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Dramatic landscapes and diverse wildlife are just some of the attractions that draw visitors to this incredible country, but the northwest of Zimbabwe is where the drama and life of the party are.

The gem of Zimbabwe, the remarkable Victoria Falls, also known to the locals as “Mosi oa Tunya” (the smoke that thunders), fed by the mighty Zambezi River and spread generously between Zambia and Zimbabwe, drops a spectacular, thundering 108m into an adrenaline junkie and wildlife enthusiasts’ fantasy. Arguably one of the biggest tourist attractions in Africa and known as one of the seven natural wonders in the world, the Victoria Falls is a powerful sighting.

Beyond the plunge of the Falls is a plethora of activities, from bungee-jumping off the Victoria Falls bridge, to white-water rafting, sunset cruises along the Zambezi River, ziplining across the amazing Batoka Gorge, and of course, game spotting in the country’s largest game reserve, Hwange National Park Zimbabwe.


A self-drive holiday through Zimbabwe is an invitation to an unforgettable African adventure.

Besides seeing the magnificent Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe dazzles its guests with a range of other fascinating attractions, including mana pools national park on the lower Zambezi River, the largest man-made lake in Africa, Lake Kariba, Great Zimbabwe’s extraordinary ruins and the legendary Motabo Hills, believed to have been formed millions of years ago. Within these hills of granite and wood, boulders, flora and local wildlife, is a part of Zimbabwe’s history, much like must-see World’s View which, as the name suggests, has the most staggering views of Zimbabwe.

Experience the best in luxury accommodation and camps while exploring the Zambezi River.

Take in the views of the extraordinary Victoria Falls, explore Zimbabwe’s largest and second-largest national parks, home to large elephant herds, lions and African wild dogs. The exploration doesn’t stop there. Visit the stunning Mana Pools National Park, where lions wait in prey around water holes, and large populations of elephants, hippos and Nile crocodiles enjoy basking in the sun by the pool.

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Beyond the falls, explore Zimbabwe and Botswana’s abundant wildlife through world-renowned National parks, and natural wonders.

Starting off in Maun Botswana, explore the Okavango Delta, one of Africa’s largest remaining great wildlife habitats. Over the next few days, prepare yourself for non-stop action-packed once in a lifetime moments as you explore Botswana and Zimbabwe’s top game reserves, national parks and salt-pans; home to hippos, lions, rhinos and more. Cool off at the all mighty Victoria Falls, float along Lake Kariba and the wild Chobe Riverfront, ending off your trip on the banks of Thamalakane River in Maun.

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A tour of Zimbabwe’s top attractions, this route takes on a journey of exploration and discovery.

The raging Victoria Falls is the first stop on this route of adventure making memories, followed by a visit to the unspoiled Hwange National Park, home to the big five and keeper of magnificent terrain ranging from desert dunes, savannah lands and mopane woodlands to rocky outcrops and sparse forests. The beautiful Matobo National Park is also on the list of discovery, its history and landmarks make this National Park bucket list-worthy. Paired with the Mana pools National Park, the Zambezi River and Lake Kariba, this is an adventure both inland and off land.

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