A Zimbabwe safari has far more to offer beyond the excitement of the Victoria Falls: superb wildlife sanctuaries, mysterious mountain retreats, open plains and lush floodplains...
For many visitors it would be inconceivable to visit Africa without experiencing the Victoria Falls. This vast curtain of surging water plunges into the Zambezi gorge below, and is a remarkable sight. Yet a safari in Zimbabwe has far more to offer than just the Victoria Falls. Between the two great rivers of the Zambezi and the Limpopo lies superb wildlife sanctuaries, ruins of ancient civilizations, and mysterious mountain refuges. Plus scenic landscapes and the watery paradises of Lake Kariba & Mana Pools. All demonstrate the variety and charm of Zimbabwe.
In recent years this beautiful, but troubled country, has experienced much political instability, hardship and poverty. However this is now a good time to enjoy a Zimbabwe safari. Visitor numbers are low, the safari lodges have reinvested and refurbished and are offering great value for money. Furthermore vital tourism revenue ensures that Zimbabwe’s wildlife continues to be protected.
Milandi JoubertAfrica Travel Specialist
Why you may love it
- Superb quality of guiding on a Zimbabwe safari.
- Friendly service ethic is pervasive.
- High quality of walking safaris in Zimbabwe.
- Small intimate camps in remote locations.
- Focus is on the game-viewing experience not the interior design!
- Easy connections by air to the main safari destinations.
Where to go in Zimbabwe
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When to visit Zimbabwe
Mid November to March
Summer in Zimbabwe
April to May
Autumn in Zimbabwe
June to August
Winter in Zimbabwe
September to mid-November
Spring in Zimbabwe
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Loved Zimbabwe"We really enjoyed the Zimbabwian people, very gentle, smiley people who wish you a good time and want you to love their country. Felt totally safe at all times. The abundance of activities – Walking safari. Canoeing the Zambezi. Fishing on the Zambezi. Sunset cruise. Bird and Butterfly drives. Private breakfast on the banks of the river – Tailor make it all to suit." Mr & Mrs Leake, UK
Experiences in Zimbabwe
- SizeZimbabwe's is three times the size of England.
- NamePreviously known as Southern Rhodesia