Share Your Tugwi Mukosi Dam Experience

Welcome to the Tugwi Mukosi Dam Experience page! We’re delighted that you’ve decided to share your visit experience with our growing community of dam enthusiasts and travellers. By participating in the conversation, you’ll be contributing to a vibrant discussion platform filled with insightful tips, fascinating stories, and valuable recommendations for fellow visitors.

Why Share Your Tugwi Mukosi Dam Experience?

When you recount your Tugwi Mukosi Dam visit, you help others understand what makes this destination so special. Your input will enable potential visitors to gain insights and plan their perfect trip to one of Zimbabwe’s largest and most impressive dams. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals who share your passion for exploring Zimbabwe’s natural wonders.

How to Participate in the Tugwi Mukosi Dam Conversation

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When sharing your Tugwi Mukosi Dam experience, consider including the following:

  • Highlights of your visit
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  • Wildlife sightings or interesting flora and fauna
  • Any challenges you encountered during your visit
  • Suggestions for future improvements or developments
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Olivia T
Olivia T
1 year ago

I visited Tugwi Mukosi Dam a couple of weeks ago and had the pleasure of having Mr Matutu as our tour guide. He was so knowledgeable about the dam, having worked on its construction from day one in 1998. It was fascinating to learn that the dam was constructed with modern technology, making it a smart dam that can read the weather, measure rainfall levels, and even has Wi-Fi! I was truly amazed by how self-sufficient the dam is and how it can survive for 15 years without rain. Mr Matutu is a treasure trove of information, and I wholeheartedly agree that he should write a book about the dam’s construction.

Trekker Tom
Trekker Tom
1 year ago

Visited the Tugwi Mukosi Dam yesterday and what an experience it was! Mr Matutu, our guide, shared some incredible insights. He’s been involved in the project since its inception in 1998. The dam is designed to be smart – it self-monitors weather conditions and even has a self-offloading mechanism for when it reaches full capacity. The dam has been built to last, capable of supplying water for irrigation for up to 15 years even if there were no rain. Its sheer size is impressive – the dam wall standing at 90m high and 310m long, the bottom stretching to 350m in width. It was truly fascinating to learn about!

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