Zimbabwe is a country of diversity - from the rain forests of the Eastern Highlands to the dry savannas of the Lowveld. Below we only highlight the Zambezi region as these parks are easily accessible from the main Victoria Falls and Harare International airport. There are amazing other areas to visit but the internal flights are not cheap but the experience is well worth it! To explore the country properly, drop us an email to discuss ideas.
Mana Pools is one of the most stunningly beautiful locations in Africa. From elephants that stand on their hind feet to feed on the seed pods above them, to a wide variety of predators, this wilderness area is a mecca for wildlife photographers. From canoeing to bush walks, the area also offers some great alternatives to game drives for those who seek something different!
This giant man made lake and its surrounding wilderness areas is home to a huge variety of wildlife - from elephants that regularly swim across some of the bays to enormous crocodiles sunbathing on sand bars. The diverse landscape also offers fantastic bird watching and excellent fishing opportunities.
Home to over 70,000 (yes - seventy thousand) elephants, Hwange is the best place for those heart stopping elephant encounters. But this national park is more than just about elephants - excellent predators, huge herds of buffalo and some of the rarer antelopes such as Sable, Roan and Kudu, are regularly seen too.
Mosi-O-Tunya (The smoke that thunders) is one of the most awe-inspiring natural wonders of the world. At 1700m from side to side this magnificent waterfall is a "must visit" on any Zimbabwean itinerary. And should also be viewed from the air to give you an idea of its enormity!