Zimbabwe is one and half times the size of Britain and offers a diverse range of accommodation establishments in a variety of ecosystems. With safari operators returning to the country, the quality and quantity of lodges are continually increasing.
The temperate climate offers all year-round safari possibilities as well as unique cultural experiences. There are five UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Victoria Falls being the most famous.
You will be sure to find Lodges in Zimbabwe to suit your interests and your budget.
Singita Pamushana LodgeSingita Pamushana, an elegant oasis consisting of six elegant suites and one exclusive villa offering the ultimate luxury in a truly African setting. Set in 130 000 acres of wild and untamed land, the Malilangwe Reserve is a precious breeding sanctuary for endangered species such as the black rhino, and is home to an abundance of game, birds, and hundreds of Baobab trees.
Chikwenya Safari LodgeChikwenya Safari Lodge is located at the confluence of the Sapi River and the Zambezi River, on the eastern border of the world heritage Mana Pools National Park. The Lodge enjoys an exclusive 7000-acre lease of pristine lower Zambezi floodplain and some 5km of river frontage.
The HideThe Hide is actually located inside one of Hwange National Park's most exceptional places, adjacent to historic elephant trails along with a huge grassland corridor. Herds of elephant, buffalo, and a multitude of others usually are attracted to the dependable waters of the Hide's waterhole.