Chimanimani Mountains

The Chimanimani Mountains of Eastern Zimbabwe stand jagged above rolling grassy meadows. Stunned by the natural aesthetic, we took the day to enjoy a breathtaking (if not steep) mountain trek.

The first leg of our hike was steady incline—a proper scramble up the rocks.

Good thing the beautiful vistas forced us to take frequent photo stops.

Upon reaching the first plateau, we discovered a meadow of rock structures. Fancy a game of hide and seek?

We were thrilled to discover this amazing waterfall plus two others along the way complete with swimming pools for a refreshing dip.

This point on the trek, known as Skeleton Pass, is where two countries meet. Just beyond the rocky Zimbabwean ledge is grassy, green Mozambique. We didn’t bring our passports, but still managed to stick over a toe.


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