Lake Malombe

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Apr 162009
 
Lake Malombe

Malawi Malombe is a lake in the Southern Region of Malawi on the Shire River with an area of about 420 km². Fed and drained by the Shire River, it lies in a broken depression running northwest from Lake Chilwa to Lake Malawi, parallel to the Shire Rift Valley. The lake is fed by the [Curious? Find out more…]

Lake Chilwa

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Apr 162009
 
Lake Chilwa

Malawi Lake Chilwa is the third-largest lake in Malawi after Lake Malawi and Lake Malombe. It is in the western Zomba District, near the border with Mozambique. Approximately 60 km long and 40 km wide, the lake is surrounded by extensive wetlands. 335 villages with over 60,000 inhabitants engage in fishing the lake, and pull [Curious? Find out more…]

Usuthu River

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Apr 152009
 
Usuthu River

Swaziland – Mozambique The Great Usuthu River is the largest waterway in the Kingdom of Swaziland. It is of prime importance to the country for water supply, hydroelectric power, agricultural irrigation schemes and white water rafting. The Great Usuthu originates from South Africa close to the town of Ermelo, drops down from the highveld in [Curious? Find out more…]

Mnjoli Dam

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Apr 152009
 
Mnjoli Dam

Swaziland The Mbuluzi River originates in the Ngwenya Hills in Swaziland to pass through the north-central part of the Kingdom and into Mozambique. Location (26° 9′ 48″ S, 31° 40′ 2″ E) On the Mbuluzi River, covering about 8,400 ha. View Mnjoli Dam in a larger map

Maguga Dam

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Apr 152009
 
Maguga Dam

Swaziland Maguga Dam is fast becoming a buzzword in the Bass Fishing fraternity. The dam covers about 1,042 hectares and is nestled in the vast Lubombo Mountain Range in the Komati River Basin. location service providers location Location (26° 04′ 38″ S, 31° 15′ 36″ E) Maguga Dam is situated a mere 35 minutes from [Curious? Find out more…]

Sand River Dam

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Apr 152009
 
Sand River Dam

Swaziland Popular for boating & fishing, the reservoir is used for irrigation of the citrus and sugarcane plantations at Tshaneni, in the Swaziland lowveld. Boating is restricted to members and guests; go to the Sand River Dam Yacht Club near Tshaneni. location service providers location Location (25° 59′ 16″ S, 31° 42′ 16″ E) The [Curious? Find out more…]

Kunene River / Rio Cunene

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Apr 082009
 
Kunene River / Rio Cunene

Angola – Namibia The Cunene valley, the natural boundary between Angola and Namibia, is an extension of the south-central Africa Okavango-Chobe-Zambezi biome of rivers, swamps, riverine forest and woodlands. The name Kunene was given to this river by the Herero people. Kunene in their language means “right-hand-side” and the name refers to the country north [Curious? Find out more…]

Tugela River

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Apr 072009
 
Tugela River

South Africa (KwaZulu-Natal) The Tugela River is the largest river in the province. The river originates in the Drakensberg Mountains at Mont-aux-Sources, itself the source of tributaries of two other major South African rivers, the Orange River and the Vaal River. The Tugela plunges 947 m down the Tugela Falls, then cuts through Tugela Gorge [Curious? Find out more…]

Apr 062009
 
Langebaan

South Africa (Western Cape) Langebaan is an idyllic little seaside town on the South African West Coast.  Founded in 1922, this historical town was once a whaling station but has evolved into a mecca for nature-lovers and water sport enthusiasts. The lagoon is part of the West Coast National Park, a world-renowned birding spot.  During [Curious? Find out more…]

Zambezi River

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Apr 032009
 
Zambezi River

Zambia – Angola – Namibia – Botswana – Zimbabwe – Mozambique The legendary Zambezi River is in itself a spectacle and is the namesake of this pristine wilderness. Along its 2 700 km course, the Zambezi fertilizes the Barotse Floodplains and plunges over the Ngonye Falls. Here, the mighty Zambezi River reaches a 1 500m [Curious? Find out more…]

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