Journey to a land of intrigue and natural beauty

Zimbabwe remains one of the most intriguing destinations in the world. The country offers a large variety of scenery, one of the African continent’s finest, and largest concentrations of wildlife and a perfect climate with an average of 7 hours of sunshine daily throughout the year.

Also home to the one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, the magnificent Victoria Falls, this avalanche of water beckons invitingly in the heat of the African sun. Enjoy the finest views atop the infamous Knife-edge Bridge or walk through the Rain Forest that grows within the billowing spray. Wonderful activities surround this spectacle, from bungee jumping and micro-lighting to white water rafting, canoeing and river cruises. Remarkably well preserved, the falls and its surrounding areas have been declared national parks and a World Heritage Site. As the country with the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Southern Africa, Zimbabwe’s hundreds of San rock paintings and ancient ruins from the Iron Age satisfy the most avid history connoisseurs.

Blessed with fertile soil, mineral wealth and breath-taking scenery, Zimbabwe has two major rivers which form its Northern and Southern borders. The Great Zambesi River cuts across the North and the Limpopo River forms the Southern border.



  • The Victoria Falls, Natural World Wonder
  • Zambezi Gorge
  • Zambezi National Park
  • Hwange National Park
  • Chimanimani National Park
  • Matopos National Park with Matobo Hills
  • World heritage site – Ruins of Great Zimbabwe
  • Hwange National Park
  • Lake Kariba, the worlds largest man-made lake
  • Canoeing and walking safaris in Mana Pools
  • Chewore Safari Areas
  • Matobo Hills
  • Khami Ruins