Chinhoyi Caves

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Details of Chinhoyi Caves

The twisting tunnels and vast underground chambers are complimented by unfathomably deep blue waters with enchanting names such as The Sleeping Pool and Wonder Hole. Located between Harare and Mana Pools, the caves are a perfect short stop on your trip.

For scuba divers, the opportunity to dive the mysterious underwater passages is also a must.

Short Overview

An extensive limestone cave system with a colourful history, Chinhoyi Caves is fast becoming a popular tourist destination.

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