Take advantage of the uncrowded, untouched attractions that are waiting in anticipation to be discovered. Explore the land, away from mass tourism; uncover something new each day just like the ancient explorers of the past. Not only does this country extend its visitors the chance to experience the spectacle that is the great Victoria Falls, it is also known to have some of the finest and largest concentration of wildlife on the African Continent.
With numerous national parks to its name, Zimbabwe provides its tourists an unfiltered look into life as it was. From the unspoilt areas of the Mana Pools National Park to the historical sites of the Matopos National Park, the country starts to feel like your own little private piece of Africa.
The magnificent pageantry of wildlife on display has been a key factor in the rebirth of the country’s ever growing tourism industry. Visitors to Zimbabwe’s many parks are delighted when confronted by a herd of elephants congregating at a watering hole, or watching a lioness stalk her next prey. It is also home to the graceful white rhinoceros, a rare yet unforgettable spotting. If the big five is what you are after, one is able to gaze upon them as they go by their everyday activities.
With its historical monuments, rare assortment of game and welcoming locals this interesting and vibrant country with its colourful history should be a definite stop on anyone’s bucket list. The continuous emphasis being placed on welcoming tourists can be seen as soon as one steps off the plane. Reinvention may be slow, but it is definitely rewarding.
The question, if it is safe to come to Zimbabwe, which many tourists ask, can – without any doubt – be answered with: Yes it is! Having been living in Zimbabwe for over five years now as a young foreign woman, I have never felt unsafe at any time nor uncertain about my decision to move to Zimbabwe. I can assure you that you will be safe in this country and you will want to come back again and again!
BirdLife Zimbabwe – Conservation of Birds
AWARE – Veterinary Conservation Trust
Flying For Wildlife – Aviation Volunteers protecting Wildlife
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‘The Smoke that thunders’, world’s grandest sheet of cascading water
Hwange National Park
Largest National Park in Zimbabwe, known for its large population of elephants
Matopos National Park
Formed 2 billion years ago, has various caves with rock paintings
Mana Pools & Lower Zambezi
Offers amazing islands, channels, valley and mountain views
Kariba & Matusadona
Known as one of world’s greatest man-made lakes
Gonarezhou National Park
Many of largest tusked elephants are only found here
Great Zimbabwe & Masvingo
Name derives from Shona word for stone houses, declared a world heritage site by UNESCO
Batonka Guest Lodge
Cresta Sprayview Hotel
Old Drift Lodge
The Elephant Camp
The Victoria Falls Hotel
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge & Club
Zambezi Crescent River Lodge
Zambezi Sands Camp
Great Zimbabwe & Masvingo
Lodge at the Ancient City
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