We Specialise in Designing Tailormade Safaris to Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe – The vibrant heart of Africa. A flood of primal energy. Spectacle that surpasses the imagination. Principality of the heroic. Preserve of the unexpected. A living memory to lost civilizations. A journey into wonder. A confrontation with nature at its rawest and most profound. Privy to the private enclaves of the colonial era. Enshrouded in majesty. Glorified by unabashed scenic extravagance. Epitomised by the thundering spectacle of Mosi-oa-Tunya, the thrusting elbow of the mighty Zambezi. Playground and frontier for the adventurer, the sportsman, and nature’s own admiration societies. Where sorties are made through the gauntlet of unique attractions that spell out the phonetics of Africa. An experience that can be savoured, remembered, but never forgotten.
Zimbabwe’s largest national park, the elephant stronghold of Hwange is a game-rich area roughly the size of the Bahamas that was once the royal hunting grounds of the Ndebele warrior king Mzilikazi.
Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is a spectacularly diverse and beautiful piece of Africa that stretches as far as the eye can see. This vast reserve boasts geological diversity, habitat variability and a wide variety of plant and animal species. The area is known for its magical sandstone outcrops, mopane forests and majestic Baobab trees. Malilangwe is also an area where you will find over 100 rock art sites that date back more than 2 000 years.
Mana Pools National Park lies at the heart of the Zambezi Valley, where the Zambezi River meanders for 300 km to the Mozambican border. It is a remote place with spectacular views of the river, floodplains, the tree canopy and the mountains of the Rift Valley escarpment over the border in Zambia.
One of the greatest attractions in Africa and one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, Victoria Falls is located on the Zambezi River, the fourth largest river in Africa, which is also defining the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Weather and Best Time to go on a Zimbabwe Safari
The climate is warm without being oppressive, with a daily sunshine average of seven hours all year round. Generally, days are bright and sunny and nights clear and cold. Within the country, temperatures and rainfall are directly influenced by altitude. The highveld and eastern highlands are cooler and the lowveld and the Zambezi Valley hotter, with summer temperatures often soaring over 35°C, well above the highveld average of 28°C. November to April are rainy summer months, with the dry winter running from May to July, when daytime winter temperatures range from 13°C to 20°C but can fall to -5°C at night. The August to October period is particular hot and dry.
Safari Lodges and Camps in Zimbabwe
Hwange National Park | Mana Pools National Park | Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve | Matusadona National Park | Motobo Hills | Lake Kariba