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Book Flights to Kariba, Zimbabwe

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Kariba is a beautiful lakeside town along Lake Kariba in Mashonaland West province, Zimbabwe. It is located close to the Kariba Dam and offers a number of water-based tourist attractions like fishing, game-viewing and house boating to the visitors. You can also pay a visit to the grand Kariba Dam and the nearby crocodile farm. A prominent feature here is the wealthier hilltop suburb called Kariba Heights that denominates the cityscape and offers some stunning views of Lake Kariba. Those looking for some typical architecture should walk past to the 1960s duo of Roman Catholic Church and the Pat McClean Theatre.

Places of Interest in Kariba

Lake Kariba is the world’s largest man-made lake by volume, and it measures over 140 miles in length and up to 20 miles in width. Visitors are treated to some top notch fishing, sightseeing, camping and house boating experiences amidst the magnificent natural scenery here. If you’re looking for some typical birdlife, you can come here during early hours to see fish eagles and cormorants.

Spurwing Island

Lake Kariba contains several islands, and one of the most famous of them is the Spurwing Island. Situated in the Matusadona National Park and overlooked by the majestic Matusadona Mountains, this island is the go-to place to enjoy life in the tranquil calm of nature. Its picture-perfect beauty is a perpetual delight, and is royally seconded by some assorted activities like boat trips and bird watching that transcend the meaning of holidaying in Africa to a whole new level.