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Zambezi Cruise & Safaris Lodges - Kariba Safari Lodge & Crowned Eagle Boutique Hotel
A portfolio of lodges at Kariba Town (and just outside Harare) owned and run by Zambezi Cruise & Safaris

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Zambezi Drift - Kingfisher Lodges & Houseboats
Self-catering lodges, houseboat hire and day-boat hire for fishing and sundowner trips out of Andora Harbour, Kariba.

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ZimParks - Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Authority
Self-catering lodges/chalets, tented camp, campsites & picnic sites within the Zambezi Valley's major National Parks and Protected Areas.

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Chinhoyi
Town en route to Kariba/Chirundu/Mana Pools and site of the interesting limestone Chinhoyi Caves. Accommodation available.

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James Varden Safaris - Ride Zimbabwe
Pro-guided horse-riding, canoeing and walking adventure safaris.

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Kariba Ferries (Kariba Ferry)
Passenger and vehicle ferry that traverses the length of Lake Kariba between Kariba Town (east) and Mlibizi (west).

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Karoi
Town between Chinhoyi and Makuti en route to Kariba/ Chirundu/ Mana Pools

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Maabwe Bay
Camping and chalets on the southern shore of Lake Kariba between Mlibizi and Binga

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Makuti Travel Lodge
Old-fashioned, motel-like hotel at turn-off to Kariba on main Harare-Chirundu road.

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National Anglers' Union of Zimbabwe
Kariba fishing club at Charara, with basic chalets, camping & boat launch facilities

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Safaris 4 Africa - DMC
Experienced Destination Management Company providing safaris and holidays carefully tailormade to the individual needs of clients

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Wilderness Destinations: Camps, Wilderness Air & Wilderness Touring
Wilderness Safaris in Zambezi area - Ruckomechi Camp, Little Ruckomechi and Chikwenya camp; Wilderness Air transfers and Wilderness Touring, Vic Falls

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