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Journey to Zimbabwe

USA | Mon, 13 Mar 2017 | By bryantabbott | Views [318]

In less than three months, I embark on an epic two-week journey that will take me to the land of Zimbabwe.  I have paid my deposits, am in the process of paying for my trip, booking my flight, and purchasing travel insurance.  Things are in ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, africa, blog, health, journey, lions, motivation, solotravel, volunteering, zimbabwe


ZIMBABWE | Wed, 23 Mar 2016 | By tiltingwindmills | Views [249]

The walking safari through Matobo NP was an amazing experience. The guides from Black Rhino Tours were fantastic and their knowledge and eco-conscious approach on safari allowed us to view these beautiful animals in their natural habitat.  They ... Read more >

Tags: victoria falls, zimbabwe

Here in Zimbabwe: Howard's End

ZIMBABWE | Tue, 28 Jul 2015 | By shantysan | Views [425] | Video

HERE IN ZIMBABWE : Howard’s End By Sandy Powlik   I CAME to Zimbabwe to volunteer at Howard. My first day in Zim, we bought gas in Harare out of the back of someone’s truck as well as several litres of blood from ... Read more >

Tags: arv, blood bank, canadian, corruption, currency, hiv, hospital, inflation, mugabe, zimbabwe

Victoria Falls

ZAMBIA | Sun, 24 Feb 2013 | By away2travel | Views [401]

Dr. Livingstone, I presume? Posted on   February 22, 2013 by   James Monday – Chobe National Park On Monday we continued to travel east toward the  Zambian  border. We left Elephant Sands at 8 ... Read more >

Tags: africa, travel, victoria falls, waterfall, zambia, zimbabwe

Victoria Falls - What The...?

ZIMBABWE | Mon, 19 Nov 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [670]

This traveller is centimeters away from going over the top of a huge waterfall, laughing in the face of a 108 meter (354 ft) drop. This is Victoria Falls on the Zambia - Zimbabwe border where 3000 cubic meters of water per second drop into an abyss. ... Read more >

Tags: africa, travel-safety, zambia, zimbabwe

Early Morning at Camp - SURPRISE!!!

ZIMBABWE | Thu, 26 Jul 2012 | By tamarula | Views [308]

One morning, bleary eyed walk up to the front of camp for a cup of coffee. As everyone huddles around the campfire, chatting about the days plans. A pack of Painted dogs run up and start drinking at the Waterhole in front of Camp. A solitary doe ... Read more >

Tags: mana pools, painted dog, zimbabwe

Local Laws in Zimbabwe

ZIMBABWE | Wed, 16 Nov 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [629]

Zimbabwe like a lot of African countries follows a certain set of rules. Love or hate them, these must be followed or you will find yourself in a tough situation. If you want a good holiday/adventure these are the harsh realities of how Zimbabweans ... Read more >

Tags: africa, law, travel-legal, travel-safety-tips, zimbabwe

Getting from A to B in Zimbabwe

ZIMBABWE | Wed, 16 Nov 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [510]

Zimbabwe in African terms is a paradise. It’s a country of abundant wildlife and amazing environments, although getting around the country to see all these amazing areas can be quite difficult and frustrating. But this is Zimbabwe, it’s not an easy ... Read more >

Tags: africa, transport, travel-safety-tips, travel-transport, zimbabwe

Political Crisis in Zimbabwe

ZIMBABWE | Wed, 16 Nov 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [444]

Zimbabwe was once an African powerhouse. A nation at the forefront of regional politics. But in recent decades, its become a country in political turmoil, split by Robert Mugabe and not the ideal spot for easy-going tourists. But it does remain ... Read more >

Tags: africa, politics, travel-safety-tip, zimbabwe

Disease in Zimbabwe

ZIMBABWE | Wed, 16 Nov 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [679]

Zimbabwe like most African nations has a host of dangerous diseases. Most are easy to avoid if you follow some basic rules, and the country isn’t a lot more dangerous than most of its neighbours. So any rules you hear below are pretty general for ... Read more >

Tags: africa, health, travel-health, zimbabwe

Zimbabwe - Crime Hotspot

ZIMBABWE | Wed, 16 Nov 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [525]

Southern Africa compared to other parts of the continent is relatively safe and peaceful, but Zimbabwe has hard a dark past over the last few decades, and the turmoil isn’t over. This has created a hotbed of crime, which for travellers, can be dangerous ... Read more >

Tags: africa, crime, travel-crime, travel-safety-tips, zimbabwe

True Travel Tales - Walking with Rhinos in Zimbabwe

ZIMBABWE | Fri, 1 Apr 2011 | By true-claims-stories | Views [2495]

What happened? Tell us your tale. Towards the end of our 6-week adventure through East Africa we decided to do a walking Rhino safari in the beautiful Matobo Hills National Park, Zimbabwe.   The scenery is absolutely beautiful and we had already ... Read more >

Tags: africa, nature, rhinos, risk, safari, travel, true travel tales, walking, wildlife, zimbabwe


ZIMBABWE | Wed, 11 Nov 2009 | By redcherry | Views [622]

The first stop of the tour in Zimbabwe was the Kuimba Shiri Bird Park, formally known as the Admirals Cabin. This has to be my favorite camp site on the tour to date. The dorm rooms were not that great as they were infested with spiders, and when ... Read more >

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Cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe

ZIMBABWE | Mon, 29 Dec 2008 | By safetyhub | Views [1805]

An outbreak of Cholera continues to wreak havoc in Zimbabwe, according to WHO reports .  December 1st saw over 11,000 cases and 484 deaths from Cholera, since August 2008.  Zimbabwe has been the site for previous Cholera outbreaks in 1999 and ... Read more >

Tags: adventure doc, cholera, dr. erik mclaughlin, health, travel-alert, travel-health, who, zimbabwe


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