One of the 7 natural wonders of the world and the adrenalin capital of Africa. Boarding with Zambia and Botswana, this is your gateway to enjoying safaris in all three countries
In Zimbabwe, there are extensive areas of granite but the Matapos is unique, for hundreds and thousands of years these hills have hosted different human and animal communities that interacted with their environments in many different ways.
The finest park in Zimbabwe fir walking and canoe safaris and the almighty Zambezi based below the Kariba Dam wall, this area and its wildlife offer adrenalin pumping, close up opportunities with the big game.
This means the place of many elephants and is the 2nd largest game park in Zimbabwe. Chilojo Cliffs is the most beautiful part of this park which borders with Mozambique. Historically difficult to get to, it has now opened up and has become more accessible to operators and private vehicles.
Located 150km from Harare, the Great Zimbabwe Ruins show what is left of what was once a distinguished establishment of the Shona Tribe. Known as one of Africa’s most magnificent ancient archaeological sites. The over 800 year old ruins consists of towering stone reflecting the deeply imbedded culture of Zimbabwe’s first inhabitants.
Harare is Zimbabwe’s capital and largest city full of entertainment and widely diverse. Harare is bursting with excitement and offers the country’s best local and international cuisine as well as a thriving night life.
Located in the Southern Matebeleland province, Bulawayo is Zimbabwe’s second largest city. Known as the “city of kings”. Bulawayo is full of historical attractions.