New adventure in Zimbabwe

18 October 2017
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A new outdoor adventure activity will be launched in Zimbabwe at the end of this month. The Mutarazi Falls Skywalk and Skyline will offer a 360° panoramic view of Zimbabwe's highest waterfall. 

Skyliner is the world's highest zip line, 400 metres long above the 762-metre high Mutarazi Falls. There are two lines next to one another, enabling participants to fly with a friend. Mutarazi Falls Skywalk and Skyline could process about 300 people a day and it will open every day from 09h00 to 17h00 and at full moon. 

The Mutarazi Falls National Park borders the Nyanga National Park in the Eastern Highlands. The park is accessed from the main Mutare to Juliasdale road, a 20-kilometre section of road to the falls car park. It can also be accessed by helicopter. Plan your Zimbabwe holiday right now. 

 

Mutarazi Falls Skywalk and Skyline is a product for Far and Wide Zimbabwe. 

Source Tourism Update: https://www.tourismupdate.co.za/article/127476/New-adventure-activity-in-Zimbabwe


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