A visit to World’s View in the Little Connemara lakes area of the Eastern Highlands mountain range above Troutbeck is a must for the visitor as it is the highest point in the country that can be driven to and has a breath-taking 270⁰ outlook from the toposcope. The scenery has reminded many residents and visitors of the Scottish Highlands, particularly when the clouds are just scudding low overhead, or a mist hangs in the valleys.
From Troutbeck: turn right onto the A14 tar road towards Nyanga village, 1.34 KM turn right onto gravel road marked Little Connemara Lakes heading to the left of Troutbeck Lake, 6.3 KM take the left road passing Tsanga Lodge, 7.6 KM take the right road, 8.7 KM reach World’s View car park. In wet weather this route requires 4WD as it gets very muddy and gullied by the heavy rainfall runoff.
Zimbabwe Multi-Entry Multi-Directional Visitors Guide © Simon Newbound