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Village Domboshawa

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Located in Zimbabwe :: Zimbabwe
Category: Places :: Village

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Domboshava was named after the huge granite hill close to the Village, dates back to 1450AD. Situated within the Mashonaland Central province of Zimbabwe. 'Dombo' means ' Rock' and 'Shava' means Red. Situated in the northeast of the country, along the Masunga- Kalamati Road, Domboshava is one of the many historically built cement less, stone walls enclosures in Zimbabwe, just like the famous Great Zimbabwe ruins. Some have been reconstructed by the National Museum archaeologists to make them intact Some have however all weather conditions and remained intact up to date despite being cement less and their considerable massive width.

The village do not have much facilities except for shops and general dealers with basic commodities for the residents. For more facilities they visit Harare, located just 30km away from Domboshava. (May-16).

Contact [ correction ]
Address :  Zimbabwe
Cellphone Reception :  Good Main Cellular Network :  Netone. Econet & Telecel

Directions [ correction ]

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Rates and Payment [ correction ]
Fee/s :  An entrance fee is chargeable enter the Domboshava Cave and Hill.

Destination Information [ correction ]
Facilities :  Shopping Centre, Shops, General Dealer, Liquor, Restaurant

Facilities [ correction ]
Museum
Other Facilities :  Picnics. Braai facilities.

Activities [ correction ]
Picnics, Hiking Trails, Guided Walks
More Activities :  Tour of the Domboshava caves. Tour the Stone age paintings. Visit Domboshava Hills National Monument and Museum.Interpretive Centre. San rock art paintings.

Travelling Information

Self Drive Access :  Yes
Vehicle Type :  ALL

Accommodation in the town is available in lodges and guest houses.

The town has a clinic, The St James Clinic +263(0)773 513 633.

There is a restaurant in the town.


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