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Despite a notorious political history which has been widely reported around the world, Zimbabwe is more than the sum of its tragic history. At this moment, Zimbabwe is in need of a boost from tourism as it recovers – and its gorgeous natural scenery is more than worthy of it. of Mana Pools National Park, the ruins of Great Zimbabwe and the mountains looking over Mozambique in East. From eating out in Harare or bungee jumping over Victoria Falls, there is plenty on offer for tourists that will change your perception of this lovely country.
The Northern part of Zimbabwe includes the scenic and wildlife-rich area just below the Lower Zambezi River. Highlights of the region include the Eastern section of Lake Kariba and the magical Mana Pools National park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Chinoyi Caves and Matusadona National Park are also must-sees for nature lovers and visitors of all ages and interests. Other areas of natural interest include the Hwange National Park which is particularly popular for viewing on of the largest herds of elephants in the world.
Kariba is a particular highlight for fishing, and hiring a boat is an essential mode of transport here. For visitors looking for a package-style break, you can find several hotel-resort style destinations. All in all, despite its difficult history, Zimbabwe is a treat for travellers young and old, and of all tastes. Enjoy this fabulous country!