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There is an underground river in the cave,it's not known how deep is the river and it's source.From inside the cave you can see an opening from the top but when you're outside u can't see the opening.the cave is mysterious amazing.
Magnificent Stalagmite limestone and Dolomite with the main cave rich of cobalt blue water forming a sleeping pool. Must see especially for students studying physical geography and adults who love nature. The local Shona name of this famous magnificent limestone and Dolomite cave is called...More
It was an amazing experience of nature, my 4 year old son could only say "this is amazing"
If you will be travelling through Chinhoyi, pass by Chirorodziva (Chinhoyi caves). The sleeping pool in one of the caves is so peaceful, calm and beautiful, the...More
I did a dive here with Craig Kongkow from Scubaworld Zimbabwe and would highly recommend this to all who dive. The beautiful scenery and the crystal clear waters gives you a chance to explorer the small caves.
Went there as a day trip as I had never been.the road is all tarred no worries there. When we got there we had to pay $3/adult but unfortunately their swipe was down international pay like $10. The good thing they offer diving into the...More
a must visit ,the caves provides a magnificent view of the blue waters as well as the dark hole.The i enjoyed walking down the steps into the blue waters ,its juss nice ,the tour guides are good because they are always ready to answer questions...More
Went in as a local said it was good. Beer was cold. Great. Tried to bring me a second one without asking... I declined.
Food; 1/4 chicken. Dry and nasty. Avoid probably frozen.
Fish: dry and nasty avoid. Chips nasty.
Spoke to chef she was...More
We visited the caves after booking to stay at the next door camp site. The caves are worth the visit. You can visit the viewpoint or go inside to see the underground lake. Slippery and dark, so have the right shoes. A torch can also...More
amazingly well kept considering economic situation in Zimbabwe. $3 for locals and $25 for tourists..unfortunately we went on a Friday and visiting schools were there for a field trip which made for too many people and waiting to enter caves. It is definitely worth a...More