Zimbabwe TravelWelcome back to Zimbabwe!
After many years of turmoil and unrest, stability is returning to this beautiful country. More and more people are rediscovering the attractions, the sights and it’s friendly people. It is not well known but until the late 1990s, more tourists travelled to Zimbabwe than to they did to South Africa.
With the return of travellers, more lodges and hotels are opening and reopening. Zimbabwe Travel is not just the Victoria Falls. From the beauty of Lake Kariba and Hwange National Park to the magnificent eastern Highlands and the Matopos, there is plenty to offer a safari virgin or an experienced Africa hand.
A temperate climate and diverse ecological systems coupled with a good road infrastructure makes it an ideal region to visit all times of the year, either by road or fly in.
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Popular Zimbabwe travel options
Duration: 4 Days
This Lower Zambezi canoe safari offers the adventurous safari enthusiast the closest possible wildlife encounters found anywhere in Africa, you get to view Wildife including hippos, crocodiles, elephants and buffalo within metres of your canoe. A thrilling experience to say the least.
Visiting: Mana Pools
Duration: 11 Days
This is the perfect 11 day Zimbabwe safari, starting and ending in Harare. Taking in the the very best attractions and destinations that the country has on offer including The Great Zimbabwe Ruins, Matopos and Hwange National Parks and of course the world famous Victoria Falls.
Victoria Falls is a must see and must do destination when in Zimbabwe, in fact Victoria Falls is included in 95% of all our safari itineraries. This is our guide to the best accommodation options available, covering both sides of the Zambezi River (Zimbabwe and Zambia).
Hwange National Park is proud to present one of Africa's best Classic Safari Camps in one of Africa's best wildlife reserves. The Hide Safari Camp with 10 luxurious safari suites all overlooking a game rich waterhole is a must when in Zimbabwe.
Ruckomechi Camp is a must for those seeking the ultimate in wildlife and photographic opportunities, overlooking the mighty lower Zambezi River bordering Mana Pool National Park in the north of the country.