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Zimbabwe Vlogs – part 3 Imire Wildlife and Rhino reservation



Zimbabwe Vlogs – part 3 Imire Wildlife and Rhino reservation

Mire Wildlife reservation was great! An oasis of natural life with beautiful surroundings, dedicated staff and super tasty food. Watch the video to see what we got up to with the animals!

Learn more about Imire wildlife reservation HERE:

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19 Comments
  1. Jahleel Sankofa 9 months ago
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    Great video and music 👌👍

  2. MISHECK MUKONOWESHURO 9 months ago
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    This brings back good memories when I stayed in Marondera and visited Imire. I now live in Australia but would definitely enjoy visiting once again. I got to stay at the Sable Lodge. Sauda, you are looking beautiful

  3. cecilia 9 months ago
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    Where is part 2?

  4. Wild World 9 months ago
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    Damnnnnnn I live in the same thing town with this.safari resort and I actually haven't been there 😂😂😂😂😭

  5. Louis Lark 9 months ago
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    Good to see eclectic animated whimsical animals and a splendid nature/ terrain. Would look to do holiday in Zimbabwe, Capetown, Durban, Soweto, and Jo'burg. Immensely captivating Tina.

  6. Dooky 9 months ago
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    Zimbabweans do have names like that. Learnmore, Respect, Energy etc

  7. Jua Sokofa 9 months ago
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    Zimbabwe looks so beautiful do you know anything about the cost of living there I would love to live there

  8. JAYBLUEINCPENS 9 months ago
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    Yes I enjoyed this journey ,thank U…

  9. Tarisai Munodawafa 9 months ago
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    Oh my gosh. I miss home now😭. Beautiful video though. Oh and "Anyway" is a semi-common name in Zimbabwe. Its a mistranslation from the Shona word "Hazvinei". I guess it's one of those words that don't have a direct translation. "Hazvinei" better translated means "it's okay, don't worry about it, let's move on with life". So I guess the closest they could get in English was "Anyway".

  10. Nzarama 9 months ago
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    you're enjoying your home land in style.How i wish could be there !!!.

  11. Mother'sTouchTalk 9 months ago
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    You really looked good in that Safari jumpsuit. Was it? Love you and great videos. Keep on raising the Developing World flag. It will definitely lead you somewhere great. Best wiishes.

  12. elaine castillo 9 months ago
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    A safari is on my bucket list. I was looking into either going to Tanzania or Kenya and catching the great migration. Have you any tips? Please ask around in Tanzania and let me know when is the best time to go.

  13. bubblegummers84 9 months ago
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    Oh my goodness?! 😱 Is that a snake at 6:26???

  14. FirstName LastName 9 months ago
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    This is a beautiful vlog.

  15. lifelikejosie 9 months ago
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    The animals are so frikken beaaautifuuul!

  16. Joe-Francis Kiaga 9 months ago
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    Weird how globalization has us Africans laughing at African names. Great video though, place looks gorgeous.

  17. veins of Afrikan blood 9 months ago
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    Great video…wish I could see more everyday Zimbabweans enjoying their country tho😑😑😑😑we need to build black wealth across Africa…its always other races enjoying Africa

  18. Hellen Samwel 9 months ago
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    Tina ! Lovely adventure wow is amazing place and Nice video in the wildest

  19. HereDianna 9 months ago
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    It's so beautiful it makes me want to travel to Zimbabwe but also spend more time in my home country Congo. Can I ask why you're staying in Zimbabwe for several months? You said you would but did not say why unless I missed it?

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