A country of superlatives, with the largest waterfall and largest man-made lake in the world, National Parks teeming with wildlife, making Zimbabwe one of the continent’s best places to go on safari

Kariba, Mana Pools & Surrounds

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A massive manmade lake that provides a magical combination of water and wildlife. Situated in the north of the country and sharing a border with Zambia. A particularly atmospheric and beautiful lake, Lake Kariba will no doubt enchant you with spectacular sunsets and dramatic vistas.

Situated in the northern region of Zimbabwe, on the southern banks of the Zambezi River, Mana Pools National Park will leave you breathless with its beauty. A paradise for walking and canoeing safaris, Mana Pools is a wildlife-rich, biodiverse wonderland that will delight at every turn.

Victoria Falls, Hwange & Surrounds

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A trip to Zimbabwe would not be complete without a stop at the “Land of Giants”. Hwange National Park is the largest in Zimbabwe, covering an impressive 14,650 sq km, with the main entrance located a two-hour drive or 30-minute flight south of Victoria Falls. Somalisa Camp will deliver a bucket list elephant experience – as they wander to the camp pools for a daily drink. The dry season (from July to October) is the best time to visit Hwange, as large concentrations of wildlife– particularly the wonderful elephant herds – descend upon the area.