WELCOME TO ZIMBABWE
Zimbabwe is best known for the magnificent Victoria Falls, known as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ or ‘The Smoke That Thunders’. Zimbabwe is home to four World Heritage Sites – Victoria Falls, Mana Pools National Parks, the Great Zimbabwe Ruins and the Kama Ruins.
A journey to Zimbabwe will take you through unspoiled landscapes, lush mountains and magnificent rivers. Zimbabwean people are truly a joy to meet – friendly, warm and always willing to help. The country is also recognized for its abundant birdlife, with more than 600 recorded species. Lake Kariba is one of the largest manmade lakes in the world offering unbelievable wildlife sightings at its shores.
Lake Kariba is also home to the fierce tiger fish, renowned among avid anglers. Exhilarating adventure activities like white water rafting, bungee jumping, helicopter excursions are on offer for the thrill seeker.
WHERE TO GO IN ZIMBABWE?
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Our unforgettable tailor-made or luxury scheduled tours will take you into the heart of wild Africa. Choose from our wide range of carefully crafted travel itineraries, and allow us to turn your safari dreams into reality.
WHEN TO VISIT ZIMBABWE
“TIMING IS EVERYTHING”
The best wildlife viewing time is in the dry season, May to October, when animals congregate around the rivers and waterholes. The skies are clear, temperatures are on the milder side, and little rain means fewer mosquitos. September and October are considered the best time to see elephant herds in Hwange National Park. If your main reason for visiting is to experience the Victoria Falls, then April or May will be the best time when the river is at its fullest. October is also dry but very hot with temperatures soaring into the thirties. The nights between June and August are cool, so make sure you have warm clothes for the mornings and evenings. If you ae seeking water sports, then book your trip between August and December when the water is lower and the rapids are more pronounced.