Experience It – Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe has many things to offer but Nyanga is one of this great nation’s lushest highlights. As one of the first national parks declared in the country, visitors are treated to a decadent sample of history.
Situated in Matabeleland North province, Binga has some positively enchanting wilderness to offer local and international tourists.
If you are looking for charm and fun all wrapped up in one then Gonarezhou National Park should be your top choice.
Take a journey approximately 76 miles (123 km) northwest of Harare and discover an adventure beyond your wildest imagination. Tucked away amidst the beautiful forest in the Makonde District, Mashonaland West Province lies Zimbabwe's Chinhoyi Caves. Sculpted over...
Chimanimani National Park offers some of Zimbabwe’s most devastatingly beautiful mountain wilderness. It’s home to the majestic Chimanimani Mountains, Bridal Veil Falls, and even camping caves for the thrill seeker.
As early as 2000 years ago, San Bushman left a rich heritage in the form of rock paintings. Today, there are over 300 registered rock art sites that you will definitely want to see.
In the sparsely populated region of the Shona people, you’ll discover the Great Zimbabwe National Monument, in all its majesty.
On the southern banks of the Zambezi River is a beautiful national park that will leave you speechless. Mana Pools National Park lies in the northern region of Zimbabwe and is one of the countless reasons to visit this African country paradise. There is so much to...
Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe: Unique Safaris & Tiger Fishing ThrillsAround 211 miles (340 km) north-west of Harare is the cherished gem of holiday destination spots: Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe. Situated along the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, this destination is a real...
Mother Nature was showing off when she created the world’s largest sheet of falling water. Stretching down for more than a mile is the great Victoria Falls of Zimbabwe and Zambia.
Compared to other waterfalls of the world boasting amazing heights and widths, like the Angel Falls in Venezuela and the Iguazu Falls in Argentina, the Victoria Falls is considered the largest waterfall…
Hwange National Park is the largest nature reserve in Zimbabwe. The park covers a massive 14 650 sq km of land. Such a vast expanse means that the variety of wildlife and fauna on display is phenomenal. Over 400 species of birds and 100 species of mammals call this park their home, making it one of Zimbabwe’s top game-viewing destinations.