Less explored than its neighbors in southern Africa, Zimbabwe has a lot to offer for those looking for an experience away from the crowds, with renowned safari reserves, pristine nature and welcoming people. Among its main attractions are the Victoria Falls and its adrenaline sports; Hwange National Park and its large population of wild dogs; Mana Pools and its various safaris experiences along the Zambezi River.
Considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Victoria Falls is located on the Zambezi River, bordering Zimbabwe and Zambia. During the high season, there are more than five hundred million cubic meters of water flowing over its banks. Whichever way you decide to explore the destination, you and your family will have a journey full of adventure and magic.Explore Victoria Falls
Located in the northern part of Zimbabwe, Mana Pools is yet another place in the country recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a national park notorious for its series of islands, canals, sandbanks and oxbow lakes, which attract wild visitors from a wide variety, including elephants, leopards, cheetahs and buffalo, which come close to aquatic animals like hippos and Nile crocodiles.Explore Mana Pools
Home to the “Big 5”, 500 species of birds and more than 100 species of mammals, Hwange National Park, in northwest Zimbabwe, is a special destination for any safari lover. It is a pleasant addition to an itinerary including Victoria Falls. Here, you can explore savannas and bushes in 4×4 vehicles, as well as walking and horse ride safaris.Explore Hwange National Park