Discover Victoria Falls and Hwange National Park with our range of camping and lodge safaris in Zimbabwe.
Landlocked Zimbabwe is a classic safari destination and with mighty Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park and an impressive population of elephant, buffalo, zebras and giraffe, it’s no wonder why. The area around Victoria Falls has plenty to offer too, with activities to entertain all ages and interests, from horseback rides and elephant safaris, to bungee jumping and rafting on the Zambezi River.Read More
Our overland camping, lodge accommodated and private safaris in Zimbabwe follow set itineraries and we can also create a tailor made holiday to Zimbabwe to your exact requirements too.
Top Zimbabwe Travel Deals and Upcoming Tours
|Trip Name||Starts||Departing||From USD||Deal||Map|
|Wildlife, Falls and Beaches - 27 days||Nairobi, Kenya||30 Jan 2017||USD $1,888||was $3,775 2-for-1|||
|Kenya to Kruger - 33 days||Nairobi, Kenya||04 Feb 2017||USD $1,393||was $2,785 2-for-1|||
|Cape to Falls - 22 days||Cape Town, South Africa||04 Feb 2017||USD $808||was $1,615 2-for-1|||
|An African Adventure - 37 days||Cape Town, South Africa||04 Feb 2017||USD $1,528||was $3,055 2-for-1|||
|Kenya to Cape - 43 days||Nairobi, Kenya||04 Feb 2017||USD $1,753||was $3,505 2-for-1|||
Zimbabwe Overland Safari Tours
Our overland safaris to Zimbabwe are multi-country itineraries travelling aboard fully kitted trucks with camping & cooking gear, and 3-man crew.
Zimbabwe Lodge accommodated safaris
Combine Vic Falls and Hwange NP with the best of southern Africa in the comfort of mid-range lodges, travelling in small groups of 12-16.
Zimbabwe Safari Holidays
Get your adrenaline fix at Vic Falls with our 3 day package that can depart on any day of the year with your choice of accommodation.
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Known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya, translated as The Smoke That Thunders, mighty Victoria Falls has been named one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and is claimed to be the largest single sheet of failing water in the world. Located between Zambia and Zimbabwe, the Zambezi River widens to 1.7 kilometres and then the full width of the river plunges 108 metres down into the Zambezi Gorge, sending clouds of spray up to 500 metres in the air, helping to sustain the surrounding lush rainforest.
Recommended places to visit in Zimbabwe
Home to one of Africa's top natural attractions and a fabulous game park where you can go wild on safari, Zimbabwe has a few places that should not be missed and here they are.
As Zimbabwe's largest game reserve, Hwange National Park is the country's premier safari destination. The park encompasses 15,000 square kilometres of varied terrain from the arid desert shrub bordering the Kalahari to the vegetation-rich woodlands in the north. With this diversity of geography comes an assortment of wildlife with the Big 5 found here as well as cheetah, hippo and giraffe.
The Smoke That Thunders sure makes a spectacular natural wonder with its unrivalled sheet of gushing water - the largest on the planet. As one of Africa's most popular attractions, Victoria Falls delivers with incredible sights and a plethora of adventure activities from scenic microlight flights, bungee jumping and adrenaline-pumping kayaking on the Zambezi River.
Zimbabwe Travel Guide
We've got planning covered with a handy travel guide on where best to go, when to go, how to get in plus much more.
Places on our must-see list of any visit to visit to Zimbabwe
Information on seasons and weather in Zimbabwe
Money, shopping, transport, food, health advice & more
Zimbabwe visa requirements and info on procurement
Infomation on travelling through Zimbabwe on a overland safari
More about our lodge accommodated safaris in Africa
Where to see Africa's wildlife and the best time to do so
Our guide to the best places to see the Big 5
Supporting the African Lion & Environmental Research Trust
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Facts about Zimbabwe
- Zimbabwe has one of Africa's highest literacy rates with around 90% of the adult population being literate.
- In 2008, because of inflation in Zimbabwe, it was almost 300 times cheaper to use banknotes than toilet paper.
- Zimbabwe's national cuisine includes a number of different exotic animals including crocodiles and snakes.
Zimbabwe Travel Advice:
We closely monitor current travel guidance for Zimbabwe and follow advice as set out by the British Foreign Office. Safety of our travellers is paramount and we recommend that you check the latest travel updates from the relevant advisory body in your country.
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A sunset cruise on the Zambezi
Any number of activities can be found in and around Victoria Falls and there are endless ways to experience the mighty Zambezi River too. Whatever your interest, be it white water rafting, jet boating, canoeing or a sunset cruise, the Zambezi has it all. For a spectacular bird’s eye view opt to take a microlight flight over the falls, or if you are feeling brave there are five different high wire activities, from gorge wings to the famous bungee jump from Victoria Falls Bridge.