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Zimbabwe in southern Africa is known for its dramatic landscapes and diverse wildlife, and after a period of political and economic instability, it’s great to know that the country’s tourist destinations are now welcoming visitors back in numbers not seen in many years.

A journey here will take you through a variety of landscapes and along...

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Zambezi Expeditions

Mana Pools National Park
12-bed luxury mobile camp

Zambezi Expeditions Safari Camp, also part of the African Bush Camps collection, is situated at the Namyepi/Nkupi camping site, and without a doubt is one of the best ways to...


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Bumi Hills Safari Lodge

Lake Kariba
10 Rooms

Uninterrupted, breath-taking views across the calm waters of Lake Kariba - this, and more, are what you can expect from a stay at the luxurious Bumi Hills Safari...


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Singita Pamushana Lodge

Zimbabwe
6 Suites & 1 Villa

Singita Pamushana Lodge is located in the extraordinary wilderness area next to the Gonarezhou National Park in southeastern Zimbabwe. Virtually untouched by humankind the area...


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The Elephant Camp

Victoria Falls
12 Suites

The Elephant Camp is a luxury safari camp tucked away in the teak woodland of the Victoria Falls National Park, giving guests an uninterrupted view of the breath-taking spray...


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Somalisa Camp

Hwange
7 luxury Sail tents

Somalisa Camp is an award-winning tented camp in the heart of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Its special location on an acacia island along the edge of an ancient seasonal...


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Somalisa Acacia

Hwange
2 Family units and 2 standard Sail Tents

Somalisa Acacia is a top-quality, homely family safari camp found in Zimbabwe’s largest national park, Hwange National Park. It’s located along the Kennedy vlei line within a...


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Somalisa Expeditions

Hwange
6 Safari-style tents

Situated in the heart of Zimbabwe’s largest national park, Hwange National Park, often referred to as the “Land of the Giants” because of its big herds of elephant, Somalisa...


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Kanga Camp

Mana Pools National Park
6 Tents

Thought of as the “Inland Gem of Mana Pools National Park”, Kanga Camp is set in the most remote part of the World Heritage Site: the Kanga Pan. Being the only known source of...


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Zimbabwe travel guide

Zimbabwe in southern Africa is known for its dramatic landscapes and diverse wildlife, and after a period of political and economic instability, it’s great to know that the country’s tourist destinations are now welcoming visitors back in numbers not seen in many years.

A journey here will take you through a variety of landscapes and along the way you’ll meet incredible local people, famous for their politeness and resilience, who will welcome you with warm smiles.

Most well-known of the tourist attractions is Musi-o-Tunya (the smoke that thunders), otherwise known as Victoria Falls and one of the natural wonders of the world. But there are plenty of other offerings in this exquisite country, including one of the African continent’s largest concentrations of wildlife at nature reserves such as Hwange National Park and Mana Pools, a sunny and warm climate and a large number of medieval era city ruins built in a unique dry stone style including the famous Great Zimbabwe ruins in Masvingo .

On the Zambezi River, Victoria Falls, one of Africa’s most spectacular sights, makes a thundering 108m drop into narrow Batoka Gorge. With 545,000,000 litres of water plunging over the Falls every minute these are some of the largest waterfalls in the world. Boat cruises on the Zambezi River, or flights over the Falls, white-water rafting and bungee-jumping are just some of the other recreational activities available in the area for the more adventure hungry travellers.

Downstream from the Falls are Matusadona and Mana Pools national parks, home to the Big 5, over 100 animal species and more that 400 types of birds.

The ideal time for game viewing in Zimbabwe is from July to October.