Zimbabwe is rich in natural wonders, cultural and historical highlights.   Once coined Africa’s paradise, then later tainted with economic and political chaos, Zimbabwe is again rising to claim its rightful position as Africa’s pink-diamond. Nestled between the Limpopo River in the south and the mighty Zambezi River in the north, Zimbabwe offers outstanding scenery, excellent game viewing and a wide variety of water-based adventures.

Hwange National Park is the largest reserve in Zimbabwe and boasts more than 100 different animal species and over 400 species of birds. Moreover, Hwange is world famous for its 30,000 elephants, making it one of the few great elephant sanctuaries left in Africa. Mana Pools National Park is synonymous with the mighty Zambezi River. A UNESCO world heritage site it is wild and remote and offers fantastic opportunities for canoeing & walking safaris.  The Victoria Falls are Zimbabwe’s foremost attraction and a must-see. They remain one of the most spectacular natural wonders of the world offering an array of adventure based activities that will sate any adrenalin junkies appetite.

Why we like it

  • African Classic 
  • Mana Pools National Park 
  • Hwange & the surrounds 
  • Victoria Falls
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