In the heart of Southern Africa, land-locked Zimbabwe is a vibrant country with dramatic landscapes, impressive safari parks and welcoming people. In recent years its politics have caused great damage and distress and a decline in the number of tourists, but despite this Zimbabwe still has much to offer.
The country is enclosed between two rivers, the Zambezi River to the north and the Limpopo River to the south. In between is an inland plateau filled with kopjes (granite outcrops), beautiful national parks, rugged mountains and lush forests. There is a huge variety of things to see and with relatively few visitors and no mass tourism, Zimbabwe offers exclusive safari experiences and there is plenty of opportunity to find peace and quiet.
Zimbabwe is famous for its guides who are some of the most qualified in Africa has something to offer everyone - you can gaze in awe at the breathtaking Victoria Falls, have close up encounters with elephant, lion and leopard on a game drive in Hwange, enjoy a boat safari in Matusadona, embark on an exhilirating canoe safari in Mana Pools, explore the ancient and myserious ruins of Great Zimbabwe, feel like the only person on earth on a walking safari in spectacular Gonarezhou or explore the granite boulders and rock art in Matopos National Park.