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Best Travel Blogs on Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is a country that has an incredible amount to offer. If you want to find out more about fellow travellers’ experiences, please check out the following websites.

These websites show a variety of great travel blogs that will hopefully ignite your curiosity to explore Zimbabwe while also helping you plan your trips and activities.

Blogs from Zimbabwe offer a collection of travel blogs that are written by travellers covering their experience in Zimbabwe.

Victoria Falls Blog is well worth a read due to detailed information posted by Chavari. The blog passionately describes the couple’s expedition to Victoria Falls to see the lunar rainbow. You will probably want to plan your trip around a full moon as well, after reading this entry. However, this is not the only blog that gives a great insight into tours and activities offered around Victoria Falls and Zimbabwe in general.

Simply click your way through the pages below according to your interests and you are sure to find at least one well-written travel blog, which will help you get an idea of what to expect.

Vic Falls
[photo by Kshitij Dewan]

Another good collection of travel blogs about Zimbabwe can also be found Zimbabwe Travel Blogs. It offers a variety of blogs; ranging from travellers' simply describing their holiday, to others describing their volunteering experience in Zimbabwe.

A very good blog entry can be found on the “Where is Paddy?” blog. Its written by an overlanding traveller and contains interesting information about animal related activities in Zimbabwe.

The blog describes wonderful moments experienced. These include observing rhinos from as close as 2 metres, walking with lions and playing with lion cubs and even swimming with the elephants.

While reading you will gauge just how much she must have enjoyed all of her experiences.

Walk the Lion
[photo by Nick Perretti]

In the end it really doesn’t matter if you read one or twenty of the above travelling blogs, most likely you will come to the same conclusion as the authors did: Zimbabwe is an amazing place to visit.


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  1. Gravatar Bali villas says:

    Wow, the waterfall picture is amazing… I would love to take such pictures, and the wild life one is also fantastic.

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  2. Gravatar china visa says:

    Hello! I read your post. It is really nice… completely different from others.

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  3. Gravatar Jay Rana says:

    Nicely written!  I would love to see Zimbabwe.

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  4. Gravatar Jayhawk says:

    I have never seen a better post!

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  5. Gravatar Pakistani dress collection says:

    Zimbabwe is really a nice place to visit .. thanks for the blog..

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  6. Gravatar Dolphin Transfers says:

    Very nice article! It really made me interested here. Thank you for bringing more informative posts. Keep it up my friend :)

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  7. Gravatar Taylor says:

    i agreed with you.. There is no doubt in that Zimbabwe is the beautiful country.

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    1. Gravatar Asanda says:

      Hi Taylor

      We’re really glad you enjoyed this blog post. What’s your favourite thing about Zim? Do share your story with us, we’d love to hear it. :)

      Have a super day.

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  8. Gravatar zimbabwe tours says:

    Thanks , I’m also loving Zimbabwe country…Glad that you are enjoy the trip of Zimbabwe and lovely images posted by you ...thanks again….

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  9. Gravatar john says:

    Thank you for sharing this. It’s so helpful to me.  This is one article but gives a lot of informations. Once again, Thank you.
    regards,
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  10. Gravatar john says:

    Thank you for sharing this. It’s so helpful to me.  This is one article but gives a lot of informations. Once again, Thank you.
    regards,
    <a href = “http://www.everestbasecamptours.com/blog/3/everest-base-camp-trek-difficulty.html
    “>John</a>

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