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Details of Lake Kariba

Created in the 1950s in order to established a hydro-electric plant, Lake Kariba is today a popular tourist attraction due to its idyllic surrounds, fantastic fishing, floating hotels, and array of water sports.

It’s an inland beach playground that is perfect for washing away the dust from a long safari adventure.

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One of the largest man-made lakes in the world, Lake Kariba straddles the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe and boasts a shoreline that is more than 2,000 kilometers in length.

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