Check out the world's only only international quadripoint

Check out the world's only  only  international quadripoint

Did you know that you can stand in 4 countries at once? What they don’t tell you is the only place you can do this is in Africa, or they choose not to say it because they undermine our beautiful continent. 

There is absolutely no other place you can do this. There are more than 150 tripoints in the world but only ONE international quadripoint. There is something to brag about. 

In Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe, close to Botswana, Namibia, and Zambia, there is Kazungula a small border post-settlement. Just to the west is the border village of Kazungula in Botswana, from where there is a ferry service for vehicles across the Zambezi River to the town of Kazungula in Zambia. 

Kazungula also has meaning. It means a small Sausage Tree (a wonderful tree found in the region with big sausage-like fruit). I wonder if vegans are allowed to also eat from this tree. Many of these trees are not far from here. However, the fact that this boundary connects both Zambia and Zimbabwe's Victoria Falls with the Chobe National Park in Botswana is of most significance.

The Kazungula bridge construction started in October 2014 and is expected to be completed soon. This border post has been described as a key link in the infrastructure of Africa's Zambesia region, linking business from the South to that of the North.

Indeed, the border is the meeting point of four nations, and four of Zambesia's seven countries share a mutual boundary at Kazungula. Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Zambia, respectively. This is an amazing discovery, I mean you can stand in Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Botswana which meet at the eastern end of the Caprivi Strip.

Boarding the Kazungula ferry across the Zambezi River is the only way to encounter this confluence today. For the brave, it's a frontier crossing, taking time, and determination. Fortunately, there is another, far simpler way to reap the benefits of these four remarkable countries' proximity. Cruise your way through watery wonderlands, spend two nights in each nation and visit the only existing international quadripoint. You may reach a "no man's land," where you are either on no man's land or four countries at the same time. Imagine that!