Mostly known for the world-famous Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe has an incredible range of features waiting to be explored by you. A hidden gem in southern Africa, enclosed by the mighty Zambezi river in the north and the Limpopo river in the south, the country has proven itself to be a top destination for anyone willing to experience an adventure. The friendly culture of the people will make you feel right at home whilst its lush scenery and abundant wildlife will guarantee to leave you in awe.



One of the 7 world wonders, this glorious area welcomes tourists of all walks by offering numerous activities of all kinds. Travel hassle free as excellent transport links to the rest of the world are available.


Found in eastern Zimbabwe, this hidden gem is often left off tourist routes even though it should feature on a traveller’s bucket list. It has a cooler climate than the rest of the region and features the country’s tallest mountain. Ideal for hiking or just relaxing at some serene lakes.


An exemplary national park, home to huge herds of wildlife and incredible scenery, this easily accessible national park marks a gateway for an introduction into a Zimbabwean safari. It is also one of the world’s last great refuges for elephants.


The world’s largest man-made lake, catering for all your needs. Enjoy watching a spectacular sunset by boat, gazing across vast expanses of water, or explore the myriad of wildlife teeming around the lake. The history of the mythical Nyami Nyami river God residing in here is the stuff of legends – whatever your fancy, this landmark needs to be on your bucket list!

Stroll around the ruins of a city constructed 1100 AD and allow yourself to be transported back in time to one of mankind’s earliest civilisations right in the heart of Zimbabwe, with the town of Masvingo and Lake Mutirikwe close by.

Ideal for an active outdoor enthusiast, as it hosts some of the most incredible scenic features and routes for hiking. Additionally, a selection of animal species not found in other regions can be spotted reliably in Matobo. The park was also awarded World Heritage Status in 2003 and the grave of Cecil John Rhodes is surrounded by boulders on World’s View Malindidzimu Hill in Matopo.


  • Victoria Falls alone offers a myriad of different activities, that one is simply spoilt for choice.
  • From bungee jumping, white water rafting, cruises, helicopter rides, hikes and game drives – there is something for everyone!
  • Chill in a houseboat on Lake Kariba, hike through the Chimanimani mountains,
  • Enjoy a safari In Hwange, Matusadona, Gonarezhou, or Matopo National Park,
  • Go trekking in Nyanga National Park or simply explore the ruins of Great Zimbabwe and Khami, for the cultural and historic aspect.