Travel insurance for Zimbabwe

You should get comprehensive travel insurance that includes coverage for any activities that you plan to do, such as white-water rafting or hiking. Make sure that your medical insurance covers you for emergency medical evacuation.

If you rent a car, it’s advisable to get comprehensive car insurance to cover yourself for any damage to the vehicle.


Our Recommended Itinerary

10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari

day 1 to 2 to 3

Khwai Community Area | Botswana
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari

day 4 to 5 to 6

Okavango Delta | Botswana
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari

day 7 to 8 to 9

Hwange National Park | Zimbabwe
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari
  • 10-day wild Botswana and Zimbabwe safari

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