Zimbabwe is a tropical country but has a mild climate because much of it lies on a high plateau. Water runs off a grassy veldt into the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers which are surrounded by thick forest. The veld is crossed by The Great Dyke, a rocky ridge with deposits of gold, nickel, and chrome. The natural parks and wildlife reserves are immense and exploring it gives the feeling of reliving the emotions that the early explorers felt during the olden times.
Here is a rundown of the top ten not to be missed places in Zimbabwe.
Victoria Falls (Mosi –...More