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zimbabwe

quick facts

Quick Facts
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climate

Zimbabwe has a tropical climate with many local variations.

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surface

390,757 km2(150,872 sq mi), with a population of 16,150,362, Zimbabwe has no fewer than 16 official languages (the most of any country).

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nature conservation

Approximately 5 million hectares of land or 13% of Zimbabwe falls under the care of the Zimbabwe National Parks authority. Zimbabwe has 11 National Parks.

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capital

Harare

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currency

Zimbabwean Dollar

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independence

18 April 1980

Victoria falls

Also known as the ‘Mosi- oa- Tunya’, which means ‘The Smoke that Thunders’.

These iconic falls need no introduction! They have the largest sheet of water for any fall in the world and are a sight not to be missed. The noise of the Victoria Falls can be heard as far as 40 kilometers away.

 

Discovered in 1855 by David Livingstone the falls are best viewed from the Zimbabwean side.

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Hwange

This Park is Zimbabwe’s Largest Wildlife sanctuary.

 

The park boasts more than 100 different animal species and over 400 species of birds. It is one of the few great elephants sanctuaries in Africa. 

It is home to the Big Five and is especially famous for its huge herds of elephant and buffalo.

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