Zimbabwe in August

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August is an excellent time to travel to Zimbabwe, as days are sunny, daytime temperatures are mild (dropping down to below 10C at night), and wildlife viewing is at its prime. It’s one of the busiest months of the year so be sure to book all your accommodation in advance.


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Zimbabwe Wildlife Expedition (7 days)

day 1 to 3

Welcome to Zimbabwe

day 4 to 6

Explore Mana Pools National Park

day 7

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