The call of the wild in a country of stunning contrasts
From the arid sands of Hwange to the torrent of water at the Victoria Falls: a holiday in Zimbabwe never fails to impress. This is a country of mountains, deserts, lakes and rivers. And in these landscapes, you will encounter abundant wildlife.
A Zimbabwe safari offers a sense of scale and wilderness that is hard to discover in neighbouring Botswana and Zambia. Home to one of the the world’s largest man-made lakes at Kariba, Zimbabwe has national parks that span 14,600km2. The Big Five have space to roam here.
In Hwange National Park, 100 species of mammals, including herds of elephant, travel in their thousands to waterholes. Our tailor-made trips ensure you have the most comfortable lodges to watch the show from.
The Zambezi River is the country's key artery. In the northwest it cascades over Victoria Falls with a peak flow that’s over 1.7km wide and 100m tall. Its African name is much more descriptive than Livingstone’s regal moniker: Mosi-oy-Tunya or the Smoke that Thunders. There’s plenty more excitement here beyond the spectacle itself – bungee jumping, white-water rafting and microlighting add to the adrenaline rush.
Our Zimbabwe safaris in Matusadona National Park offer large numbers of lion and over 240 bird species. We’ll take you to the spots with fewer tourists and less safari vehicles. And that means more animals. When it comes to safaris in Zimbabwe, our knowledgeable guides and experience will ensure that you return home enthralled, amazed and brimming with memories.