Home to some of Africa’s finest walking and canoeing safaris alongside the Zambeze river in the Mana Pools National Park., Zimbabwe is also renowned for having some of the best guides in Africa.Zimbabwe now provides excellent value and has acquired relatively increased stability, due to the dollarisation of the economy. Another attraction is the geographical nature of Zimbabwe; a diverse and exciting itinerary can be arranged without too many long journeys. We are delighted to say that we believe the 'jewel' of Africa is well and truly back on the map.
Zimbabwe's value and the activities available in the safari parks.
Zimbabwe now offers exceptional value considering it has traditionally been a premier safari destination. Something that has kept safari enthusiasts returning year after year is the quality of the guiding, which is considered to be some of the best in Africa. In terms of activities the diversity of parks in Zimbabwe ensures that a variety of safari activities can be undertaken in differing landscapes. You can cruise Lake Kariba aboard a houseboat whiilst hopping ashore to spot lion in the Matusadona National Park. Some of Africa's finest walking and canoe safaris can be explored along the Zambezi river in the Mana Pools National Park.
Links and overviews to Zimbabwe's main parks :
Livingstone is the old capital of Zambia and the hive of activity in the area nowadays. With a cluster of larger hotels around the Falls themselves and stunning river lodges upstream the city is our destination of choice for travellers visiting Victoria Falls.
Hwange is Zimbabwe’s premier game viewing location. A huge park (15,000 sq. kms) with one of the greatest elephant populations in Africa.
Lake Kariba offers a unique opportunity in Africa due to its setting. The Lake provides both great game viewing by canoe as well as wonderful Tiger fishing, while the adjacent Matusadona National Park offers great game viewing on foot or by vehicle.
Mana Pools is a superb, though seasonal park, located on the Zimbabwean side of the Zambezi, opposite the Zambian Lower Zambezi National Park. It is closed from January to March each year because of the rains and it is famous as a walking park, although still offers game viewing from vehicles and canoes.
Zimbabwe has a number of private game areas. The beauty of these areas is that you are away from the strictures of the national parks. The only lodge in a private reserve that we currently sell is the amazing Pamushana in Malilangwe.
Located on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia the Victoria Falls or Mosi-oa-Tunya meaning the 'smoke that thunders' is the worlds largest curtain of falling water and one of Africa's most famous sites.