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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is known for its dramatic landscape and diverse wildlife and was a very popular destination for safari visitors to Africa. The political turmoil in the country led to a large decline in visitor numbers however the renaissance of the country’s tourism is now in full swing. The habitat has been preserved throughout and the wildlife populations continue to flourish.

Southern Safari Secret

The Victoria Falls on the Zambezi is an iconic sight and the gateway for many visitors to Zimbabwe. The area contains countless attractions from serene river cruises to whitewater rafting for the adrenaline seekers.

Venturing onto the safari circuit Hwange National Park is the largest Park and home to countless elephant in addition to a full range of predators and plains game. Lake Kariba and Mana Pools National Parks are magnificent wildlife areas and are also home to roaming wild dog packs, a rare highlight on a safari.

Zimbabwe is reborn and has so much to offer safari goers particularly those wanting to enjoy unspoiled wilderness without the crowds.

Suggested destinations

Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is home to over 100 mammal species and is known for its large population of elephants. Read More

Lake Kariba

Lake Kariba is a massive lake that provides a magical combination of water and wildlife. Read More

Mana Pools National Park

Mana Pools National Park will leave you breathless with its beauty. Read More

Victoria Falls

The fall is not only a breathless sight but also a destination holding countless activities that visitors choose to stay for several days. Read More

Zambezi

The park has a vast diversity of indigenous tree species, and its terrain varies between riverine woodland, dry river beds, rocky outcrops and spring-lines with a gradual escarpment leading towards the Kazangula road split. Read More

Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is home to over 100 mammal species and is known for its large population of elephants. The highest numbers of animals are spotted in the dry season when the wildlife congregates around the shrunken water holes.

Lake Kariba

Lake Kariba is a massive lake that provides a magical combination of water and wildlife. Spectacular fishing available for anglers and along the fringe lies the beautiful Matusadona National Park.

Mana Pools National Park

Mana Pools National Park will leave you breathless with its beauty. A paradise for walking and canoeing safaris, Mana Pools is a wildlife-rich, bio diverse wonderland that will delight at every turn.

Victoria Falls

The fall is not only a breathless sight but also a destination holding countless activities that visitors choose to stay for several days. One of the newest attractions at the Victoria Falls, which drives up visitor numbers are the so called “Lion Walks”. People have the chance to walk next to lions in a national park, guided with rangers. The lions are raised in captivity and used to human interactions, making it a safe journey.

Zambezi

The park has a vast diversity of indigenous tree species, and its terrain varies between riverine woodland, dry river beds, rocky outcrops and spring-lines with a gradual escarpment leading towards the Kazangula road split. Spectacular sunrises and sunsets are the norm along this river and the area is popular for both landscape and wildlife photography.

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Karen

I am thrilled with all my photos and put the best ones into photo books. I now enjoy showing these to my friends who are all envious of the fantastic holiday I had! Thank you for being such an excellent guide. Of all the wonderful scenery, birds, mammals and plants I saw, the shots of the African sunset still bring a tear of joy to my eyes. I never expected to get that! I think the whole holiday exceeded my expectations even the amazing thunderstorms that we experienced. I hope to return again one day!

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We are back home in a rather damp dark England and wishing we were back in Kenyan sunshine. We just want to say a big "Thank you" to you and your team for such a marvelous trip. Everything was perfect from the moment Kenneth picked us up until we said "goodbye to Peter at the airport. The arrangements you made, the camps, the weather, and the animals we saw could not have been bettered. Thank you very much for all the trouble you took for us. We really hope it will not be our last visit!

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We had THE most wonderful holiday. Thank you, to you, and your team for all your organizing. Thank you for the goodie bag on arrival. It was lovely for us both not to have to think about a thing - and to have everything taken care of so expertly. All in all a dream holiday.......and we saw Cheetah and her cubs and leopard!! Thank you again. Hopefully it won't be too long before we can come again.