Very Best of Zimbabweㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ

Very Best of Zimbabweㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ

Trip highlights

  • Victoria Falls
  • Game viewing and adventure activities
  • Spectacular sunset cruise on the Zambezi River
  • Guided canoe trips
  • Kariba Town Excursion: Kariba town is a bustling hub of Zimbabwean arts, culture and history
  • Catamaran Cruise Lake Kariba
  • Visit a local village and see how the residents in the area live
  • Elephant population in Hwange

Best time to go:  May – October

Tour at a glance

After a guided tour of Victoria Falls, explore the town or participate in other activities. Afternoon sunset cruise on the Zambezi River.

Mana Pools’ Zambezi River safari is amazing. This is a World Heritage Site and one of Zimbabwe’s most gorgeous landscapes. It’s also a top game-viewing site. Year-round canoe cruises on the Zambezi offer a unique way to watch wildlife.

Mana Pools game drives are spectacular. Dense riverine vegetation makes for fantastic buffalo and elephant views. Zimbabwe’s wilderness is magical. Your Zimbabwe guide will help you find animal species and comprehend the area’s complicated ecology. Mana by foot invites adventure and absorption in the region’s ecology. Small park, huge riches. Walking lets you get close to animals. Tracking animals with an armed guide is thrilling. In Zimbabwe, sunset cruises are popular. Sipping and cruising the Zambezi River shortly before dusk will let you capture a memorable African sunset.

Enjoy a guided bush walk in the Zimbabwean wilderness that surrounds the lake. A Kariba walking safari lets you explore the area’s environment and heartbeat. Discover the lakeshore and adjacent bush with a local guide and ranger. Kariba is a centre of Zimbabwean arts, culture, and history. Exploring local people and culture. Visit the Kariba Dam Wall and museum to learn about its engineering accomplishments. The dam has impacted the area, people, and wildlife. Kariba Safari Lodge’s catamarans offer a wonderful sunset cruise on Lake Kariba. Sail into the sunset with only the wind and a backup motor. As the sun sets, enjoy complimentary drinks and munchies. Or swim in the boat’s safety net, away from the lake’s crocodiles.
Hwange National Park wildlife drive. This 14 650 km2 park is Zimbabwe’s largest. Hwange, named for a local chief, is an hour south of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe’s northwest. Hwange has 100 mammalian species and 400 avian species, thus game viewing is good. Hwange has one of the world’s greatest elephant populations.

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