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Keep a Safe Distance(South Africa) Elephants.never saw a sign like that but did see the work of some elephants!

Very familiar road sign around Hwange, there used to be more elephants than people back in those days...

Very familiar road sign around Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, there used to be more elephants than people back in those days.Hwange National Park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe.

Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Harare, Zimbabwe), 20 August 1970 by allhails, via Flickr

Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Harare, Zimbabwe), 20 August 1970 - here I would sit among the flower sellers waiting for my husband to pick me up after work.

The original strip road from Bulawayo to Vic Falls.I traveled this very road many times. It was super hazardous. when a car approached from the front you had to put one wheel off the tar onto the dirt.

The original strip road from Bulawayo to Vic Falls.I traveled this very road many times. It was super hazardous. when a car approached from the front you had to put one wheel off the tar onto the dirt.

Camfed's Founder and President Ann Cotton launched the organization in Zimbabwe in 1993.

Welcome to Zimbabwe: 10 Fun Facts!

Elephants on the move. They had the right of way which took 20 minutes only!!

Elephants on the move. They had the right of way which took 20 minutes only!

Bulawayo City Market, Zimbabwe. It is the second largest city in Zimbabwe. Because it is regarded as the industrial and business capital of Zimbabwe, it is known as 'KoNtuthu ziyathunqa'- a SiNdeble word for "a place of smoky fires"

It is the second largest city in Zimbabwe. Because it is regarded as the industrial and business capital of Zimbabwe, it is known as 'KoNtuthu ziyathunqa'- a SiNdeble word for "a place of smoky fires"

One of the few remaining operating steam locomotives on the NRZ has just emerged from the only tunnel on the entire Zimbabwean Railway System. Geoffs Trains runs a photographic safari to Zimbabwe each year during May and the Big Game captured on camera are Steam Locomotives.

Net Photo: Class No 613 National Railways of Zimbabwe Steam at Hwange, Zimbabwe by David Benn

Chilojo Cliffs, Gonarezhou National Park, Zimbabwe

Chilojo Cliffs - Gonarezhou National Park

Great Zimbabwe ruins.

With the Best of Zimbabwe tour you'll discover the Hwange National Park, Matapos National Park, Great Zimbabwe Ruins, Johannesburg and many more!

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