Experience Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe... a place of extraordinary experiences. Let the majestic Victoria Falls take your breath away, ride the wild water rapids of the Zambezi, explore the wilderness of the national parks and marvel at the incredible animals that live there.
Activities in Zimbabwe
From Ziplining across the Zambezi River, to White Water Rafting through The Victoria Falls, there is plenty of excitement to be had for those who love an adrenaline rush. These once in a lifetime experiences are not to be missed!
National Parks in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe is home to 10 National Parks, all of which offer a stunning variety of wildlife and scenery. From the green paradise of Mana Pools to the world famous elephants of Hwange, there are so many beautiful sights to be seen!
Botanical Gardens in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe's main Botanical Garden is The National Herbarium and Botanic Garden in Harare which is a center for research and information on the indigenous plants of Zimbabwe. There are however lots of smaller botanical gardens which you may also encounter.
Recreational Parks
There are many Recreational Parks in Zimbabwe, from the mystical Chinhoyi Caves to a wide range of dams, waterfalls & lakes with spectaular bird-watching and fishing opportunities.
Private Game Reserves in Zimbabwe
Antelope Park is Zimbabwe’s most popular Private Wildlife Park and attracts guests from all over the world with an incredible host of activities to draw you in, including walking with lions and riding on elephants.
Parks & Reserves in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe is abundant in National parks, Safari areas, Botanical gardens & reserves, Recreational parks and Sanctuaries. There is an overwhelming choice of wonderful wildlife to explore.
Here is our selection of some of the more remote safari areas of Zimbabwe. You may wish to independantly drive yourself around the country, or for the full wildlife experience why not book a game drive with an experienced guide.
Museums & Monuments
The Great Zimbabwe ruins is the most famous and important archaeological site yet to be found in sub-Saharan Africa. There are also countless museums to be explored for those with a passion for history & art.