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Toka Leya Camp

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The beautiful Toka Leya Camp in Zimbabwe is made up of twelve spacious en-suite safari-style tents (including three family tents) with endless vistas of the mighty Zambezi River, along with a few islands. Located in the stunning Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, just twelve kilometres away from the iconic Victoria Falls, the Camp provides a comfortable base […]

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African Music Festivals

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As if there are not enough reasons to visit Africa, like the game reserves, the beaches, the wild and wonderful adventure activities, then the wild and wonderful Music Festivals! So why not plan a music-filled budget safari through Africa that incorporates one of these festivals. Afrikaburn  Perhaps more well-known is this outdoor event – Afrikaburn, […]

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What Electrical Plugs are used in Southern and East Africa?

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When you’re travelling through Africa, technology should be the least of your worries. However, you do need things like your cellphones and cameras to keep in touch and to capture special moments during your unforgettable trip. To be prepared for charging your devices, you should be aware of what types of plugs the different electric […]

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Things to do in Bulawyao

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The National Art Gallery Situated in a gorgeous one hundred year old classical Edwardian building, the National Art Gallery holds both temporary and permanent displays of modern Zimbabwean sculpture and paintings. There is also a gallery store stocked with local literature, arts and crafts, a charming café, and studios wherein you can observe the artists […]

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Zimbabwe Rediscovered

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Was it ever missing you might ask? No, it has always been there; governments around the world just had travel warnings out against their citizens travelling there for a while.  But we in South Africa all have our opinions on the political situation there, but I am here to talk about travel and not politics. […]

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What is the difference between Victoria Falls and Livingstone?

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We are frequently asked the question “What is the difference between Victoria Falls and Livingstone?”as it is quite confusing for many travellers who then book flights out of Livingstone (Zambia side) even though the tour they are doing will end at Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe side); or the other way around for that matter. Which side to […]

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Falling in Love with the Falls

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The Victoria Falls waterfall is known as Mosi-oa-Tunya (aka ‘the smoke that thunders’) located in the Zambezi River at the start of the Batoka Gorge. It is believed the falls were found by the explorer David Livingstone who first saw the waterfall, from Livingstone island and gave them the name ‘Victoria Falls’, named after Queen […]

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The San Bushmen

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The San Bushmen were traditionally hunter-gatherers obtaining there food from wild plants and animals. These days, however, this tradition has mostly been replaced with farming or pastoralist activity, due to government-enforced modernisation programmes. The San Bushmen are the oldest inhabitants of Southern Africa and have lived here for approximately 20 000 years. They have contributed […]

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