Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe stands as a vibrant nation adorned with dramatic landscapes, impressive national parks, and hospitable people, reclaiming its esteemed position on Africa’s safari circuit after enduring challenging times.

Nestled between two mighty rivers, the Zambezi to the north and the Limpopo to the south, Zimbabwe boasts diverse habitats, from the granite hills of the Matopo’s to the majestic mountains and lush forests of the Eastern Highlands. A Zimbabwean safari promises unparalleled variety, offering exhilarating game drives in Hwange National Park, serene canoe safaris or walking expeditions in Mana Pools National Park, scenic flights over Victoria Falls, or encounters with ancient rock art in Matobo Hills National Park.

Despite facing political turmoil between 2000 and 2010, Zimbabwe is now on a path to recovery, with tourism spearheading its resurgence. New lodges are emerging across the country, presenting exciting opportunities for safari enthusiasts. One positive outcome of the political landscape is the chance for intimate wildlife encounters, devoid of large crowds.

Zimbabwean guides undergo rigorous training, setting the standard for guiding excellence in Africa. Renowned for their attention to detail and personalized service, Zimbabwean guides offer guests an enriching safari experience like no other.

The people of Zimbabwe exude a profound sense of pride in their nation and heritage, embodying resilience and warmth even in the face of adversity. Despite challenges, Zimbabwe remains a land of untouched natural beauty, cherished by its people and visitors alike.

Zimbabwe invites travelers to rediscover its wonders—a testament to the nation’s enduring spirit and the timeless allure of its untamed wilderness.