Be amazed by the spectacular Victoria Falls, one of the world’s great natural wonders that borders Zimbabwe and Zambia. Spend your days thrill-seeking with adventure activities such as white water rafting, kayaking and bungee jumping. Those who don’t want to take on the rapids can experience a water-based game viewing cruise while on a houseboat on Lake Kariba. Alternatively, try an African safari in Hwange National Park, where you’re likely to hear the roar of a lion pride out hunting at dusk. No wonder Zimbabwe is colloquially referred to as the adrenaline capital of Southern Africa.
5 Reasons We Love Zimbabwe
Best view of Victoria Falls
Fun activities on the Zambezi river
Elephant in Hwange and Mana are very relaxed around humans – up close and personal experiences
Lake Kariba houseboats – unique to Zimbabwe
Calm, gentle friendly people
Be Amazed by the Victoria Falls
In addition to its safaris, a trip to Zimbabwe gives you the opportunity to visit Victoria Falls. In fact, no trip would be complete without it. Be amazed by the smoke that thunders and get a bird’s eye view from a helicopter. Or take a delightful cruise to have an alternative view, especially at sunset.
Go on an African Safari
Go on an African safari in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe’s largest national park, where you’re likely to catch a whiff of the musky elephant marching past your game drive vehicle in search of its next waterhole.
Paddle Down the Zambezi
Paddle silently down the mighty Zambezi river in a two-man canoe. Enjoy the tranquillity of the river, fabulous birdwatching and wildlife encounters unlike any other.
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We all acknowledge that we spend too much time on our electronic devices, so it was a treat to “tune out” and be WiFi deprived on a recent trip into remote Zimbabwe. Great Plains Conservation Company has just opened an authentic bush camp in the 118,000-hectare Sapi...
I’ve been lucky enough to visit Victoria Falls many times and a few years ago, I also visited Hwange, Kariba and Mana Pools. I was struck by the air of optimism I noticed on my most recent trip after all the years of oppression and chaos. With the likes of...
Due to their location, many African safari camps are accessed by light aircraft. As these planes are small, there are size and weight restrictions (both for customers and their luggage). Just as passengers need to know in advance about the restrictions; it is even...
We had enjoyed a sundowner with a herd of elephant in front of our luxury tent and fallen asleep to the sounds of grunting hippo… We were only twenty minutes upstream from The Victoria Falls, awed by the beauty of The Zambezi River as seen from the luxurious Victoria...