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A lake adventure, bird watching in Zimbabwe for $36

A lake adventure, bird watching in Zimbabwe for $36
Written by See Africa Today

Lake Chivero Recreational Park is Zimbabwe’s best scenery with a wide range of indigenous birds, The park is serene and offers different fun activities to visitors.

Kuimba Shri Bird Park, on the other hand, has over the years treated visitors to breathtaking spectacles in bird watching. Therefore, at just $36, you can explore both Lake Chivero Recreational Park and Kuimba Shri Bird Park.

What to expect at Lake Chivero

Boat riding in this lake is a major sporting activity coupled with fishing. There are a lot of game animals within the lake’s vicinity such as the rare white rhino, blue wildebeest, South African ostrich, impala, kudu, waterbuck, Angolan giraffe, Burchell’s zebra among others. Common bird species found here include cormorants, doves kingfishers, grey herons, barbets, African open bills and coots. Horse riding is also available and a lot of flora and fauna.

What to expect at Kuimba Shiri Bird Park

It is home to Zimbabwe’s largest concentration of indigenous birds such as Marshall, black, crowned and Fish Eagle. Besides, the picturesque at Kuimba is one to die for also, one can enjoy a sundowner from the parks bar. Established over 20 years ago Kuimba Shiri Bird Park is the only bird park in Zimbabwe and is home to orphaned, injured and abandoned birds.

Guests can enjoy game viewing by boat and a tasty meal at the Admiral’s Cabin Restaurant, whilst enjoying the spectacular view of the vast Lake. Sunday afternoons can be spent relaxing under the Msasa trees listening to live music. An ideal family venue, run by a family, for families.

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