From the mighty Victoria Falls, to the spectacular Hwange National Park and Mana Pools National Park, the rolling hills of the Eastern Highlands and the extraordinary balancing rocks of the Matobo Hills, Zimbabwe is a truly exceptional country.
Zimbabwe has a well-earned reputation for training some of Africa’s fines safari guides who are incredibly welcoming and warm, offering ultimate off-the-beaten-track safari adventures. The Big Five; buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhino, roam the country’s national parks, alongside an exceptional variety of other iconic African animals, including cheetah, zebra, kudu, giraffe and sable antelope.
The iconic Zambezi River runs along the northern border with Zambia and forms Africa’s most-spectacular curtain of falling water, Mosi-Oa-Tunya; “The Smoke that Thunders”. Visitors are able to experience a bird’s-eye view of the Victoria Falls by helicopter or fixed wing aircraft, bungi jump off the historic Victoria Falls Bridge, or experience the adrenalin of white-water rafting the swirling waters of the Zambezi River, offering the most Grade-5 rapids in one day, of any rafting destinations in the world.
Hwange National Park is the largest and oldest park in Zimbabwe, and is home to one of the largest populations of elephants in the world, alongside countless numbers of zebra and impala. Mana Pools is one of Zimbabwe’s most beautiful National Parks, and the lodges in this area offer the ultimate in African hospitality, in one of the most dramatically spectacular settings in the world. On the southern border with Mozambique, Gonarezhou National Park is one the most rugged, unexplored and dramatic parks in Africa. Home of the iconic Chilojo Cliffs, this uniquely wilderness destination is home to the Pangolin Project, where rescued, trafficked animals are habituated into the wild in safety.
A luxury safari in Zimbabwe offers guests the ultimate in African Hospitality, hosted in spectacular surroundings, creating magical memories.