The eye catching Sohwe Falls provide a magnificent view of the valley. The hike to Sohwe Falls is about one and half hours to and from the falls. Sohwe has an UPPER and LOWER falls. The UPPER falls offer a magnificent view of the valley. The Lower falls offer a refreshing environment which can be used for picnics, swimming in the plunge pool of the falls and even meditating near falls as the sweet sound of the water fall eases the mind.
NB To get to the falls there are two options which are taking a vehicle ride to the falls or go on foot using the Alpha dirt road trail that is marked by white paint on the right hand side of the trail.
Eagles Crag & Mafura-Nzou Hike
The journey to the Eagles Crag is an enlightening hike as the trail crosses paths with those used by Elephants on their way to the Musengezi watering hole. During the course of this hike the traits of an Elephant are explained that is how it survives, its diet, elephant population of Muzarabani and how much it contributes to the Zimbabwe elephant population, their importance to the community and the ecosystem at large. The Eagles Crag view point provides a breath-taking view of the Musengezi River as it meanders in the valley down to the Zambezi River below the peak. The view point also offers an aerial view of the area surrounding the Wilderness camp.
*The hike to the Eagles Crag via the Mafura-Nzou trail takes about 3-4hours to and from the view point
Site cultural heritage and environment tour
This tour is the first of its kind in the Muzarabani area. It is designed at showcasing the rich history of the Muzarabani society that dates back to the roots of Zimbabwe during the era of adventurous Moyo ruler Nyatsimba Mutota who was a descendant of the Mutapa Dynasty. The tour also aims at impacting environmental knowledge upon the young minds that is the indigenous trees and rivers found on the camp their names, importance and history.
The village tour provides first-hand experience of communal life and it allows one to interact with the Mavhuradonha locals experience their day to day activities and their way of life. Local culture is also explored during this tour (DANDANDA dance at the camp bonfire)