Zimbabwe in June

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Temperatures drop in June, so pack warm clothes for early mornings and night game drives as the evenings can be very chilly. As the landscape dries, animals start to move to waterholes to drink, which makes wildlife viewing easier.


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Jewels of Zimbabwe and Zambia Safari (9 days)

day 1

Welcome to Africa
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  • Jewels of Zimbabwe and Zambia Safari (9 days)
  • Jewels of Zimbabwe and Zambia Safari (9 days)

day 2

Smoke that thunders
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  • Jewels of Zimbabwe and Zambia Safari (9 days)

day 3

Eco-friendly in Hwange
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  • Jewels of Zimbabwe and Zambia Safari (9 days)
  • Jewels of Zimbabwe and Zambia Safari (9 days)

day 4

Endless waterhole traffic
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  • Jewels of Zimbabwe and Zambia Safari (9 days)

day 5

Elephants everywhere
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day 6

World Heritage site
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day 7

"Twitching" anyone?
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day 8

Secluded "bath-with-a-view"
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day 9

Bon Voyage

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