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Lovely hideaway

Bridal veil falls is a super duper hideaway tucked away in a lush green forest. The falls are... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
tlmad
,
Mutare, Zimbabwe
A lovely, peaceful spot - worth the bumpy road to visit

Five of us bumped our way along a very rough track to reach these wonderful falls. It was lovely to... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
malawi40
,
High Wycombe, England
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“bridal veil” (4 reviews)
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Chimanimani, Zimbabwe
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Reviewed 6 September 2017

Bridal veil falls is a super duper hideaway tucked away in a lush green forest. The falls are located in the Chimanimani Eland Sanctuary which is part of the Chimanimani National Park. The road leading to the falls is a bit bumpy but managed to...More

Thank tlmad
Reviewed 23 July 2017

Five of us bumped our way along a very rough track to reach these wonderful falls. It was lovely to walk around the area and to pose at the foot of these aptly named falls - there are many such named falls around the world...More

Thank malawi40
Reviewed 4 July 2017

Pretty but unspectacular falls 5 km's from the village, down a broken but scenic dirt road that requires 4WD. Not really worth the park fee as such, if you don't look at it as a contribution to the nation's miserable economy. Tessa's Pools is a...More

Thank Mohnomishe
Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

i would recommend bridal veil any day. its so refreshing but you need a car to get there if you are a group you can walk

Thank Proud J
Reviewed 13 April 2017

The 2016/17 rains have made this usually gossamer falls a thunderous spectacle, so if you are headed to Chims, dont miss any of the waterfalls. The Campsite, set against a vibrant stream, in a lush forest. There are rondavels, braai areas, cement tables. Bathrooms could...More

Thank Maputojane
Reviewed 29 December 2016

We spent the afternoon at Bridal Veil with family. It's a beautiful place filled with so much 'presence'. The drive to the falls was also quite scenic and refreshing.

Thank IanNyasha
Reviewed 9 October 2016 via mobile

Business with leisure is best with a refreshing break when working around Chimanimani. See this beautiful waterfall located on Nyahode river.

Thank John C
Reviewed 6 October 2016

After a 45 min walk from front gate of Nat Park - cost is $10 for non-residents. The entrance to the park is 30 walk from the village of Chimanimani and a 5 min drive over a 4WD only road. The fails are very pretty,...More

Thank davidgrieveau
Reviewed 11 July 2016

We set off for Bridal Veil Falls at 3pm. These falls are 5km away from Chimanimani village. We were picked up by the couple who we met at Ann Bruce's in Mutare and they took us on their 4x4 for free. It's USD10pp to enter...More

1  Thank GoranWembley
Reviewed 9 July 2016

National Parks doing a great job. Clean well kept site. Easy walk from Chimanimani town. A very cold swim!!

1  Thank Linette F
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