Embark on a captivating journey through Zimbabwe’s rich tapestry of wildlife, majestic landscapes, and vibrant culture and history. The best time to visit Zimbabwe for its wildlife is during the dry season between May and October, when the mild weather is ideal for seeing a myriad of fauna around the many waterholes. Most of the year in Zimbabwe is perfect for Victoria Falls which is a crowd favourite. Whether opting for one of the many viewpoints or taking a helicopter ride over the great cascading curtains of water, experiencing Victoria Falls is a bucket list opportunity.
For the wildlife lovers, Hwange National Park is a must-experience game reserve in Zimbabwe for the ideal African Safari experience. Home to over 100 species, including elephants, lions, and wild dogs, visitors can enjoy game drives or walking safaris to see the wildlife up close and personal.
Victoria Falls, one of the world’s most exhilarating natural wonders, is often called “The Smoke that Thunders” for its majestic sound and sights. Straddling the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, the falls showcase the mighty force of the Zambezi River as it plunges into the chasm below, creating mists and rainbows as far as the eye can see. These falls are a world-renowned attraction where guests can enjoy guided walking tours and sunset cruises. Thrilling activities like white water rafting and bungee jumping await the more adventurous guests.
Hwange National Park
Experience the wonder of Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe’s wildlife haven. This is where the majestic animals of Africa roam beneath endless skies. The sprawling reserve is home to an array of animal species and birdlife. Visitors to Hwange National Park are treated to unforgettable wildlife encounters with its countless wildlife species, not to mention the birdlife inhabiting the grasslands and woodlands. From guided game drives to intimate walking safaris, let our expert guides lead you on an extraordinary adventure into the heart of Zimbabwe’s untamed wilderness.