Zimbabwe sits at the South of the Equator and lies at the North of the tropic of the Capricorn, it offers a plethora of landscapes going from beautiful plateaus to high-veld, and from evergreen forests to savanna.
You are sure to be touched deeply by the warmth and sincere sense of hospitality that is at the heart of the Zimbabwean culture. This unique destination is gifted with numerous national parks, archaeological marvels and World Heritage Sites. Mana pools is one of the latter, and for an outstanding safari experience, with water and land based activities, this park can be combined with Matusadona. Both parks are in the northern part of the country.
Hwange National Park in the West of the country is home to one of the world’s largest herds of elephants and comprises an astonishing wildlife diversity. The park is in near proximity to one of the Natural Wonders of the World: The Victoria Falls.
One deeply meaningful marvel of this land is Matobo Hills that is home to an intensely rich collection of rock arts and archaeological artifacts than can be traced to 300,000 years ago, and that attest to the presence of the San in that area. This site as well as the Great Zimbabwe in Masvingo have both been designated as world heritage sites by the Unesco, that are of a major signification in the history of Africa and Humankind.
In addition to all these precious gems, Zimbabwe offers world class accommodations from B&B to luxury Lodges.
A trip to this part of the world is definitely a deeply moving experience.