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Kariba Tour

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The most successful World Bank project ever! This hydroelectric dam separates the Zambezi River and now hosts the resort town whose name is derived and manipulated from the Shona word ‘Kariva’, which means ‘little trap’. The resort town is now the beginning of tourist activities surrounding the Lake, with islands along the shores, just waiting to be explored.

Tiritose will customise the tour according to your preferences, and available travel time, so hit us up, and let’s get exploring!

Day 1: Depart Harare

stop-over at Chinhoyi Caves

tour of the bridge

Day 2: Boat cruise on Zambezi River: overnight at Matusadonha

            fishing for bream, tiger and bass fish

            boat game viewing

Day 3: Boat ride back to shore

            township tour and souvenir shopping

            drive back to Harare

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast

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