Zimbabwe Toursist Attractions to be Seen on DSTV

Some of Zimbabwe's finest tourist attractions will enjoy international television coverage when they feature in a 13part series on Animal Planet Channel 264 on DStv.

Zimbabwe is home to amazing wonders, from the Victoria Falls and the Matobo Hills - both these areas have been proclaimed World Heritage Sites - to the wildlife and the outstanding and varied scenic splendor of the countryside.

So it comes as no surprise to see this natural richness on display on TV for the world to see when they feature in the Karina Wild on Safari series, starting today at 8.05pm.

Episode titles in the series include:

Episode 1: Adrenaline High! Mana Pools Classic Africa

Episode 2: Lion Charge! Mana Pools Classic Africa

Episode 3: Rhino Royalty: Amalinda Matobo Hills

Episode 4: Peeking Tomcat: Amalinda Matobo Hills

Episode 5: Rush Hour: The Hide Hwange

Episode 6: Pride of Africa: The Hide Hwange

Episode 7: Horns, Jaws and Claws: Singita Pamushana Malilangwe

Episode 8: Wallowing Delight: Singita Pamushana Malilangwe

Episode 9: Fighting Tigers: The Royal Zambezi

Episode 10: The Smoke That Thunders: Victoria Falls

Episode 11: Lion Alert: Antelope Park

Episode 12: Heart Stopper! Bumi Hills

Episode 13: The Hills are Alive: Inn on Rupurara

DStv viewers can confirm times through checking the electronic programme guide.

"We are delighted to have Zimbabwe featured so positively and so prominently on the worldacclaimed Animal Planet channel", said Liz Dziva, public relations manager of MultiChoice Zimbabwe.

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by: Anonymous

Awesome to see the show and can't wait to see the next 2 episodes.

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