Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe
The world’s largest manmade lake, Lake Kariba forms part of the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, and can easily be accessed from Harare. At over 140 miles in length and 20 miles in width, the lake has a microclimate of its own. Home to countless aquatic species and birds, it offers rare glimpses of enchanting natural beauty. From fishing, canoeing and walking safaris, to a variety of camping trips, to idyllic houseboat cruises, there are many ways in which to explore Lake Kariba. Travelers are guaranteed spectacular sunsets and vast stretches of beautiful landscapes, and an uninterrupted experience of a thriving natural ecosystem.