Zimbabwe is a beautiful country with spectacular countryside and beautiful attractions, spectacular parks and world heritage listed archaeological sites just waiting to be explored, including the spectacular Mosi-oa-Tunya, The Victoria Falls. Travelling on a Zimbabwe safari will insure that you see the sights in a safe and informative trip of a lifetime.
Most Zimbabwe Safaris include a visit to Zimbabwe’s largest game reserve; Hwange National Park, which is home to some fantastic game viewing; lions, cheetah, giraffe, hippo, elephants, buffalo, impala, baboon and the list goes on, plus incredible bird life too. Hwange is located not far from Victoria Falls and makes a great excursion on a Zimbabwe safari. An excellent number of accommodations to choose from wether it be a self catering safari camp, a traditional rondavel, a safari lodge to luxury tents. Zimbabwe is home to 10 national parks and game reserves allowing a mix or classic safari, walking and boat safaris, bird watching and canoe safaris. The Painted Dog Conservation project is in force here and you can learn more about these wonderful but endangered breed.
Lake Kariba provides a beautiful backdrop for those stunning Zimbabwean sunsets. This tranquil man made reservoir is also home to numerous wildlife on the islands and banks and is a great fishing spot, including Tigerfish. House boats are a very popular mode of transport and accommodation on Lake Kariba. A Zimbabwe safari should surely take you to Lake Kariba to see the lions, elephants and buffalo on the waters edge plus time for a spot of shopping at the town nearby.
Definitely take a Zimbabwe safari to the dramatic granite rocks of Matobo Hill, in Matobo National Park. Raptors are often spotted soaring in the skies. It is not renown for many game although you will most likely spot some wildlife including White Rhino on route to the well preserved rock art.
Shopping at the Elephant’s Walk Shopping & Artist Village at Victoria Falls has to be a great place to stock up on those treasured mementos from a local artist. On the Zim side of the falls you can walk to one of the most dramatic spots known as Cataract View but to travel around with a guide a Zimbabwe safari will take you to all the best spots that Zimbabwe has to offer.