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Rising from the ruins

For many years, Zimbabwe’s reputation as a travel destination was tainted by the spectre of political unrest. However, the country is more stable now than it has been for decades, and slowly, tourism is returning. Most of Zimbabwe’s top attractions are found outside the main cities and are therefore considered relatively safe. As ANDRÉ VAN VUUREN discovers, those that decide to visit can expect breath-taking landscapes, exotic wildlife and ancient sites that offer a fascinating insight into the continent’s history. Best of all, Zimbabwe’s world-class game reserves and UNESCO World Heritage Sites remain incredibly uncrowded — giving you the truly thrilling sense of having stepped off the map.

A wildlife viewing feast

In the southern part of the Kruger National Park, near the Malelane gate, lies Biyamiti… one of the most beautiful bushveld camps in the area and a spectacle of fauna and flora. Natasha and Anton Schutte of Sunset Adventure Travel believe it’s the perfect place for nature lovers who long for an unforgettable experience in a place where they can relax and unwind.

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