Once one of the most vibrant and developed countries in Southern Africa, Zimbabwe has lost its grace throughout the last ten years. However, with power sharing government and a lot of passion from the people of Zimbabwe themselves, the country is returning onto the map.
It is time to rediscover the stunning attractions, this country has to offer: Not only the well-known Victoria Falls, but also the unspoilt areas of the Mana Pools National Park up to the historical sites of the Matopos National Park. And of course there is the Hwange National Park, with its diversity of Game. But as there are not many tourists visiting yet, it is your own private piece of Africa. And that is what makes it so unique – the parks are there waiting for you to discover the ‘off the track’ routes. Discover the country like the ancient explorers, away from mass tourism, in finest accommodations.
The question I am most confronted with is, if it is safe and I can without any doubt say – yes it is. Having been living in Zimbabwe for over three years now as a young foreign woman, I have never felt any time unsafe and uncertain about my decision to move to Zimbabwe.
The country is worth visiting. Especially because of all the monuments it offers and the rare sightings of Game. The people are friendly and welcoming and never have I seen anyone showing more passion for their country than the Zimbabweans. A lot of safari operators and passionate Guides have tried to keep tourists coming to this beautiful country during the challenging times. Now there is even more desire for getting guests back to this country, because they are proud of what Zimbabwe has to offer – and you can feel that when you are travelling through the country.