Tailor-made Safari Destinations - Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe is a country of charm, political intrigue and magnificent wilderness. It is also a country rich in human history with ancient rock art , The remnants of a 10th century civilization , Great Zimbabwe , and the relics of a strong colonial past.
The national parks and private wildlife ranches scattered through out Zimbabwe offer fantastic opportunities for game viewing and bird-watching.. It is the birth place of adventiure tourisim in Africa with rafting, skydiving and bungee jumping And it’s people are friendly, hospitable and always enjoy life with a dash of humour... Read More
Zimbabweans have developed a unique ‘Zimbabwe culture’, a rich mixture of tradional tribal practice and modern afro-european influences. Not least of these is Zimbabwes world renowned art. No where else in Africa will you find such incredibly talented stone and wood sculptors.
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To get you started we have prepared some general information about regions within ZIMBABWE (below), take the time to read through this, it will give you a broad sense of the country and what it has to offer. Then contact us today and we will share our knowledge about these and other destinations in ZIMBABWE as we create your dream holiday.
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At around 14 650 square kilometres Hawange NP is the largest National Park in Zimbabwe .Named after a local chief the area was set aside as a National Park in 1929. The National Park is located in the northwest corner of the country one hour south of Victoria Falls. Filled with varied and beautiful landscapes Hwange has a diverse range of habitat that supports a tremendous variety of wildlife..
Mana Pools NP
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The Victoria Falls are among the most spectacular waterfalls in the world: the Zambezi River, more than 2 km wide at the point of the falls, plunges down over a sequence of basalt gorges throwing up a captivating rainbow-filled mist that can be seen for miles around. The falls are a reminder of the truly awesome power of water to erode and shape the natural world.