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Zimbabwe’s spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife, rich history and good infrastructure make for a highly rewarding tailor-made holiday. Making travel by air, land and water all possible. You can access the most remote corners of the country. Our itinerary ideas are based on extensive travel in Zimbabwe and is inspired by routes that our Africa specialists have taken and enjoyed, staying at a selection of camps with the most experienced guides.
Start your journey at Hwange National Park which is Zimbabwe’s biggest reserve and boasts with giraffe, lion, zebra and approximately 40,000 elephants. It’s a diverse area that is shared between desert-adapted and woodland species. Visitors have the choice of game drives, guided walks or horseback safaris, as a means of experiencing the park and its creatures.
Bordering Lake Kariba, it’s no surprise to learn that Matusadona National Park is famously teeming with animal life. A mixture of grassy floodplains and rugged, hill country, Matusadona offers sanctuary for some of Zimbabwe’s biggest elephant and buffalo herds, many of which use as a vital staging post on cross-country migration. Enjoy early morning and afternoon game drives, boat cruises on the lake, tiger fishing and excellent bird watching. If you’re a more adventurous person, stretch your legs and enjoy a walking safari with an expert guide and armed rangers.