Hailed as one of the most spectacular countries in Africa, a Zimbabwe Safari will guide through a dynamic and diverse nation renowned for its breathtaking landscape and spectacular wildlife. Embark on Zimbabwe Tours and immerse yourself in some of the world’s most stunning parks and reserves!
Your Zimbabwe Safari will help you to discover World Heritage listed archaeological sites, witness one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World (Victoria Falls), and cruise along the Zambezi River alongside giant African elephants and hippos.
Hwange, close to Botswana and Zambia, is the nearest large city southeast of Victoria Falls. The Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe’s largest natural reserve at 1.4 million hectares, hosting over 100 mammals and 400 bird species. It is home to elephants, giraffe, impala, lions, and wild dogs. If you’re plan your experience to visit in winter, you will be certain to catch huge herds of plains game, elephant and buffalo in the waterholes.
Lake Kariba has stunning views, incredible sunsets, fishing and boating activities, and even water sports! This is Africa’s largest man-made dam. Spend a few days here for the ultimate relaxing weekend or getaway.
Matobo National Park is considered the spiritual home of Zimbabwe and is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is not only renowned for its magnificent granite landscape and balancing rock features, it also provides protection for endangered black and white rhinos!
Nyanga National Park is the oldest national park in Zimbabwe. It is home to Mount Nyangani, the highest point in Zimbabwe, and Mutarazi Falls, the highest waterfall in Zimbabwe. Definitely, a place you’ll have to add to your itinerary!
Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, is located in the north-east. It has a pleasant subtropical highland climate with an average annual temperature of 18°C.
November - March/April: Warm, wet season
May-August: Cool, dry season
September/October: Hot, dry season
Contact Eclipse Travel today to plan your very own Zimbabwe Safari and Zimbabwe Tour!