Zimbabwe is the stuff of historic travelling legends, typifying the romance of Africa. However, it is by no means limited to its iconic highlights of Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park and Mana Pools but is a country with an enormously varied offering. Topographically it ranges from big fossilised forests, mountain highlands, savannah plains to some of the most dramatic waterways in the world.
It has correspondingly diverse and sophisticated guest appeal – from high octane adventure such as white water rafting or bungee jumping over the Falls; to more sedate and refined experiences such as Art or Steam Train Safaris. Eclipsing all these, of course, are the rich and authentic wildlife opportunities, both land and water based, benefitting from the large animal populations which roam the incredible wilderness Zimbabwe has to offer.
- Photographers: wildlife, landscape & nature
- Adrenaline seekers
Due to the current political climate in Zimbabwe, our tour plans include Victoria Falls as the main Zimbabwe attraction.
- Victoria Falls – wonder of the world
- Exciting high adrenaline activities
- Untouched wildernesses
- Contrasting and wide-ranging typology
- Huge elephant populations
- Year-round temperate climate
When to go
April & May, is the end of summer, the weather is still quite hot but the rain is drying up.
June to October is the dry season and considered the best for game viewing. Cooler nights and mornings mean a jumper or two should be packed.
November to March is the wet season, humidity is high now as are the temperatures often over 30°C during the day.
Good to know
EVisa or visa on arrival
English/ tribal languages including Shona & Ndebele