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Laurette graced us with her presence in June 2014 as a tour consultant. Born in England but r... ~ Laurette McKinnon ,Tour Consultant
Huge granite masses – seamed, split, shaped and sculptured by time and the elements - form an array of giant whalebacks and castellated kopjes that cover 3,000 square kilometres of Matabeleland South Province, near Bulawayo. Much of the country's history has been written and played out within the confines of the Matobo Hills - from the time thousands of years ago when ancient bushmen used the granite faces as a canvas for their unique and extraordinary art, to more recent times, when black and white met in war and peace.
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