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Digital Subscriptions > Travel Africa > July-September 2019 (87) > In search of nothing

In search of nothing

Step away from the well-signposted tourist path, and there are plenty of treasures to be found.
That empty feeling: With lodging for only 100 people in 600sq km, Mavhuradonha is one of Zimbabwe’s lesser known gems

Let’s face it: many places of natural beauty around the world can be overcrowded. From traf­ic jams on Mount Everest to queues on Bali beaches, it can be dif­icult to fully enjoy the great outdoors when you’re being jostled by brigades of adventurers wielding sel­ie sticks.

So, when you finally find a spot where you can absorb nature’s splendour in peace, it’s like a balm to the soul. Zimbabwe has a host of such retreats, and the Mavhuradonha Wilderness is one of them. If Zimbabwe itself is an under-the-radar destination on a global scale, then Mavhuradonha is basically incognito. People can’t even agree on how to spell it consistently.

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