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Ideal for adventurers, Zimbabwe is home to diverse landscapes for those who want it all. Expect rainforest valleys, rolling plains and rushing waterfalls for an idyllic stay in paradise.
With Victoria Falls the number one tourist hot spot, make sure you bring your rain hat for viewing the largest waterfall on Earth. Shared with Zambia, a visit to one of the natural world wonders is a must. A large choice of viewpoints from which to see the falls are available at the nearby national park so you can capture the beauty from all angles. Complete with elephants, rhinos and hippos, your iconic safari adventure awaits.
Animal enthusiasts will also love the array of wildlife at the Zambezi National Park. Ideal for families or couples wanting a great day trip, expect to see Africa’s Big Five along with rare bird sights on the riverbanks of The Zambezi. If you are still wanting to see even more, head to the Wild In Life Trust in Harare where you can see the orphaned beauties exploring the glorious vegetation and greenery that they call home. For those wanting to see some history, stay in the Harare to witness fantastic monuments and architecture that are simply mind blowing. The National Heroes acre is just one of these, commemorating those killed in the Rhodesian Bush War.
The capital also boasts fantastic eateries with a range of food the whole family can enjoy. Choose from local cafes for quick bites or fine Italian restaurants serving freshly cooked linguini with a tropical twist. You are sure to find one for a mid-afternoon snack after exploring various monuments.
Speaking of home, a lot of the hotels do feel like that due to the five-star accommodation and friendly staff making every day that extra bit special. Experience glorious safari lodges and African retreats fit for royalty all while taking in glorious views of Zimbabwe. You won’t want to come home.

Unsure of which safari getaway is right for you? Chat to one of our friendly personal travel managers who will ensure that all your needs are catered to. Get your camouflage clothes and camera ready, this is a once in a lifetime trip you won’t forget in a while.
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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC +2
  • Capital: Harare
  • Currency: ZWD
  • Packing Essential: Safari clothes

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 21°c   Feb: 21°c   Mar: 20°c  
Apr: 19°c   May: 16°c   Jun: 14°c  
Jul: 13°c   Aug: 16°c   Sep: 19°c  
Oct: 21°c   Nov: 22°c   Dec: 21°c  


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Adventure Awaits
  • The Mosi-oa-Tunya also known as Victoria Falls is the largest waterfall in the world with outstanding beauty that has tourists flocking from all over the world. Take an hour and a half drive from Kasane to see the monumental sight, just try not to get your camera wet.
  • Motabo National Park can be found just half an hour from Bulawayo and is littered with stunning granite boulders and wooded valleys. For animal enthusiasts, there is wide array of wildlife to admire from white rhinos and leopards to black eagles. Explore the glorious vegetation as you trek through finding animals and hidden spots along the way.
Soak Up The Culture 
  • After trekking in the Motabo National Park, head back to Bulawayo where you will come across the Natural History Museum where you can lap up the beauty of Africa through nine public display galleries.
  • For those wanting a quieter experience that offers something different, Bulawayo Railway Museum is ideal. Admire glorious vintage steam trains for an often-overlooked part of Zimbabwean history.
  • Orphaned and specially protected animals can be admired as you get up close and personal at the Wild in Life Trust just 20-minutes from Harare. Enjoy the views of baby elephants, cheetahs and much more, learning about how you can help the lives of African wildlife.
Tastes To Try
  • The Livingstone Room is one of the top hotel restaurants as named by The Daily Meal. Guests and visitors can dine on succulent cuisine surrounded by opulent décor and high ceilings as a live band plays to give an amazing atmosphere that you won’t find anywhere else.
  • Set right in the capital of Harare, Amazani Restaurant sits within four-acres of plush African gardens. Dining rooms are linked through open arches all offering a different ambience for a unique experience every time you go. An eco-friendly haven, all produce is used from the garden and served in a five-star manner.
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