Attractions

Top Attractions in Zimbabwe and Paraguay

Zimbabwe

Bulawayo
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Highlights: The country’s second largest city, National Museum, National Railway Museum.

Chimanimani Mountains
Chimanimani Mountains
Highlights: Verdant tropical forest with trails suited for hiking enthusiasts, breathtaking view of the Bridal Veil Falls, the ancient Big Tree that is more than a thousand years old

Harare
Harare
Highlights: Cultural attractions, Mbane Musika market, National Gallery, Queen Victoria Museum
 Hwange National Park
Highlights: Largest national park in Zimbabwe, home to a wide range and variety of wildlife

The Great Zimbabwe Ruins
Highlights: Historical site dating back to the 13th and 15th century, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Victoria Falls (Mosi-oa-Tunya)
Victoria Falls
Highlights: UNESCO World Heritage Site, largest waterfall in the world, wildlife sightings and verdant vegetation

Paraguay

Asunción
Asunción
Highlights: One of the oldest cities in South America, botanical gardens, historic districts, museums, and a zoo

Cerro Cora National Park
Cerro Cora National Park
Highlights: Natural attractions, ancient artworks, hiking trails, caves that date back to the pre-historic days

Itaipu Dam
Itaipu Dam
Highlights: The world’s largest hydroelectric plant, joint project by Paraguay and Brazil, attraction frequented by locals and tourists alike, museum, scenic views of Iguazu River and the Parasana River

La Santísima Trinidad de Paraná
La Santísima Trinidad de Paraná
Highlights: Site of a former Jesuit Reduction, a UNESCO World Heritage site, ancient architecture that dates back to the 1700s

Saltos del Monday
Saltos del Monday
Highlights: Waterfall located inside the Municipal Park Monday, surrounded by lush vegetation

Ybycuí National Park
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Highlights: Nature getaway near Asunción, natural attractions like waterfalls, plants, and wildlife