Although Zimbabwe has no coastline, it is bordered by the Limpopo and Zambezi rivers and the Motopo Mountains. This plateau experiences a reasonably mild climate by African standards. In addition to the breath-taking Mosi-oa-Tunya “smoke that thunders” Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe is the custodian of two other contrasting World Heritage Sites – the spectacular Mana Pools and the ruins of Great Zimbabwe.
This sets the scene for Zimbabwe, the land of contrasts, where our safari travellers can experience some of the best of Africa’s great wildlife at Hwange National Park, travel by canoe along the mighty Zambezi, experience the majesty of Victoria Falls, witness man’s attempt to control the African wilderness at Lake Kariba, and be awe-inspired by the crumbling remains of one of the world’s earliest civilizations at the Great Zimbabwe Ruins.
Zimbabwe’s political troubles have badly affected its tourism and we are in constant communication with our safari partners as to the state of the parks and reserves and the safety aspects. Parks like Hwange, close to Victoria Falls continue to offer superb accommodation and wonderful safari experiences. Malilangwe Private Wildlife Reserve has two of Zimbabwe’s top lodges and Lake Kariba and the remote Mana Pools area offer exciting adventures. This website will be updated with Zimbabwe safari information whenever possible.