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The Victoria Falls
UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, Victoria Falls is one of Africa's greatest features. You'll realise its sheer enormity before you even set your eyes on it, you'll hear its roar and see its high plume of white mist rising into the African sky. Little wonder the locals call it 'Mosi-oa-Tunya' (The Smoke that Thunders). more
Matobo National Park
This breathtaking and timeless landscape of exposed granite outcrops - sculpted and shaped by the elements of nature to create an area of outstanding natural beauty - has enchanted Ndebele kings and European visitors alike. more
Hwange National Park
Want to experience true 'big game country' where elephants roam free and lions rule - but without the crowds? Hwange National Park, one of Africa's prime safari locations, is a lesser known gem that offers all of this and more. more
Lake Kariba
Lake Kariba is a special place of incredible beauty that is a nature lover's dream. The scenery at this African holiday spot also makes it a photographer's paradise. A visit to Lake Kariba is highly recommended. It is a most relaxing form of holiday. more
Zambezi National Park
This National Park is a one stop destination affording the visitor several aspects of tourism ranging from prime game viewing, cultural tourism and of course the Victoria Falls. more
Mana Pools National Park
Mana Pools is the ideal place to get close to nature. It is a truly remote park, far from any major town or human settlement. The national park is home to magnificent and enormous elephants that return year after year to the same places and are well known to the locals in the area. During the winter months, Mana Pools has the highest concentration of game in the entire continent of Africa. Both walking and canoe safaris are available. more