Historically overlooked in favour of more prosperous African destinations, Zimbabwe is coming into a new political era and is welcoming more travellers than ever before. The country is geographically blessed, with stunning natural sights like the Mosi-oa-Tunya – literally, The Smoke That Thunders (Victoria Falls) – and the Chilojo red sandstone cliffs. It’s also home to some of Africa’s best national parks, where lions, rhinos and cheetahs reside in abundance. Take a safari drive through Hwange National Park and watch its rich animal population mingle in the grassy plains
Another factor drawing visitors to the southern nation is its hospitality, which is as warm as its sunny climate. Vibrant and enthusiastic, the Zimbabwean people are proud of their rich heritage and traditions, showcased through art, music and handicrafts. Zimbabwe is a fantastic addition to any African adventure. Click here to learn more about when is the best time to visit Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe may have gone through tough times but the locals remain as friendly as ever – and they’re more than happy to share their insider tips with overseas visitors Zimbabwe’s 16 million or so people have always warmly welcomed tourists to their beautiful country. Here, three Zimbabweans share their top tips about w...Read more
From the World Heritage Listed sites to the Whawha beer, Zimbabwe offers rich rewards to adventurous travellers If a visit to Zimbabwe's iconic Victoria Falls is on your must-do list, why not take time to explore more of this fascinating country while you're there? Take in another four UNESCO World Heritage-listed site...Read more
From luxurious houseboats and newly upgraded safari lodges and hotels to incredible wildlife encounters and adventure activities, Zimbabwe continues to delight visitors from far and wide Zimbabwe has long been a favourite African destination with safari lovers, nature buffs and adventure junkies alike. And in recent ye...Read more