeopening, as we saw entering into Botswana Posted by vagabondvoyager in From A to Z: Alberta to Zimbabwe | Dec 29, 2012
  • WarlordZimbabwe has a terrible reputation - infamous for being dangerous, for hyperinflation, for its corruption, and for its warlords, there is a definite ethical conundrum with visiting this country. From the steep $75 visa fee, to the $30 entrance Posted by vagabondvoyager in From A to Z: Alberta to Zimbabwe | Dec 27, 2012
  • Critters...and LOTS of waterWe started the day off watching a herd of African buffalo at the waterhole. Different critters come and go during the day. We think there is a barn of animals and that they periodically release different animals during Posted by bertaka in Observations From Afar...Very Afar! | Aug 31, 2017
  • Zimbabwe.....We travelled another 804 miles today north to Zimbabwe. All this traveling wouldn't be so bad except for....PASSPORT CONTROL. We have spent hours in line for passport control before and after we enter countries, and add an entrance Posted by bertaka in Observations From Afar...Very Afar! | Aug 29, 2017
  • Zimbabalooba!For our last few days in Zimbabwe we chilled by the swimming pool, visited lots of friends, shopped for crafts and tried to figure out Uncle Colin's job! It was wonderful and I could've very easily stayed out:) For me Posted by weixiaoliu in Adventures by weixiaoliu | Jul 27, 2005
  • ZimbabweEventually got to visit Uncle Colin (my Father's younger brother), Auntie Chanda and co in Zimbabwe. It was fantastic! After the challenge of how to spend a whole day in Jo'burg we got on the night 'Greyhound' coach to Harare. The Posted by weixiaoliu in Adventures by weixiaoliu | Jul 19, 2005
  • Southern Circle: Day 2018 July 2017 A free day in Victoria Falls. I’m feeling exhausted and should be having a sleep in but there’s a good reason I was up at 5.00am. Jude and I and three Aussies were picked up just after 6.00am. Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Jul 19, 2017
  • Southern Circle: Day 1917 July 2017 Aaaaah …. I need a sleep in! Another 6.15am breakfast and on the road at 7.00am. Clever and JP cooked bacon and eggs for breakfast. The exit through the Botswana border was very quick – we filled in Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Jul 18, 2017
  • Zimbabwe and the FallsDay 20 we packed up early and set on the 170km trip to Kasane and the Zimbabwean border. The first 60kms of the road was an experience and took us just over 2 hours to conquer. After this things improved Posted by Pelican travels in Africa on a Song and a Beer | Mar 23, 2013
  • African AdventureOnce again I found myself recently single right before a trip abroad – I’m not sure whether this is my new “good luck” pre-travel charm, or just a reflection of lousy life choices. In any case, it was adieu and Posted by madrugada in Destination (Un)known. | Apr 22, 2017
  • Sakubva (2.rész)Eddig is mondogattam, hogy milyen jól sikerült beolvadnom az afrikaiak közé, de azt hiszem most lettem csak igazán profi. Mostanra az összes útikönyv által tiltott tevékenységet kipróbáltam, és még mindig élek, sőt élvezem is ezeket a “veszélyes” kalandok Posted by makrancziagi in Ági Afrikában | Nov 3, 2016
  • Från Afrika till AsienVi flög från Victoria Falls till Johannesburg och därifrån med Emirates till Peking via Dubai. Igen en ganska lååång resa. I Vic Falls. Vi flög business class för första och säkert sista gången denna resa tack vare några gamla poäng Posted by Stefan Hök in Hok Family Trip | Nov 2, 2016
  • Safarin - den riktiga Efter två dag paddlandes på Zambesifloden åkte vi till den sista lodgen nämligen Imbabala som låg några kilometer från "fyr-riks-röset", gränsen mellan Botswana, Zambia, Namibia och Zimbabwe. Ett väldigt härlig ställe där safari var i fokus och mellan tur Posted by Stefan Hök in Hok Family Trip | Nov 2, 2016
  • Kanotpaddling på ZambesiflodenEfter våra härliga dagar i Vic Falls blev vi upplockade av kanot-gänget och köra till tältlägret som låg cirka en timme österut längs floden i en av nationalparkerna. [img=https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/R2aKMtc-482qEnXhj5AlHbAKc_natG0gul_XpTugAXDMWSH Posted by Stefan Hök in Hok Family Trip | Nov 2, 2016
  • Första dagarna i Victoria FallsKontrasten mellan livet i Bulawayo och Victoria Falls kunde inte vara större. I Bulawayo duschar man kallt i ett solvärmt hus. I Vic Falls duschar man varmt i ett luftkonditionerat rum. Vägarna är hela, middagarna består av tre rätter, bilarna Posted by Stefan Hök in Hok Family Trip | Nov 2, 2016
  • Zimbabwe - fattigt, vackert med härliga människor utom enMan är bortskämd med att kunna resa lätt mellan vilka städer som helst i princip, men att flyga mellan Kairo och Bulawayo (näst största staden i Zimbabwe) var varken snabbt eller billigt. Vår resa gick därför från Kairo till Johannesburg Posted by Stefan Hök in Hok Family Trip | Oct 26, 2016
  • Sakubva (1.rész)Annak ellenére, hogy Zimbabwét első pillantásra különösen otthonosnak találtam, bőven akadnak azért gondok itt is. * Zimbabwe az eddigi országok közül messze a legdrágább, és az egyetlen olyan ország a környéken, ami nem rendelkezik saját valutával, í Posted by makrancziagi in Ági Afrikában | Oct 26, 2016
  • Zambia and Victoria FallsThursday, 6 October Today we left Malawi and crossed the border into Zambia. This border crossing was smooth and easy: we got our exit and entry stamps without any problems and quickly drove on to our campsite for the next Posted by Glichez in World Tour: 2016 | Oct 11, 2016
  • Victoria Falls[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/75192 Posted by AliDaz2015 in Africa 2016 | Aug 14, 2016
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