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 departing in 2019 and 2020 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
|An African Adventure Southbound - 37 days||Dar es Salaam, Tanzania||04 Oct 2019||AUD $1,698 was $3,395 2-for-1|||
|Zanzibar to Zimbabwe - 16 days||Dar es Salaam, Tanzania||04 Oct 2019||AUD $943 was $1,885 2-for-1|||
|Zimbabwe to Zanzibar - 16 days||Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe||05 Oct 2019||AUD $943 was $1,885 2-for-1|||
|Falls to Namibia - 10 days||Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe||05 Oct 2019||AUD $548 was $1,095 2-for-1|||
|Falls to Joburg - 12 days||Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe||05 Oct 2019||AUD $698 was $1,395 2-for-1|||
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Marvel at the might of Victoria Falls with our range of thrilling activities and excursions.
FROM AUD $271.15
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Enjoy a full day guided tour of the Victoria Falls rain forest and a game drive in Zambezi National...
Zimbabwe tour reviews
Scoring an average traveller rating of 4.69 out of 5 based on 55 recent reviews — See All Zimbabwe Reviews
This tour was amazing, it has exceeded my expectations. The camping places were really nice, we could have a shower almost every day and the sites were big. The food was delicious, our chef, Jared, did an excellent job preparing us amazing dinners. Our guides, Linda and Nick were super friendly, and they were always there to help us when needed, and to make sure that everything was going smoothly. You could tell that they really enjoy their job. I am looking forward doing another tour as soon as I can!”
We loved the tour, unfortunately were unaware of the amount of bus travel but that is to be expected, and have to say sleeping on mats was a little uncomfortable for our old bodies, but we managed and did upgrade once but still had the opportunity to upgrade at other camps. The camps were all good, although we did run out of hot water on occasion. Any discomforts could be expected as we were camping. I did realise on our return that we only had one opportunity to shop for souvenirs apart from the airport shops, a little more time would have been fabulous. The food was great and plentiful, the staff were fabulous and more than helpful with putting and taking off the clips to the tent, very hard to do.
The tour was great, we really had no idea or knowledge of what to expect but was amazing to see these magnificent wild animals roam where they chose, it was fabulous and would have no hesitation in recommending this tour or your company again. ”
Our guide was superb, he was honest, considerate and full of excellent advice on travelling through the areas we were going. In the same way our cook, Peter was fantastic - every meal was exceptionally good and the team was completed by a fantastic driver Peterson, who made sure that we were always comfortable on the bus, despite the pot holes. We visited some fantastic places and the included game drives and activities were excellent - the local guides used were always top quality.
The long days driving through Tanzania were challenging, although we were expecting this but leaving one place in the dark and arriving in the dark at the next, travelling all day on two consecutive days was tedious. ”
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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.
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.
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.
Booking your Zimbabwe tour from Australia
To book your tour to Zimbabwe, please call us on +44-20-7371-1113, email us at email@example.com or book online. Alternatively, we work with a number of travel agents, so you can book through your travel agent if you prefer. Recent travel agents that booked a trip to Zimbabwe with us: