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Zimbabwe

Along with its remarkable scenery and the magnificent variety of wildlife, the warmth and friendliness of the Zimbabwean people set a safari in Zimbabwe apart from the rest.

Zimbabwe

Southern Africa

Zimbabwe

Along with its remarkable scenery and the magnificent variety of wildlife, the warmth and friendliness of the Zimbabwean people set a safari in Zimbabwe apart from the rest. Whether you choose to soak up the magical atmosphere at Victoria Falls (which is also one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World) or stare in wonder at the world’s largest artificial lake of Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe is bound to captivate your heart and soul.

In the 80s, Zimbabwe was a prime safari destination and set the stage for other African countries to join the luxury safari niche. Although political and economic woes might have impacted the country’s tourism industry, it has come back blazing since the adoption of the American dollar as the country’s currency.

Zimbabwe’s vast expanses of pristine, remote wilderness have always been a constant drawcard and still offers some of the most incredible game viewing opportunities in Southern Africa. Ready to explore a landscape blessed with some of Africa’s most beautiful reserves? Here’s where to go and what to see!

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Hwange National Park

Southern Africa, Zimbabwe

Hwange is Zimbabwe’s largest national park and covers an area larger than Connecticut. It’s also the oldest and best-preserved game refuge in the country. Located close to Victoria Falls, Hwange sits on the edge of the Kalahari Desert and offers splendid views of African landscapes, including savannahs, acacia-dotted scrublands, and mopane forests.

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Hwange National Park

Hwange is Zimbabwe’s largest national park and covers an area larger than Connecticut. It’s also the oldest and best-preserved game refuge in the country. Located close to Victoria Falls, Hwange sits on the edge of the Kalahari Desert and offers splendid views of African landscapes, including savannahs, acacia-dotted scrublands, and mopane forests. Among the park’s 100 mammal and avian species, you’ll get to see the famous Big Five and Africa’s largest elephant population!

The best place to experience the park’s wildlife is at the vlei areas, marshy wetlands where animals congregate around the park’s life-sustaining waters. For all the park’s biodiversity, you might be surprised by the fact that it never gets crowded, but that also means you’ll have space and quiet to soak up the magic of the bush. Besides game viewing via self-driving or guided game drives, visitors can also do horseback safaris with short- or multi-day excursion options.

Mana Pools National Park

Southern Africa, Zimbabwe

Mana Pools National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers a unique and remote wilderness experience. The name ‘Mana’, which translates to ‘four’ in the Shona language, refers to the park’s four large pools carved out by the mighty Zambezi river.

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Mana Pools National Park

Mana Pools National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers a unique and remote wilderness experience. The name ‘Mana’, which translates to ‘four’ in the Shona language, refers to the park’s four large pools carved out by the mighty Zambezi river.

This paradise offers exceptional hiking, canoeing, and wildlife experiences that are sure to delight at every turn. Expect to spot hippos, crocodiles, elephants, and an array of aquatic birds around the pools while exploring the area. Dotted with acacia trees, the park is also home to some 12,000 elephants and an impressive variety of plant life.

Victoria Falls

Southern Africa, Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls is one of the world’s greatest natural spectacles and forms the foundation for an impressive collection of myths and legends. Long before David Livingstone ‘discovered’ the falls in 1855, the Batonga people named them Mosi-oa-Tunya, which translates to ‘the smoke that thunders’.

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Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is one of the world’s greatest natural spectacles and forms the foundation for an impressive collection of myths and legends. Long before David Livingstone ‘discovered’ the falls in 1855, the Batonga people named them Mosi-oa-Tunya, which translates to ‘the smoke that thunders’.

The epic rumbling and iridescent mist clouds of the falls can be seen up to 50 kilometers away, and they get more awe-inspiring the closer you get to them. The waters and gorge are a playground for adrenaline junkies with activities like abseiling, white-water rafting, bungee jumping, and microlight flights happening here every day. This World Heritage Site captivates its visitors today just as much as it did when it was founded and renamed by Livingstone.

Gonarezhou National Park

Southern Africa, Zimbabwe

Gonarezhou National Park, known as the Place of the Elephants by the locals, offers spectacular scenery and includes like likes of the iconic Chilojo Cliffs, broad meandering rivers, and extensive woodlands.

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Gonarezhou National Park

Gonarezhou National Park, known as the Place of the Elephants by the locals, offers spectacular scenery and includes like likes of the iconic Chilojo Cliffs, broad meandering rivers, and extensive woodlands.

The park is best known for its unique wilderness and is a premier destination for superb wildlife sightings. Home to some11,000 elephants, Gonarezhou speaks a story of regeneration, conservation, and hope for local communities.

While the crocs and hippos wallow in the sweeping Save and Runde sand rivers, the floodplains and forests of mopane, mahogany, and giant baobabs are a safe refuge for more than 150mammal species, including the Big Five.

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