Eastern Highlands

300km north to south of rugged mountains that form a natural border with Mozambique will definitely inspire you. This is a natural holiday destination, which will offer you the much sort after peace of mind, in a quiet and peaceful environment.

Where To Go

Mutare, formally Umtali, is the fourth largest city in Zimbabwe and is also the capital of the Manicaland Province. Mutare was founded as a fort in 1897 when gold was discovered in the Penhalonga Valley. This is the same area where the Mutare River flows and where gold panning began. ...read more
Bvumba Mountains
The Bvumba Mountains, in the Eastern Highlands is overflowing with life all year round. The lush botanical gardens and luxuriant forests are fantastic for walks, espeically for those interested in botany and bird watching. The mountains offer some spectacular views over the highlands and tropical lowlands of Mozambique. ...read more
Chimanimani National Park
Chimanimani National Park is a place of unrivalled rugged mountain grandeur. Its gushing springs, beautiful water falls and cascading rivers make it a theatre of nature's artistry. ...read more
Rusape is a large, sprawling town that has not quite reached city status. The name Rusape was derived from the word 'rusapwe' which means 'never dries out', with reference to the ever flowing waters of the Rusape River close to which the town was built. ...read more
Nyanga National Park
Nyanga National Park is situated in one of the most scenic areas of Zimbabwe's Eastern Highlands. Rolling green hills and perennial rivers transverse the Park. With its stunning mountainous views, numerous waterfalls, varied activities and unique flora and fauna, Nyanga National Park can provide the visitor with an unforgettable holiday experience. ...read more

What To Do

The Vumba Botanical Gardens and Reserve
Enjoy the scenic mountain surroundings and the refreshing atmosphere of the Eastern Highlands as you wlk among the lush gardens of The Vumba Botanical Gardens and Reserve. ...read more
Osborne Dam
Tucked away from the typical geomorphology of the Eastern Highlands of rolling moorlands, high altitude heath, trout- filled sparkling river waters and lush green undulating slopes, lies a resort of different stamina, the Osborne Dam Recreational Park.The dam, the biggest in Manicaland on the western foot of Mount Jenya, in Mutasa communal lands, is a scenic gem and a tourist a ...read more