Victoria Falls, Mana Pools and Hwange offer some of Africa’s best highlights and safaris in Zimbabwe are longest established, professional and well-run. The guiding is outstanding, the conservation efforts enviable and the quality of luxury holiday accommodation is first class.
Zimbabwe has a broad ridge running 645 kilometres from southwest to northeast across the entire country, from near the Botswana frontier to the Inyanga Mountains, which separate Zimbabwe from Mozambique. The land is mainly savannah, although the moist and mountainous east supports tropical evergreen and hardwood forests. There is an abundance of trees and flowers across this African safari landscape. It is a land of incredible natural beauty and has a sheer abundance of wildlife.
There are various safari options to choose from including traditional game drive safaris in Hwange to walking and canoe safaris in Mana Pools which is set along the shores of the Zambezi River. For adrenaline addicts there is the option to go white water rafting, flying, bungee jumping and elephant riding. On top of this, there are some amazing historical and cultural sites to visit such as Matobo Hills and the Great Zimbabwe ruins, proving Zimbabwe is one of the most diverse destinations in Africa.