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falls
VICTORIA FALLS

Waterfall - Zimbabwe
Famous for having the highest sand dunes in the world, Sossusvlei’s beauty is ever-changing as the winds constantly reshape and reform the sandy environment. This is one of Africa’s largest parks and incorporates the dunes, river courses and mountains of the Namib desert, said to be the world's oldest. In the northern gravel plains of the park, to the south of Swakopmund, the strange and ancient welwitschia mirabilis plants are found.
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gonarez
GONAREZHOU

National Park - Zimbabwe
Situated on the northern face of the Huab River valley and looking south towards the imposing Brandberg Mountains. A fantastic self-drive destination, the region is famous for its unique landscapes, incredible sunsets and remarkable desert elephants that have adapted to life in the harsh desert conditions.
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HWANGE
Zambezi Region
National Park - Zimbabwe
The Caprivi is a particularly unique strip of Namibia. It is located at the convergence of four rivers – the Kwando, Linyanti, Chobe and Zambezi. The result is a lush, verdant paradise unlike anywhere else in Namibia. The floodplains draw a wealth of wildlife, and river cruises, bush walks and tiger fishing are amongst the most popular activities available.
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MANA POOLS
Zambezi Region
National Park - Zimbabwe
Mana Pools National Park is one of the most magical wilderness areas in Southern Africa. Mana translates to ‘four’ in Shona, which refers to the four permanent inland pools formed by the meanderings of the Zambezi River thousands of years ago. The park’s minimal development is what makes it such an appealing safari destination a truly authentic " wild ".
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